Making Watercolor Agate with Polymer Clay

Simply magical faux stone that makes great earrings

Simply Beautiful Faux Stone Matrix

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Have you ever looked at a stone that seemed to have worlds inside of it, with swirls and ribbons of magical translucent color? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to make this material in any color with the materials you already have in your art supplies?

Gilladian
Gilladian
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This is great! Lots of detailed info, excellent photos and good step out instructions. It is an easy process, with tons of room for variation, customization, and experimentation. Well worth the investment, even for the newest clayer!
Dimitra Kalinderis
Dimitra Kalinderis
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Brilliant tutorial!! So well-organized, very professional and fully detailed, it covers everything you need to know and gives answers to every question you may have. This is the 4th tutorial I’ve purchased and definitely not the last one. Ginger, you are the best!
Madonna
Madonna
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If I could give this 10 stars, I would! I have been having so much fun over the last 3 weeks since I bought this tutorial. The tutorial was very informative and easy to read and navigate. I absolutely recommend this tutorial for anyone looking to upgrade their clay play! So many possibilities!
inspiredeesigns
inspiredeesigns
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I cannot recommend this tutorial enough! Let me start by saying that all of Ginger’s tuts are amazing. I have many of them and use her techniques often. However, this watercolor agate tutorial far exceeded my expectations. Ginger explains every step of the process in amazing detail and then gives examples for any variable that might happen! The pictures are beautiful and she notes which supplies were used in each scenario. Don’t want to use alcohol ink? Don’t have pastels? No problem! Ginger shows us so many ideas and results for coloring our pieces. There are so many possibilites and I just can’t wait to try them….right now!
Rose Cuthbertson
Rose Cuthbertson
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Ginger’s tutorials are always so clear and well constructed. Every step is well illustrated with photos and examples. There are basic techniques, followed by a series of variations and ways in which the technique can be used, so they are well suited to beginners or the more advanced and adventurous. I have spent many happy hours with her tutorials and always feel they have still more to offer. Thank you Ginger for all the thought and effort you put into sharing your skills.

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Making Watercolor Agate with Polymer Clay

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