Polymer Clay Inverted Lentil Pin with Judy Belcher

Crafting a pin using an inverted half a lentil shape with smaller inverted lentil filled with interesting forms with Judy Belcher! Includes some caning techniques and links to free caning tutorials. Includes detailed handout.
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• Glass Christmas ornament or standard size light bulb
• Small light bulb
• 1" and 3" circle cutters
• Rub-It Scrub-It pad or coarse sandpaper
• Small Kemper round cutters
• Needle tool
• Kato Poly Paste
• Weathered White Antiquities Embossing Powder
• 4 sterling silver headpins
• 3 sterling silver balled headpins
• jewelry pliers
• a pin back
• 400 grit wet/dry sandpaper
• small drill bit
• cotton batting

For this project you will need:
A basic clay kit:
• Pasta Machine
• Acrylic Rod
• Stiff Clay Blade
• Basic Kato Polyclay colors, I used black, white and red clay

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Judy Belcher

Judy Belcher

After years of toiling as a corporate accountant, Judy put those math and business skills to work in a joyfilled career as an artist working with polymer clay. Her work has been juried into several national exhibits and is sold in retail galleries across the US. Authoring “Polymer Clay Creative Traditions” and releasing an instructional DVD entitled “Millefiori Story” fulfilled her desire to do research on this incredibly versatile medium and share that enthusiasm with others. 

Judy has co-authored three other books and appeared on television shows, including The...
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