Midnight Owl Inro with Deb Hart

By: Deb Hart

This class teaches how to make a complex inro with an owl motif. It includes instructions for making a custom inro base, designing complex canes—this owl cane, specifically—and putting it all together in a unique and lovely inro piece.

Please note: If you are interested in making only the owl cane, you can purchase this class from Deb. If you are interested in making only the custom inro, you can purchase this class.

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• Polymer Clay in the following colors: White (4 oz), Turquoise (8 oz), Purple (5-6 oz), Ecru ( 8-10 oz), Red (6-8 oz), Black (6-8 oz), Yellow (2 oz), Green (1 oz), Brown (1 oz), Blue (1/4 oz), and Translucent (24 oz) and approx 6 oz. scrap clay.

• Clay Blade, such as Nublade
• Pasta Machine
• Ruler or Graduated Work Surface
• Acrylic Roller
• Aluminum Foil
• Pearl Ex Powder (any color)
• Cornstarch
• Soft Brush
• Parchment Paper
• Tape
• Polypaste or Liquid Clay
• Sandpaper (400, 600, 800, 1000, 1500 grits)
• Jewelry Cord or Heavy Crochet Thread
• Hand Drill
• Silver Bead Cap
• Empty Paper Towel Roll

• Ecru Formula: 3 oz yellow 6 oz white 3/8 oz orange 3/16 oz blue

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Deb Hart

Deb Hart

Deb has organized arts & craft groups for over 15 years and taught painting, jewelry, and polymer clay privately and at Michaels stores. Her artwork has been featured in San Antonio Art League's juried shows, The Best of College Photography, Polymer Cafe, and numerous blogs, including Polymer Clay Daily. 

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