Infinity Earrings by Cristina Almeida

Have fun with polymer clay, making this project class design concept of Infinity Earrings - one design each day. This class will feature design concepts, skinner blend, etching and finishing techniques.

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• Pasta Machine
• Clay Blade
• Scalpel or Craft Knife
• Acrylic Rod
• Liquid Clay
• Polymer Clay
• Old polymer clay canes
• Parchment or deli paper
• Waxed paper
• Acetate transparent color sheet
• Grid paper
• Scissors
• Small hole paper puncher
• Pencil and permanent marker
• Round cutters
• Color laser copy designs
• Black & white laser copy designs
• Heat Gun
• Small bowl or container
• Needle metal file
• Hand drill
• Sanding pads fine and superfine
• Bone folder
• Rub off inks or wax colors
• Cotton swabs
• Paper towel
• 16 Metal earring padded posts - note, these serve as element connectors
• 2 Metal earring backs

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Cristina Almeida

Cristina Almeida

One of Cristina Almeida’s main rules is, everything is possible, if you're determined and committed. Polymer Clay fits this rule perfectly. It challenges and makes Cristina evolve, because she can create no matter what design or pattern she imagines. Inexpensive, easy and challenging, and doesn’t need too much space or tools.

As a teacher, Cristina encourages everyone to keep their uniqueness and individuality, and reflect it in their art to stand out. Everyone learns from each other and shares experiences that will help each of us grow as individuals and as artists, and our art lives...
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