He sat on my buffet since Deacon Mike dropped him off two months ago. In passing Mike on one of my Tanner walks I mentioned that the missing ears might be able to be repaired with polymer clay but they’d need some type of armature to hold/mold the parts in place. Mike delivered. My first …
Polymer Clay Daily with MaryLouise
What’s on my table!
For about a year I’ve been eyeing pod beads from various artists around the world. We have been graced with a fantastic one here in the USA, Donna Kato, who thankfully offers video footage of the techniques that work for her.
Who would have thought gently rolling the end of cylinder pod on the pad of the hand would create the perfect pod curvature? Bingo. Thanks Donna.
About nine or ten pods cured and now the mind wants textured pods, antiqued pods, fat pods, prickly pods, and on and on.
Thanks for visiting! This little post is my first and you are wonderful for stopping by to visit.