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Warrior Headdress Totem Box with Deb Hart

By: Deb Hart
Learn how to create a stackable totem box set with a Native American headdress motif. This master class is loaded with techniques! It includes detailed instructions for four canes, a fun set of stacked box forms, and faux ivory and turquoise effects that all come together in a great finishing technique to create a beautiful box! Deb plans to make classes with several different designs that you can mix and match to stack and create your own custom totem!

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• Polymer clay in the following colors: Red (2-3 oz), Green (<1 oz), Orange (<1 oz), Purple (1-2 oz), Blue (<1 oz), Yellow (3-4 oz), Magenta (2 oz), Turquoise (4 oz), White (2–4 oz), Translucent (4 oz), White (8-10 oz), Black (12–16 oz) and scrap clay (4 oz) (I recommend Kato Polyclay)
• Clay blade
• X-Acto knife
• Acrylic roller
• Pasta machine
• Ruler
• Cane slicer
• Pin or needle tool
• Extruder with 1/16" circle & triangle disk
• Ellipse cutter
• Poly Paste
• Repel Gel
• Translucent liquid clay
• Pearl Ex
• Wet Wipes
• Small lid or disposable cup
• Sculpting tool
• Sandpaper (400, 600, 800, 1000, 1500 grits)
• Circular cane or 2 glue-on crystals/beads (optional)
• 8" piece of jewelry wire (optional)
• Parchment paper (optional)

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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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