I'm not going to show you today how I make everything (that would take way too long!), but as I recently went to the effort to photograph some of my work-in-progress for a show application, I wanted to share it with you!
Some of this you may have seen me demonstrate at one of my craft shows...but for those who haven't, here's a quick overview of how I make my Dozen Roses necklace:
One of the more fun & recent designs is my Ranunculus brooch. I'm so happy with this one, and the bonus is that I get handy-dandy canes in the cut offs that I can use to create whimsical miniature flowers for my Li'l Art designs!
Now, this technique is no secret, you can find how to videos on Youtube of how to make the colours blend from one to another, but I'm really pleased with the demonstrative nature of these work-in-progress photos.
Hope you enjoyed this little peek inside my work process!
- Karen Pasieka
Learn how you can do this & more in one of my
polymer clay workshops!
The next scheduled workshop is:
Saturday, August 16th
10:00am - 4:00pm
5 hours of class instruction with a 1hr lunch break (bring your own or lunch at one of the lovely nearby restaurants)
Organized through the Town of Richmond Hill
You do not need to be a resident of Richmond Hill to register.
Register here: https://ereg.richmondhill.ca/InternetRegistration/Start/Start.asp
Enter course code: 458466