Free color palette with polymer clay color recipes
Polymer Clay Color Recipes for Premo, FIMO Professional, and Kato brands of polymer clay and tutorials.
Other Products To Check OutSimple Slicer
I love tools that serve more than one purpose. Lee Ann Armstrong's Simple Slicer not only allows you to achieve thin slices of polymer clay canes, it can also hold your 3 x 5" color recipe cards.
Marcy's Signature Clay
If you work with Kato polymer clay, Marcy of Marcy's Signature Clay has some beautiful flower canes. And those of you who use my color recipes will recognize some of the color names....
I got all my painting and remodeling done in time for graduation. We had a little rain and ended up having the party inside, but all went well. I was reading some of my daughter’s cards today and thought I’d share the message on one of them. It’s something to … Continue reading
Ok, I have not fallen off of the face of the earth even though it may seem like it. My daughter’s graduation is less than three weeks away and there are way too many things I want to get done. It’s kinda funny how the list grows. It started with … Continue reading
Here’s a couple of pics of an experiment in progress. The first pic shows the Kato medium clear right after baking. The second pic is the same piece after using a heat gun on it. It takes quite a bit more heat to get the Kato clear vs. the FIMO … Continue reading
Spring is my favorite season! I’m not even sure what kind of trees they are, but they have gorgeous pink blooms on them. When the blooms are almost spent and the wind blows, it looks like it’s snowing flower petals. Mother Nature really does put on quite a show. On … Continue reading
Hubby and I have been painting all week. This is a corner of the dining room. Only one wall is green (Swallow’s Nest). The other walls are Neutral Ground. The trim is Ottertail and the door is Suave Mauve. Don’t they have fun names for paint? I know you are … Continue reading
I have a confession to make. Not everything I make turns out how I planned. Ok not a big deal, happens to everyone right? Here’s a pic of some recent experiments. I do have to say, that I always learn something from my experiments. For example, I learned that it’s … Continue reading
Still working on custom orders, so I haven’t had much time to play. I did manage to get these fun tiles made. Have a great day!
I’m still playing catch up after my computer problems and other craziness last week. I thought it would be fun to share more beads, their inspiration and what the jewelry designer did with them. Inspiration: Beads: Final Design: by Laura Harkcom Another Final Design: by Christina Welch
I’m on my laptop this week because I’ve been having computer problems for several days. Still can’t figure out what the problem is, so I’m trying to back up all my important files and pics before doing anything drastic. My frustration increased when I found that I had missed seeing … Continue reading
(Adapted from Dona Kato’s layered “dichroic” effects tutorial.) Supplies Needed: ~sterling silver bezel cups with loops* ~FIMO decorating gel ~foils (I used Jones Tones foils) ~liquid silver leaf (for the dragonfly gems) ~tiny polymer clay flowers (for floating garden) I used ones similar to those shown in my hibiscus cane … Continue reading
“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” Michelangelo Have you ever been so inspired by something that you couldn’t wait to get started on a design? And once you started, everything just flowed perfectly, like it was somehow meant to be? The inspiration: … Continue reading
The kids are home for spring break this week. We didn’t get to go anywhere this year, so I’ve been dreaming of lying on a beach somewhere under the palm trees.
My friend, Tina T. has been doing some fun things with Fimo decorating gel as well. I just love her mermaid focal.