Faux Lampwork Polymer Clay Tutorial

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


Use polymer clay to create lightweight and durable pendants and beads that resemble glass lampwork. This 70 page downloadable tutorial contains 143 photographs to guide and inspire you as you make faux lampwork creations from polymer clay. This tutorial is complete enough for beginners and fun enough for experts in polymer clay. There's even a bonus project showing how to use cane slices to make glass-effect headpins and charms.

This isn't just a list of steps. I give you tons of extras that will answer your questions before you even know to ask them! The clear photographs show every detail, clarifying possible confusion points and showing exactly what to do each step of the way.

There's an extensive resources section with links to suppliers around the world for the materials and tools I use in this tutorial. Don't worry, though, no special materials or equipment are required. You'll likely have everything on hand to get started, and my suggested materials for optimal results are easily purchased from suppliers I've sourced for you.


After purchase, you’ll get an email with a link to download your tutorial(s). They will be professionally formatted pdf documents that are easily viewed on your computer, laptop, phone, or other device. My tutorials are very comprehensive, well organized, clearly laid out, and remarkably easy to follow. They include a table of contents, lots of tips and tricks, and include a resources section for where you can find supplies. Your purchase includes full customer support by email by which I’m available to help you enjoy your tutorial to the fullest.

Please note, this is a non-refundable item.

Text and images in this tutorial are Copyright © 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!

4 reviews for Faux Lampwork Polymer Clay Tutorial

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I admit, some tutorials I have bought have not been worth it. They may be nothing more than techniques that are available for free or they are so complex that it’s not something I would ever tackle or there is a hidden obscure product that was not mentioned in the description. With Ginger Davis Allman’s Faux Lampwork Polymer Clay Tutorial you don’t have to worry about that. This tutorial s very much a time saver if you are interested in faux lampworking. Heeding the steps found within, I was able to achieve satisfying results quickly. I also found suggestions I might not have thought about otherwise. In this tutorial Ginger Davis Allman’s incorporates her usual style which includes science and logic behind the techniques. Now, that ,is something more than you get with many other paid tutorials and well worth it. I have few qualms purchasing a tutorial by Ginger Davis Allman if it is something that interests me. As with most tutorial writers she is responsive to questions or comments.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gloria Borrero

    My husband and I love to play with PC, we have actually made over $3,000 PC in jewelry sales. There are always new techniques that encourage us to desire to continue, we get lots of inspiration from The Blue Bottle Tree blogs and books. I have a thing for Lampwork beads, but a pocket that can’t afford them. This book is the newest of my collection, when I saw it I knew I had to add it to my collection. It is great! Thank you.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Another fine tutorial. Excellent images, and really well-written, as always. Lots of tips and optional methods, so everyone can get good results.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Melody Hill

    I have loved every tutorial I have ever gotten from Ginger. Her information and explanations are always thorough and easy to understand. I have made lampworked beads, and the result I got from this tutorial makes the actual glass ones I made look sad. As always, Ginger’s customer service is awesome and she is quick to answer any questions you may have. Definitely a must-have for your tutorial library!

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