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Looking for a fun new tutorial to try this weekend. Make this reversalable Pendant

Looking for a simple but complex looking project to try this weekend. Check out this reversible pendant tutorial I found by Svetlana Belova. It is written in Russian but the photos are easy to follow.

I love scrolling through Pinterest to see what fun ideas I like. Here is one I found and like it’s quite simple in the design.

I can imagine this being done in colors from a subtle monochromatic, complementary, or even a wonderfully bold triad color scheme.

All you need are a few basic polymer clay tools.

And your choice of polymer clay colors.

Get the full tutorial here

And as always you can find a wonderful array of tools, clays, and supplies at Linda’s Art Spot.

Happy Claying,

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Mika shift pendant demo week using Kor Tool rollers and metal stencils on polymer clay

Mika shift pendant by Lindas Art spot

Mika shift pendant by Linda’s Art spot

 

Want to learn how to make this simple but elegant                                mica shift pendent?

Join the Artist and Crafters of South IE                                                                              Sunday, November 15 at 3 o’clock                                                                             Panera bread in Menifee California.

Not able to attend that ok I’ll be posting the tutorial soon!

Mika Shift pendant using a brass stencil by Lindas Art Spot

Mika Shift pendant using a brass stencil by Lindas Art Spot

I’ll be showing how to make simple pendants using premo pearl polymer clay. This one was made using Premo’s Bright Gold polymer clay, and the Dahlia metal stencil. I love using metal stencils and my new favorite  Kor tool rollers there so much fun there rolling out the doors, I’m out of some designs and a bit low on stock but don’t worry I’ve got more on the way. So stay tuned and be on the lookout I promise the tutorial will be coming soon!

Thanks for stopping in and remember your source for hard to find polymer clay and other art supplies Linda’s Art Spot!