Tag Archives: polymer clay

Beaded earrings. I bezeled two polymer clay cabochons using Seed beads and Peyote Stitch to create a pair of earrings

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show you a new try I made. I bezeled a polymer clay cabochon using just one kind of beads, specifically seed beads size 15/0. I hope that this creation of mine can be an inspiration for you, see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Bead embroidery pin, made using a polymer clay cabochon

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Hello Beads Friends!
I made a new beadwork (a beaded pin) using the embroidery technique, and I’d like to show it to you. I decorated a polymer clay cabochon I made with seed beads and delica beads using the embroidery technique. I added all around my polymer clay cabochons some bugle beads, Swarovski bicones, fire polished bohemian glasses and Swarovski sew-on rhinestones too. I hope you like my beaded embroidery pin and I hope it can be an inspiration for your beadwork. See you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Handmade polymer clay cabochons. Polymer clay canes and scraps cabochons

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Hello Beads Friends!
Here I am with a new polymer clay video. Today I’m going to show you the new polymer clay cabochons I made taking inspiration from a wonderful book by Donna Kato: The art of polymer clay – Millefiori Techniques. I developed some of the techniques shown in the book and I think that this book is perfect if you are a beginner about polymer clay. I hope that everything is clear and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Polymer clay tutorial. How to make a polymer clay cabochon

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show some new polymer clay cabochons I made, and I want to show you all the steps I did to create my polymer clay cabochons, hoping that this explanation can be useful. See you soon on the next video.
Have a nice day!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Bead embroidery pendant. Beaded necklace made with Herringbone stitch and Embroidery technique

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show you my last creation: it’s a bead embroidery necklace. Precisely I made a bead embroidery pendant using a polymer cabochon I made 2 months ago. I surrounded this polymer clay cabochon first with some Miyuki tringle beads size 10/0 (colour number 2006) and then with some charlotte beads size 13/0. The colours of the charlotte beads I used are bronze and cream. Then I completed my pendant creating the decoration upon the polymer clay cabochon, always using triangle beads and charlotte beads. I used ultra-suede cloth as a base for my embroidery work. I really love the ultra suede and I decided to try it because on my embroidery book I read that ultra suede is the suggest cloth for the embroidery technique. I’m really satisfied, beacuse ultra suede is soft and thin, but it’s also very tough. For making the necklace I created a tubular herringbone using charlotte beads size 13/0. I started my tubular herringbone with 6 charlotte beads. The last step was appling a t-bar finding. I hope that all my explanations are clear and I hope that this beaded necklace can be an inspiration for you. See you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Polymer clay tutorial. How to create a polymer clay cane

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Hello Beads Friends!
I made these new polymer clay cabochons maybe 3 weeks ago and now I’m here because I want to show them to you, and I want to explain all the steps to create the very simple cane I started from. For the first polymer clay cabochons I used just three colour of Kato Polyclay (white, black and gold) and I used four Kato Polyclay colours (white, black, gold and blue) for the second kind of polymer clay cabochon. I hope that this video can be useful and that my explanations are clear, see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice day!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Handmade polymer clay cabochons

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Hello Beads Friends!
In this video I want to show the last abstract cabochons I made. For the green cabochons I used white Kato Polyclay, translucent Premo and translucent green Fimo. For the second kind of cabochon I used the same colours of Kato Polyclay and Premo, and I added a colour called Royal Blue by Cernit and glitter silver Fimo. The last three cabochons I show you are made using the same four colours of polymer clays, but I used al lot of translucent Premo, much more than in the previous ones. To create the polymer clay cabochons you have to condition all the polymer clay colours you want to use. Then you have to put all these polymer clay sheets side by side and you have to start mixing all these sheets, in your favourite way. I usually create a roller and then I roll it up and squeeze it, and I roll it up again until I’m satisfied about the colours mix. At this point I cut a piece of my cane and I work it in my hands until it becomes a little ball, and then I use a mold to create my cabochon. It’s really very simple, you just have to mix the colour and nothing else. I hope these cabochons can be an ispiration for you and see you soon on the next video!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Embroidery necklace, making of. Step 4

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Hello Beads Friends!
I’m just starting with a new wonderful technique, the bead embroidery. I think it will take me a long time to complete this bead embroidery necklace, so I decide to make several videos where I show you all the steps I will make to create it. I started this work putting on my cloth (finta alcantara) three polymer clay cabochons, and I fixed them with some glue. I made also a beadwork around one of the three polymer clay cabochons, using Seed beads size 11, Delica beads size 11 and Seed beads size 15. So I created a Peyote stitch beadwork that holds the first polymer clay cabochon. Now I just have to go on, and I hope I will be able to make the project I have in my mind! I hope the necklace can inspire you and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

Embroidery necklace, making of. Step 2

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Hello Beads Friends!
I’m just starting with a new wonderful technique, the bead embroidery. I think it will take me a long time to complete this bead embroidery necklace, so I decide to make several videos where I show you all the steps I will make to create it. I started this work putting on my cloth (finta alcantara) three polymer clay cabochons, and I fixed them with some glue. I made also a beadwork around one of the three polymer clay cabochons, using Seed beads size 11, Delica beads size 11 and Seed beads size 15. So I created a Peyote stitch beadwork that holds the first polymer clay cabochon. Now I just have to go on, and I hope I will be able to make the project I have in my mind! I hope the necklace can inspire you and see you soon on the next video.
Have a nice beading!
 

Sara – Sarubbest.

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.