June means polymer at weddings

Wait, wait! We can’t go through the month of June without talking about polymer wedding cake toppers.

My most recent favorite is Spain’s Noemi Hurtado who pays attention to every detail. From noses to fabrics to hair to flowers, Noemi makes a faithful copy of the couple in miniature. The “before and after” photos on herĀ FlickrĀ galleries and her blog kept me reading longer than I intended to stay.

Since I was in a romantic frame of mind, I popped into Heather Wynn’s Etsy shop and facebook fan page. Always good for a tug at your heart.

Beginners tutorial

Sandy's paperclip bracelet tutorial

If you’re looking for a good beginner’s polymer clay project, check out Sandy’s jewelry made with polymer and round paper clips. Easy, peezy.

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  • reply Jeannie ,

    Hey, is that a Vera Wang? The cake toppers are quite a conversion piece.
    Thanks for the easy tut.

    • reply Polymer Clay Projects ,

      Thanks for the information:-)

      • reply Trina Williams ,

        That bracelet will be great for my seniors. They love the clay and making jewelry. Our button project was too hard for them but they did better today
        making extruded bracelets on coke cans. (Guess who extruded 36 bracelet
        pieces at 5 am?)

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