Learn how to use your donut shaped beads & findings in endless creative ways, discover new stringing techniques and colour them in fun polymer designs!
The PolyPediaOnline Disc-Chic class is your new guide for making disc-shaped beads & donut beads using elegant findings.
The DiscChic jewellery were originally created with reused computer components.
I discovered them accidentally. An associate showed me aluminium parts disassembled, he planned to discard them for recycling and I instantly told him i’ll ensure they’ll be reused in the most outstanding method!!
In my polymer clay studio! :)
These findings are simple metal parts taken apart from 3.5 floppy discs. A free video follow below.
These colorful Disc-Chic flat beads can be created with all clay brands, liquid clay, colors, textures, powders, paints, skinner blends and techniques you can think of, Their beauty is in their uniqueness, using the metal findings with polymer clay makes your beads look very elegant and stylish.
What will you learn in this “DiscChic Jewelry tutorial?
► In the 1st part of the tutorial we will discuss the technique of applying polymer clay to Disc findings, how to insert the clay inside the “bezel”, how to cover both sides of the metal (to avoid the touch of metal touch & skin for those who have sensitive skin), how to pierce holes in polymer clay, and the difference options to decorate these findings.
► In the 2nd part of the tutorial I will walk you through a few ways of stringing donut beads using 2 types of threads (cotton/wax threads).
You will learn quick and easy ways to string disc-chic beads in particular and donut beads in general, We will cover my popular “Back-looping knot” and also “the X” stringing. We will also cover basic way to string donut beads.
► In the 3rd part of the tutorial we will move to the next level of making flat beads with clay backing, I will be using my Disc-Chic findings and demonstrate a beautiful layered carving technique that can upgrade your beads. Later, we will address the stringing of these unique beads and how to maximize their flat position while wearing them minimizing their flipping.
► The last pages of the PDF file are dedicated to additional 11 designs using the discs: brooches, magnets, bracelets, pins including a short explanation on how they were created/assembled.
Included – A 48 pages PDF file & access to detailed videos demonstrating all steps necessary to successfully create the project.
=> Disc-Chic Necklace stringing – 1 hole
=> Disc-Chic Necklace Stringing – Back-loop knot
=> Full length video from-start-to-finish with all the steps for making a 2 hole disc necklace, front and back, including stripes spacers and how to string the beads on a cotton-wax thread and finish the necklace with a clasp.
FREE VIDEO – How to Polymer Clay DiscChic Jewelry – Behind the Scenes – What are these metal findings? ;)
When purchasing PolyPediaOnline Express tutorial you will get unlimited access to the tutorial video/s. There is no limitation on the number of times you can watch the videos, but you can not download it to your hard drive. These videos are password protected and passwords will be sent to you by email along with the PDF files after completing your purchase.
Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with polymer clay conditioning is helpful.
Tutorial Level – Beginner and above.
*** Please note, brooches, earrings and bracelets photos shown here are NOT COVERED in the class. They are to inspire you with your designs and projects.
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.
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If you wish to add a CD to your purchase add the “CD” product shown at the bottom of this page.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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