I’m still in awe over what is being created with Polymer Clay. I love being inspired by some of these amazing polymer artists!
Kathleen Dustin’s pieces provide oh so much inspiration.
I find these pieces by Lynda Moseley of Diva Designs to be beautiful.
Vicki Grant does beautiful work!
I just can’t talk about polymer clay without mentioning my buddy Christi Friesen.
Laura Gummerman created this great tutorial for A Beautiful Mess
Polymer Clay Daily is loaded with inspiration. I especially like this Balloons and polymer idea from Sona Grigoryan of Spain.
Iris Mishly from Haifa, Israel has a lot of tutorials on her Etsy site. She also has some stencil patterns that look interesting!
Eugena Topina has over 30 tutorials on her site, including this Faux Tooled Leather Bangle.
Lynda Moseley of Diva Designs has this interesting looking tutorial on her Etsy site.
CraftyGoat’s Blog has a tutorial on 3 Ways to Create Faux Polymer Clay Rocks. Dryer lint is one of the ways! I knew I should have been saving that lint!!
Take a look at all of the classes available at Sculpey University. This class titled: premo! Faux Cinabar and Jade by artist Amy Koranek is just one of many classes available.
The Blue Brick has this Knitted Polymer Clay Bracelet photo tutorial on their blog. Shireen used our Nunn Design Channel Bangle to create these great bangles.
Ginger Davis Allman has several tutorials, including this cool looking one on how to create a faux glass look with polymer clay.
I hope you enjoyed being inspired about polymer clay. Do you have a favorite artist or tutorial to share?
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