Jan 9, 2009

Polymer Clay Bead Cap Tutorial

Have you ever wondered what your beads or gemstones would look like with your own handmade bead caps?
This tutorial shows you how to produce versatile, attractive and durable bead caps from polymer clay. These days, polymer clay's versatility allows it to simulate virtually any or most material. Polymer clay can simulate stone, wood, bone and even metal, as these bead caps will demonstrate. Decorative buttons are used as the basis of the texture of the bead caps. The finished bead caps fit 15mm beads, but other sizes can easily be made by choosing smaller (or larger) buttons for the mold.

For a mere $2.50 you get 5 Pages of 8 easy to follow steps and 13 photographs. Use the "Buy now" button below which will take you to a secure checkout via Paypal and your tutorial will come to you immediately via Payloadz.


2 Good Claymates said...

Hi Tina, Your tutorial looks like a lot of fun and can't wait to give it a try. I will let you know how they turn out! You are so creative and make a good teacher as your instructions are very clear to follow. Thanks so much.

Beadcomber said...

Thanks Carolyn! Would love to see what you do with them ;)

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