Not only do you get step by step videos with Heather demonstrating - and sharing her amazing techniques, but also lots of links, lots and lots of information which truly astounded me. I just thought that it would be a lesson on each of her techniques - but it is so much more than that - and links to sites, lots of her original ideas - and things I would never in a million years would have ever been able to create or imagine you could create with polymer clay - such a cheap product to work with.
This is one of my favourite silk scarves which I used for the inspiration for my cane bead lesson.
I just needed to roll this a bit more to make sure that it is perfectly round,
Here they are baking in my little halogen fan oven
Here are some of the baked green beads made using the green and red cane
Here is the red and cream cane
Here is a bead made from it
And the others I made from it too
I used up the 'rubbish' leftovers to make......
These. I am sure that I will never use my first experimental
beads - they look nothing like Heather's
BUT I did have the most amazing, relaxing time playing with polymer clay and experimenting.
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