DIYs & Tutorials with stacks
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1. Preparation of materials, tools, and working place:
Everybody chooses tools his/herself, someone needs separate tools for everything while somebody else uses only one needle. I use Fimo Professoinal polymer clay, you need the main color and a couple of additional ones, related to the main. Also, ...
That winter! Snow! It's time to make a snowman! But if you don't want to freeze today or the snow is not good for sculpting, let's sculpt it of polymer clay :)
This is a detailed tutorial on creating a Christmas tree decoration of baking polymer clay in the form of a cute snowman. It ...
In this video tutorial I will show you how you can simply and quickly, in just 15 minutes, decorate a setting of a ring with polymer clay and beads. The decor imitates the furniture upholstery, the so-called "capitonnage". You can decorate other items: mirrors, writing instruments, ...
I want to offer you to make/sculpt a mandrake. This creature is quite popular so why not to have one of them at home?
So, here you go:
1. First we need foil. Make a little carcass with feet (the dimensions and the shape can be of any kind). We will wrap this carcass with baking plastic.
2. I have a ...
This hare may serve as a great souvenir and a developing project for kids, an interior decoration.
See the materials and tools you need below:
1. Start. First, take a small piece of clay and place it on any sturdy fabric
2. Roll it up to 5 mm thickness:
3. Give it a texture:
4. Make a circle:
I recommend you to start with a sketch, this helps to escape from many mistakes.
So, for work I needed:
clay — I used white clay with good plasticity,
stacks and a knife,
I use various candy stamps, but one can chop by hand,
slip — liquid clay adhesive,
dexterity and ingenuity!
1. First, sculpt ...
So, what do you need?
a separating mixture
cardboard for formwork
First of all, find out how many pieces of a plaster mould you need. The best option is just two — mark it out right on the plasticine model:
I needed a four-pieces mould because the neck ...
If you love working with leather as I do, you'll like the DIY, too.
cream plastic jar
dense foam or a thick foamed polyethylene
1-2. Insert foam in the jar and make cuts at the lines each 2 cm.
3. Cut out a velvet rectangle 2 times larger then ...
Many people have asked me how I make animalistic rings. And finally I decided just to share the process.
So, you need: 1. Polymer clay. 2. Stacks and something sharp. 3. A small paper strip, twisted into a cylinder at the size of a finger.
Let's get started!
First, roll out a strip of plastic, ...
I love monstera for its decorative shape. The DIY is simple and is good for amatuer potters and beginners.
Before you start, stock up with clay and find or rent a stove. Read or clarify the burn-in temperature, the temperature of clay and glazes firing should match or be very similar.
Part 1. ...
Today we will makea textured rolling pin for polymer clay. For this we need:
- polymer clay
- pasta machine or a rolling pin
- accessories (decorative items, bead caps, and so on)
- stick with a ball
- your imagination)
Textured pins is another way to recycle remains of clay!
1. Shape a ...