Cranberries in polymer

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Are you thinking cranberries? Even if you don’t like the taste you gotta love the color. The UK’s Clare Lloyd captures mouthwatering berry colors beautifully.

From deep pinks through reds, burgundies, and dark currants, each of Clare’s colors is luscious.

A look at her palettes on FolksyPinterest, Instagram and Facebook may prompt you to mix your own batch of winter reds.

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Can you imagine cutting these polymer pieces by hand? Today’s die cutting machines make delicate cutting much easier. Join me for a Craftcast online class this Saturday to see how.

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  • reply Christina ,

    Although I LOVE this site, this is my first comment. These beads inspired me (a newbie) to mix my own colors with some really old scrap clay given to me by a friend. I was going to throw the ancient Sculpey away, but remembered these beads…. I took a tip from Cindy Lietz’ video: “Polymer Clay Color Mixing Trick – Color Plus 1 Method” and created gorgeous colors! The scrap was Sculpey, which is really soft, but I hope I can make some beautiful beads.

    • reply Clare ,

      Hi Cynthia, I’ve only just found this post via Folksy and wanted to say thank you so much for mentioning my work – I really appreciate it. Amazing site and very inspiring. Thanks again, Clare

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