We did a tutorial post the other day on Handmade Scrapbook Embellishments – Polymer Clay Tutorial and since then have more ideas to share with you using this medium. I hope you will give polymer clay a try. The possibilities in using it really are limitless!
Banana Frog has a tutorial by Kirsty Neale posted on their blog showing how to make this necklace charm shown below. She used one of Shimelle Laine‘s designed background stamps to create the impression! (They are also running a giveaway for it.)
Lisa Mitchell made the shaker box frame in her mini book shown below using polymer clay. This was for a workshop which she taught. "I textured the clay frame with some burlap and made little slices to later add the brads after baking." Lisa also used metallic pigments for a finished metallic effect.
Below are some polymer clay pendants I made a few years ago. The polymer clay is basically acting as a medium for a mini collage. Once you get started with these, there’s no turning back! The clay is simply rolled and cut using a pop bottle lid. A straw is then used to put a hole through the top. I won’t tell you how the images are attached to the clay, you will have to get my e-book, "Mini Book Projects," for that! 🙂 They make great pendants for a necklace or charm bracelet or as an attachment for a key ring.
The aqua and black one of the vintage truck is my favourite!
For more ideas using polymer clay, check out our e-book, "Mini Book Projects." There are instructions for making the ultra mini polymer clay covered book shown below.
Have you made things using your scrapping supplies and materials along with polymer clay? Let us know at scrapscene @gmail.com (no space).