My Working Process

There is a lot to consider when I am designing jewelry with Polymer clay.
Depending on what I am creating some have lots of steps, but all go thru the
same BASIC PROCEDURE which I am doing this demonstration.

1 Design and decide the color of clay and tools needed
2 Condition clay either with roller or pasta machine
3 Cut the patterns with cutters, and smooth all the edges4 Prepare the beads
to be cured (bake in dedicated toaster oven.
4 Cure at the required temperature 257 degrees and from start to finish 1
hour, and cool.
5 Sanding with several grits, 400,600, 1200, 4000, and 6000 on each bead.
6 Drill any necessary holes if needed.
7 Glaze each bead with Varathane or Sculpey varnish and dry.
8 Gather all the jewelry findings, etc. and assemble the necklace and earrings.

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My Havanese Pups

Amia and Rosie! They love to sit under my work table and watch me work!

Contact Me

Liz Fisher Artistry

Goldthwaite, TX

Email: lbfisher@beadsandthingsbyliz.com

Tel: (325) 938-0299

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