Enchanting Crowns

Explore various creative possibilities as you learn to create these charming mini crown boxes. Highly decorative and functional. From constructing the box to adding embellishing details, this class is both stimulating and fun.
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... materials


• 2" Round cutter
• Scissors
• Clay blade
• Gold krylon pen
• Craft knife
• Acrylic roller
• Clay shapers
• Stamps (recessed)


• 2 ounces Black Premo
• Rhinestones
• Gold and blue metallic acrylic paints
• Liquid clay (or Genesis thick medium extender)
• Deli paper & tape
• Spray bottle water
• Paint brush
• Plastic wrap
• Paper towels
• Deli paper

... instructors
Tejae Floyde

Tejae Floyde

Tejae Floyde loves to express herself through her art. She is most recognized by her polymer hearts with meaningful messages. Her work is full of soul and layered with textures, colors and charm.

She is a multi media artist and creates with mediums that inspire her at the moment. From oil painting, silver-smithing, mixed media art or sculpting in polymer clay, she enjoys learning and sharing what she knows.

Affectionately known as the "Queen of Hearts", Tejae has been featured Polymer Clay Daily and her work has been published in Somerset Studio, PolymerCafe, Exploring Connections, Progress...
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Enchanting Crowns Class Review by Jainnie Jenkins
Tejae engages her students with a wonderful challenge in her Enchanting Crowns class. If you know the basics, you will definitely have fun following along as you create your own precious crowns. What I love is that Tejae is very thorough in her descriptions and directions. A supply list is given, with advice on where to find particular items, but you still have options for certain materials. You can use what she uses, or deviate a bit to give your crowns your own personal touch. If you have experience with polymer clay, you will have an easier time knowing what will work with the construction and finish of your pieces. But of course, Tejae will guide you through the process, so no worries!

As a student, you are given many options, leaving the final result open-ended. Tejae encourages you to use your artistic judgment and creativity to decide how you want your piece to look. There are no cookie cutter crowns to be found here. :)

There are quite a few steps in this class, but the end results are fabulous. You will find that this class teaches you more than making Enchanting Crowns. There are so many tips and tricks, fun ways to utilize and alter rubber stamped images, and options for finishing. I appreciate that I've learned a lot of techniques from Tejae that I can carry over into other claying adventures. And if you ever have any questions, Tejae is always more than happy to help you out. She loves hearing about your experience with her classes, and she loves seeing your finished work.

Take this class, you'll be "enchanted" by your results! (Posted on 11/6/12)
Enchanting crown boxes Review by jddimaster
This is a great class video for crown boxes! The video and pdf document are both very easy to follow - Tejae is very precise. I've made three boxes in the last two days and will making many more for holiday gifts! Thanks, Tejae (Posted on 10/22/12)
Enchanting Crowns Class Review by Laura
Loved this online class...the instructions were very clear and simple to follow. The crowns look like they may be difficult to make, as they are so elegantly detailed, but Tejae made the instructions simple and easy to follow. Both the written and online instructions were exceptional and made very easy to follow. Making the crowns were just as much fun as making the encased hearts! Cannot wait for her next class... (Posted on 7/4/12)

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