Yes, you can create convincing glass effects with polymer clay, and this tutorial shows you how to create five different types of faux glass. You’ll learn how to make realistic faux versions of sea glass, Roman glass, Czech glass beads, carnival glass, and there’s a hollow domed project as well. Polymer is far lighter than glass, so it’s much better for making jewelry, and you can make it in the colors and quantities you need for your project. You always have the right beads on hand when you can make your own, right?
This tutorial will make you comfortable creating with translucent polymer clay. You’ll learn how to get the right color, how to bake it properly, and how to make it as clear as possible. Don’t miss this engaging, fun, and information-packed tutorial!
The Faux Glass Effects Tutorial is 73 pages long and contains 121 full color, high quality, clear photographs. This is an intermediate level tutorial, but it’s only the faux Roman glass that warrants it. All skill levels will find enjoyment here. If you’re new to polymer clay, I recommend adding Polymer Clay Essentials to your order.
Supplies Note: You’ll get the best results with Pardo Translucent Art Clay for the Roman glass, sea glass, and Czech glass (though Premo will work it’ll just be more opaque). (Note: Pardo translucent suppliers around the world are listed in the tutorial.)
What to Expect
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Please note, this is a non-refundable item.
Text and images in this tutorial are Copyright © 2013-2017 by Ginger Davis Allman, of The Blue Bottle Tree, all rights reserved. That means you can’t share this tutorial, teach or give it to friends, post the file or contents online, or sell it, etc. However, your creations are always yours to sell, share, and enjoy as you desire. I always appreciate credit and a shout-out whenever possible. Thank you!