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Harry Potter polymer clay snake ring tutorial

Harry Potter polymer clay snake ring tutorial

Polymer clay snake

Polymer clay snake

Make a skinner blend, press a garlic or onion package-net in the clay....et voilà! ...there's your snakeskin!  ~ Polymer Clay Tutorials

Make a skinner blend, press a garlic or onion package-net in the clay....et voilà! ...there's your snakeskin! ~ Polymer Clay Tutorials

cute snake polymer clay | Item Details Reviews (17) Shipping & Policies

cute snake polymer clay | Item Details Reviews (17) Shipping & Policies

New figurines in my shop! This cute guy and betta fish figurines all handmade…

New figurines in my shop! This cute guy and betta fish figurines all handmade…

OMG! I REALLY REALLY #havetohave these Realistic Snake rings specially the brown and the black one!!

OMG! I REALLY REALLY #havetohave these Realistic Snake rings specially the brown and the black one!!

Sorry no link but the pictures pretty much say it all. Not sure what they use to wipe off the leaves, maybe a little rubbing alcohol??? Any ideas?

Sorry no link but the pictures pretty much say it all. Not sure what they use to wipe off the leaves, maybe a little rubbing alcohol??? Any ideas?

LOVE, LOVE these!!!! Tree Goblet: A Clear Goblet with adorned gnarled branches and painted leaves

LOVE, LOVE these!!!! Tree Goblet: A Clear Goblet with adorned gnarled branches and painted leaves

Ending our week of visual storytelling, we're featuring this polymer clay pendant by Alisa Maskaeva. The message could by many things, and it certainly makes one stop and think. Sometimes it's great to put your message out there, but other times, it's great to let the viewer connect with a piece themselves. See more of Alisa's work and do our Inspirational Challenge at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/11880

Ending our week of visual storytelling, we're featuring this polymer clay pendant by Alisa Maskaeva. The message could by many things, and it certainly makes one stop and think. Sometimes it's great to put your message out there, but other times, it's great to let the viewer connect with a piece themselves. See more of Alisa's work and do our Inspirational Challenge at The Polymer Arts magazine blog, http://www.thepolymerarts.com/blog/11880

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