Monthly Archives: October, 2013

So much clay, so little time

Today’s project: These pieces are uncured and ready to pop in the oven after it comes and is hooked up tomorrow!  I’m loving the color combination and can’t wait to see what they look like once finished! To make these, I started with these colors: I conditioned each color, combining the white and pearl to […]

School Colors

Clay Every Day Project – Day 10 I’ve been playing with purple and orange lately  – school colors for my favorite university!  Today there’s not much time between work and an evening engagement, so I finished off a pair of earrings and a pendant that I’ve worked on recently:   The purple looks kind of […]

I Heart Stroppel Canes

A while back, I discovered the Stroppel cane technique developed by polymer clay artist, Alice Stroppel.  This technique can (but doesn’t necessarily) use scrap clay to make a layered, somewhat abstract multicolored pattern.  Tonight I put together a necklace and earrings from some Stroppel cane beads that I made recently:   I haven’t been adding […]