Radosevich on PCDaily

Arizona’s Amber Radosevich was all about bugs – making caterpillars, arachnids, butterflies and such in polymer.

When she started experimenting with translucent polymer, her work took a turn to amber and imitative glass. She’s come up with some innovative methods and clever solutions for making hollow beads and she’s not done playing yet.

Radosevich on PCDaily

If translucent beads have been calling you, take a look at her tutorials. I bought one tutorial to test and now I want to know all her tricks. Headpins? Disks? Bumpy beads? She continues to turn out tutorials. Here’s her Etsy shop and her Facebook page.

Hope you didn’t have other plans for the weekend because you may be distracted.

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  • reply Sonya's Polymer Creations ,

    Wonderful work, Amber! And thank you for this precious information about tutorials on imitative glass, Cynthia! I know what I’ll be busy with this weekend….

    • reply Amber ,

      Thank you, Sonya! I hope you have fun with it 🙂

    • reply Cathy Graziano ,

      OMG! I can’t wait to try these techniques! I thought I’d just “glance” at this before leaving for work. I’ll be thinking & designing in my head all day!!!

      • reply Amber ,

        I’d love to see what you come up with, Cathy!

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        Saw these on the ClayLessons site and thought they were EXTREMELY clever–innovations abound!

        • reply Amber ,

          I’m glad you liked them, Randee 🙂 Your Draconite pendants are amazing!

        • reply Bettina Welker ,

          I had to buy it as well last week – just out of curiosity – it’s a great tutorial – very clever 😉

          • reply Amber ,

            Thank you, Bettina 🙂

          • reply Sabine Spiesser ,

            What a wonderfully novel and creative way of using liquid Kato clay, Amber. I ordered 2 tutes and they are so well written and illustrated including pointing out possible pitfalls and problems. It takes faux glass another step beyond Sharon Solly’s work, she created fabulous solid beads. I can’t wait to get stuck into it once I can see my bench again.

            • reply Dyan Barrett ,

              one word , WOW

              • reply shedvl26 ,

                Why doesn’t someone post a free tutorial on you tube? Is she the only one that knows how to do this!

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