Hollow Tube Bead Pendants with Debbie Crothers

In this class featuring stills, narration, and video clips, polymer clay artist Debbie Crothers will lead you through her innovative surface treatments as you create an Asian-inspired hollow tube bead and pendant.
Polymer Clay
Adv Beginner

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• Polymer clay: approx 2 ounces of white and black Kato clay
• Pasta machine
• Tissue blade
• Acrylic rod and acrylic block
• Needle tool
• Ball stylus tool
• Hand drill
• A4 or copier paper
• Smoothing tool
• Hammer
• Texture sponge
• Circle cutter, 20mm (3/4") diameter
• Skewers
• Paintbrush for liquid clay
• Heat gun
• Round-nose pliers and wire cutters
• Kato Liquid Clay
• Chalk pastels
• Black embossing powder
• Jones Tones or Lisa Pavelka foils
• Size 11 seed beads
• Approx 350mm (14") of 18-gauge artistic wire
• Gold Lumiere paint, optional
• Salt, optional
• Mica powder, optional
• Scissors
• MultixBake paper
• Double-sided tape
• Wooden or metal form, approx 8mm (1/4") in diameter

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Debbie Crothers

Debbie Crothers

Community art is a passion of hers and Debbie has been involved in the planning and organization of a range of polymer clay community projects.

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