Elizabeth Campbell polymer clay jewellery

Elizabeth Campbell polymer clay jewellery

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wandering spirit beads

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Tutorial is in Russian but the pictures explain it all. By a blog called Все о полимерной глине which translates to "All of Polymer Clay", craft, fimo, kralen, diy

Бусины со спиральным узором - Все о полимерной глине

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A group of four barrel beads with organic patterns. Shades of black, gold, green, magenta, with metallic overtones. Approximately 14-15mm

Polymer clay barrel beads with organic patterns by atLoganSquare

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Can you believe this is polymer clay? These beads are so beautiful (they are made of liquid polymer clay and chalks or inks) Kette Neptuns Murmeln - Kathrin Neumaier

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Ancient Glass Bead Strand

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Hebron beads are known to have been made from the 12th Century to around the 1880s in Hebron, near Jerusalem, using salts of the Dead Sea as their alkali. They are becoming extremely difficult to find in good, or indeed, any condition. The strands of excellent beads here were found in Mali. If required, cleaning with a gentle scrubbing in warm soapy water and the addition of a light coating of baby oil will greatly enhance their colouration.

Hebron ancient beads from ATB

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more hebrons

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Early Anglo-Saxon, 6th century ADFrom Grave 150, Long Wittenham, Oxfordshire...

British Museum - 'Magical' glass bead

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Old Testament - primitive tribal fossilized coral, black tektite and tourmaline, polymer clay trade beads, & copper chunky bangle bracelet by LoveRoot, $51.00

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Trade Beads | Antique Venetian beads circa late 1800's, early 1900's

Makes me want to string up mine and sell them

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Designed by Dorothy Siemens | Necklace combining Faux Bone (polymer clay) and antique Trade beads

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vintage trade beads african clay old trade by beadtopiavintage, $14.95

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African Beads: ;The earliest Africans made beads as “fetishes”, charms, talisman and amulets for protection and adornments. The first materials were shell, stone, wood, bone, seeds, amber, ivory, teeth, clay, metals, etc. Beads were highly valuable a #1 secret to trade like a professional fx trader online - Discover the tip to profitable forex trading now. Check out www.fxsignalstrategies.com

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Trading in polymer

Trading in polymer

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Minnesang - primitive neutral beach fossil shell, gray polymer clay bead, crusty honey lampwork glass disc, trade bead, & ox copper earrings by LoveRoot, $53.00

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£7.00 Clay bead earrings with a tribal design, handmade in India. #Fairtrade #Tribal #Earrings #India

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Polymer Clay Beads 5 Rustic Beads Chunky by shipwreckdandysupply

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-4 polymer clay beads -Beads are approximately 13-20mm -Shapes are organic rounds/rondelles -Primitive style beads feature: Textures, faceting, millefiori cane, transparent clay overlays, paint and color embellishment: green, orange, lilac & lavender, grey -Satin to extra glossy finishes -Hand sculpted shapes and textures made using my own handmade stamps -Medium/standard bead holes will accommodate a variety of stringing materials ------------ General information & FAQs about my polymer clay beads: ------------- - I use a mix of different polymer clay brands. - I use regular clay and liquid clay, and a mix of the two for various effects. -There is a free tutorial for my faceted polymer clay beads at Sculpey's website. It is linked on the left sidebar at my blog. -The colorations and designs on the beads are either the result of: millefiori techniques (different colored clay in specifically created designs applied on the bead); acrylic or other appropriate-for polymer paints, Sharpie permanent marker, colored pencils, or a mix of these mediums. The non-clay color mediums are sometimes applied topically after curing, sometimes mixed into the clay or applied topically prior to curing, and sometimes a mix of techniques is used. -I use different inclusions to create texture and various effects. I have experimented a lot over several years, and the inclusions I use now have proven to stand well over time. Inclusions are cured into the clay and become a part of the structure of the bead, so there will be very little to no loss. The inclusions are inert; examples are: glitter, mosaic grout, paper, sterilized dry potting soil, dry concrete mix, and foil. Anything outside these general bounds will be included in the description. -I use the general term "grit" and "grit inclusions" to signify different combinations of concrete, mosaic grout, and potting soil. -Examples of things I never use as embellishments in or on my beads: nail polish, make-up, food products (like spices, coffee grounds, tea, etc.,) oils, shoe polish, etc. -The sealants I use on my beads are Sculpey glazes in satin and glossy. I also sometimes use a crackle medium over paints and the glazes; it is specifically made for crafts and is suited for polymer clay and acrylic paint. I also sometimes use small amounts of microcrystalline wax on unglazed beads that have inclusions and/or post-curing embellishments. -I use a regular bead reamer to make the bead holes prior to curing. This makes a very even, rounded, and smooth inner surface area and is very easy to string. The bead holes are usually about 2mm. Larger or smaller bead holes will be noted in the descriptions.

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-One epoxy jewelry clay bead -Bead is approximately 20mm -Shape is rounded, fluted, puffed ovaline nugget -Primitive style bead features: textures using my own handmade stamps; terracotta color clay base bead with paints in black, grey-blue, and a combination of silver and gold metallic leaf paint with crackled effect -Light application of microcrystalline wax for finish -Medium/standard bead holes will accommodate a variety of stringing materials -Overall ceramic or 'real' clay feel

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4 polymer clay beads -Beads are approximately 16-23mm -Shapes are organic rounds/nugget -Beads feature: millefiori cane, hand

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Polymer Clay Beads - 4 Rustic Cane Beads - Twisted Turbans, Striped Snake Cane - Faux Trade Beads - Tribal Cream, Brown, Grey - Chunky Beads...

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by Anne Marie of BeadArt Austria | Necklace; An ancient Roman bronze ring is the focal piece of this necklace . It is surrounded with genuine amber (Bernstein) Hebron beads in green and yellow, Tuareg crosses from Zinder in Niger, antique spindle whorls made from cow horn and clay, etc. The neckpart is strung with bakelite heishi from the African Trade and Tuareg metal beads. Sterling silver clasp | Sold

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