Tribal Spots – A Polymer Clay Tutorial



Step-Out Photograph Tutorial PDF

Spots, dots and circles were the inspiration behind this project based tutorial.  I set myself a personal challenge to see how many ways I could create spots and dots with polymer clay – no surface treatments, just clay alone.  I discovered there are many really simple ways to make them.  I decided to record a few of the processes I used and turned it into a project tutorial.  There is nothing too complex or overly complicated about this tutorial.  Everything included uses simple tools and materials and is easy to achieve.

There are 3 necklace projects included and although they may look a little complex, in fact they aren’t. You’ll see as you run through the tutorial how easy it can all be.  I’ll share with you a simple process on how to use fabric in your work and will incorporate wire work together with simple knotting techniques to create stunning finished pieces. My necklaces are tribal themed but you can change up the colours and the size and shapes of your components to create a completely differently look.

What’s Included

The tutorial consists of 2 separate PDF’s.

PDF 1 contains:

Tools and materials list to complete all components and beads.

Instructions on how to create 8 different components, plus additional filler beads.

PDF 2 contains:

Tools and materials list to complete 3 necklace projects.

Instructions on how to create 3 different necklace projects including how to make a fabric neck cord.

After purchase you will receive an email from my website containing your pdf attachment.  The pdf contains your step-out tutorial and instructions.  Save this pdf file in a safe location on your computer so you can easily find it and gain access at any time.

Remember to check your spam/junk folder if your don’t receive an email immediately.  Please make sure to contact me if you have any issues.




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