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how to make beads, cabochon or surfaces in polymer clay look like Pink Rhodocrosite Stones

There must be a couple dozen different techniques here for faux stones with inclusions. Lots of great ideas, and no reason to stop at making simple beads. These recipes could be used to make anything with polymer clay. Polymer Clay Tutorial - Faux Stone

Faux Sea Glass or Beach Glass Polymer Clay Tutorial by Beadcomber, polymer clay to look like beach glass.

These opals are made from polymer clay! Can you believe it? Stunning work.

Faux enamel in french but clear pictures - since this uses graph paper I can count the number of boxes used to get the right size tiles for this type of necklace.

Camille Young - faux opal - Premo, Kato liquid polyclay, iridescent flakes - baked little clumps of iridescent flakes mixed with liquid clay on a piece of glass so they were easy to remove, took cream coloured Premo and stuck the 'opals' all over (rough side up) and textured the surface. After curing mixed some liquid clay with some burnt umber oil paint and wiped the mixture into the rough spots around the opals for a little colour variation and then I gave it a final bake

Tutorial foils III by Marta Collares, via Flickr

"Vessels leaf" cane - Tutorial by sigal simovich, via Flickr

1. take all kinds of leftover and cane's ends 2. chop them 3.press them to a lamp 4.roll them to a cane 5. start to twist the cane 6. twist it until you're satisfied with the stripes width 7.put the cane in the pasta machine, No 1, and press it so it would be easier to run it through 8.this is how it look after I run it through No1 9.run it through No 3,4 etc. 10. cut the borders 11. from the other part of the initial cane you get a different pattern of stripes

Tutorial on Flickr ~ damascus cane Malternative By Mabcrea Art Cecilia Botton - Some other great tutorials on her site, too.