Friday, March 14, 2014

Making Polymer Clay Canes and Beads

I thought that some of you might like to see the process that I use to make my beads.
The first step is to make a cane out of polymer clay. Here are some pictures of canes that I have made recently along with the beads that I made with the cane:






8 comments:

Jean said...

Thank you so much--this entry is lovely! jean

Becky Pancake said...

Patricia your polymer clay beads are amazing. Thank you for providing me inspiration. I am participating in the Color of Dreams Blog Hop.

Karen M said...

Your beads are very nicely made and so colorful. I received one for participating in the Color of Dreams blog hop. Stop by fairiesmarket@blogspot.com to see what I made!

Kepi said...

I so cannot resist your beads, absolutely gorgeous and so much fun to work with. I hope my entry has done your bead justice.

Kathleen Breeding said...

Thank you, Patricia. For the wonderful pillow bead in the Color of Dreams Blog Hop hosted by Toltec. I'm so honored, that I really struggled to do the bead justice. So many ideas, hours deciding and finalizing my decision. You have such beautiful pc and I have been dabbling the last couple of years. Thank you again!

Dini Bruinsma said...

Thanx so much for 'your bead' that inspired me in the Color of Dreams Blog Hop. It was a Challenge! And thank you for the comment on my blog! I love your Rose Beads and ♥Butterflies very much!

Wendy said...

beautiful. The flower canes are gorgeous

Toltec Jewels for Jewel School Friends said...

Beautiful beads! I'm so grateful to create with your art, and honored to have hosted a blog hop featuring your work. What a beautiful hop it was! I created a Color of Dreams Blog Hop Glossi with links to the jewelry and quotes from the designers so we may hold on to all the inspiration and wonder through time. I hope you enjoy it.

Thank you for everything!
Rita

http://glossi.com/ToltecJewels/114077-the-color-of-dreams-blog-hop?eb=ToltecJewels