Pendentif OVNI avec Isabelle Chatelain

Isabelle Chatelain vous invite à entrer dans son monde explosif en créant d'une façon ludique un pendentif et une broche soucoupe colorés en polymère. Cours de classe de CraftArtEdu. English version: Flying Saucer Pendant and Brooch with Isabelle Chatelain

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Le matériel de réalisation :

• Une machine à pâte
• Kato Polyclay de couleur claire dans 2 tons
• Kato Polyclay foncée
• Kato Polyclay liquide
• Du scrap (restes de pâte)
• Lames rigides et rouleau acrylique
• Des petits cutters de précisions kemper ou emporte pièce rond
• Une règle
• Un outil boule, et des cure dents
• Une ampoule
• Un calot
• Du talc
• Perçeuse de précision de type DREMEL
• Un emporte pièce de diamètre 4cm
• Ainsi que du papier à poncer
• Du papier cuisson ou papier à patron de couturière
• Un carreau de faïence pour la cuisson
• De l'encre chalk (séchage rapide) dans différentes couleurs
• Du papier quadrillé 5mm

Pour le montage du collier:
• 50 cm de résille plastique
• 10 cm de buna cord 2mm
• 3 anneaux métal diamètre 1cm
• 2 embouts métal
• 2 petits anneaux et un fermoir
• 15 cm de nubuck
• Colle cyanoacrylate type super glue

Pour le montage de la broche:
• 10 cm de buna cord 2mm
• Une épingle à broche
• 15 cm de cordon en nubuck
• 1 perle magique diamètre 1cm
• Colle cyanoacrylate type super glue

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Isabelle Chatelain

Isabelle first met polymer clay in 1988 and didn't know what it was really made for. She modeled tiny animals full of details with it. She loved crafts; but studies and life had her set the clay aside for awhile. When she lost her dad in 2002, she found herself with a huge gap to fill and a lot of spare time too. She went back to crafting, started mosaics, beading, but the beads were quite expensive and didn't offer all the originality she was after. A friend of hers offered her a polymer clay beaded necklace and some left over packs and it just tilted in her head. She had forgotten the medium...
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