Monthly Archives: October 2010

Polymer clay butterfly. I explain by words how I make my butterfly cane using polymer clay

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Hello Beads Friends!
My butterflies are really crooked, because I found a lot of difficulties in slicing my cane. The translucent premo is harder than the other polymer clays I have used, even harder than the Kato Polyclay, and so the slices of my cane weren’t regular. I hope you enjoy this making of and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Polymer Clay info. Comparison Among Sculpey III, Kato Polyclay and Premo By Sculpey

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to talk about my experience through the different polymer clay brand that I tried: Sculpey III, Kato Polyclay and Premo by Sculpey. For every polymer clay I tried, I just took few colours, three colours of Sculpey III, three colours of Kato Polyclay and just one colour of Premo, the translucent one. So this my opinion isn’t complete, because just based on this few colours. But I hope that this video will be helpful, and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Earring tutorial. How to bezel a teardrop cab to create a pair of earrings using Peyote Stitch

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show you how to set a teardrop polymer clay cabochon with beads using a Peyote stitch pattern. First of all I created a polymer clay drop cabochon, size 25x18mm. I used a mold to create this polymer clay cabochon. Then I used Delica beads size 11/0 and Seed beads size 15/0 to make a beadwork to surround my teardrop polymer clay cabochon. You can put an earring hook in the eyelet of your beadwork to create a beautiful pair of earrings. I  hope that every step is clear, see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Drop earrings. I bezel a drop cab to make a pair of earrings using Peyote Stitch

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show the two pairs of earrings that I have made yesterday. First of all I created drop cabochons with polymer clay using a mold, than I bezeled these polymer clay drop cabochons with Delica beads and Seed beads using Peyote stitch. The only thing that I really don’t like about these earrings are the earring hook: I think it’s better to use a copper earring hook, and not a golden one like I did. I haven’t a copper earring hook at home, so I had no choice. I hope that these earrings can inspire you and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Beaded bead. I have modified the pattern to create a different design on my Beaded bead

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show you my last work. I have created another beaded bead, using the same bead pattern of my previous video. In this case I played with colours, and so I created a different picture on my beaded bead. To make the same picture you just need to change the couple of beads you use to tighten the work: in the original beaded bead pattern we chose two pink beads, in this new beaded bead pattern we must use two dark blue beads to sew through.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Polymer clay mold. How to make a mold for polymer clay creations using Fimo Liquid

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show how to create a Fimo Liquid mold to make polymer clay cabochons. First of all you need Fimo Liquid, one cabochon that’s going to be the mold for your Fimo Liquid Mold (you can use a resin cabochon or a semiprecious stone cabochon) and a little glass bowl.
Put your cabochon into the glass bowl, then fill the bowl with Fimo Liquid until you cover the cabochon. Bake the Fimo Liquid inside the bowl into your electric oven. 
I hope that my explanations are clear and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Beaded bead Tutorial. How to cover a wood pearl with Seed Beads and Peyote Stitch technique

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show you a pattern that I have created to make a beaded bead. You need a wooden bead size 12mm and Seed Beads size 15/0 in 5 different colours. The technique I’m going to use is Peyote Stitch.
I hope that the tutorial is clear and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.