Bagues Petits Jardins avec Sylvie Peraud

Dans cette classe pour des personnes d'un niveau intermédiaire à avancé, Sylvie vous apprendra à fabriquer un gabarit pour toutes les tailles de doigts et comment assembler les différentes parties qui consituent la bague. Elle partagera aussi avec vous ses secrets pour fabriquer la mousse et le bois qui décorent ses adorables petits jardins portables. Cliquez ici pour la version anglaise, Little Garden Rings with Sylvie Peraud.

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Liste du matériel général :

• une machine à pâte
• une lame et un cutter
• une feuille de papier, une règle, un crayon, des ciseaux un morceaux de feuille plastique transparente et un feutre indélébile
• polymère liquide
• poly paste
• lingettes bébé
• grille de plâtrier, éponges à poncer (grains gros moyen et fin), kit de micro-mesh ou papier à poncer de carrossier
• une mini perçeuse avec une meule cylindrique (optionnel)
• a pistolet à embosser
• colle cyanoacrylate type Super Glue
• un tube du diamètre de votre doigt ou un peu plus grand (pas plus petit)
• un emporte-pièce rond d'environ 3cm de diamètre
• une grosse bille ronde type calot ou petite ampoule ronde

Pour la bague bois et herbe :
• 1/2 petit paquet de pâte de la couleur de votre choix
• un morceau de bois avec une texture intéressante
• 2 bâtons d'Oyumaru
• l'équivalent d' 1/4 de petit paquet de pâte beige (blanc + marron + noir)
• peinture à l'huile terre d'ombre brûlée
• un tout petit emporte-pièce rond d'environ 9mm de diamètre
• 8 cm de softglass vert clair
• encre à alcool vert foncé (adirondack or pinata)

Pour la bague mousse et bois :
• 1/2 petit paquet de pâte blanche
• restes de pâte
• un morceau de bois avec une texture intéressante
• talc et pinceau large
• l'équivalent d' 1/4 d'un petit paquet de pâte beige (blanc + marron + noir)
• peinture à l'huile Terre d'ombre brûlée
• encres à alcool de différentes teintes de vert et jaune (Adirondack ou pinata)
• un ou deux petits pinceaux fins
• alcool ou dissolvant pour nettoyer les pinceaux
• environ 5cm de soft glass vert clair

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Sylvie Peraud

Making jewelry has been part of Sylvie’s hobbies since childhood. Beads when she was young, melted recycled plastics later and polymer clay since 2005. Inspiration is everywhere around her, when walking in the nature, when discovering other art mediums, when reading a book. What she loves best is making faux: faux wood and faux stones. The closer she gets to the real material, the happier she is. Working with a medium as versatile as polymer clay makes it endless.

When working with polymer clay, there are no limits other than those you fix to yourself. It has led Sylvie to create a simple...
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