Polymer Clay Beads & Necklace Tutorial – Mosquito Technique (eBook)

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Polymer Clay Beads & Necklace Tutorial – Mosquito Technique

Ever wondered If it’s possible to produce thin polymer clay beads which are firm, sturdy, flexible and light weight?
The “Mosquito Technique” was published on PolymerCAFE journal, in publications and websites and was an immediate HIT!
This technique will help you create impressive & unique beads working with a simple, easy to use and reasonably priced mosquito mesh.

This is your chance to achieve durable beads, in many forms – flat or rounded, flexible and light-weight.

In the Mosquito necklace project we will create various beads in few easy steps.
Feel free to use your favourite clay brand, colours or shapes!
You can use skinner blends, texture, patterns, silkscreens or any other technique of your choice.
This technique is suitable for beads, necklaces, bracelets, brooches, earrings and even sculpted pieces – every item can be reinforced with mesh!

Included – A 13 pages PDF file demonstrating all steps necessary to successfully create the project.

Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with polymer clay is helpful.

Tutorial Level – Beginner and above.

All projects includes my special benefit of 100% online support.
You can contact me with any question you have and I will assist you in any way I can.

** This tutorial is a part of a 6 projects series “Mosquito Pack” offered in a separate listing.
For the FULL series of all Mosquito projects press here.

If you wish to purchase this tutorial, please scroll up, press on “Add to Cart” Button and proceed to checkout.

Please note – all rights reserved to Iris Mishly. It is prohibited to make commercial use of the tutorial and/or it’s content. This Tutorial is for your personal use only – Please do not distribute or share it in any way.

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