This ‘Christmas Tree’ tutorial shows you how to create your own unique decorations using polymer clay.
In this box you’ll find a comprehensive 13 page tutorial booklet in which Dani will show you how to create these cute little polymer clay Christmas tree decorations. There is also a mini tutorial included on how to condition polymer clay.
Many of the techniques in this tutorial can be applied to other projects.
This project/kit is for students of all skill levels.
What’s in the Box?
- Step by Step Instruction Guide
- Polymer Clay (Sculpey Premo) in Gold, Bright Green Pearl, Frost White Glitter, Pomegranate and Burnt Umber
- Star Metal Beads
- a Swarovski Crystal Star Bead
- Premo Cutter Set (Round)
- Kemper Cutter (Round)
- Ball Stylus/Dotting Tools
- Quality Acrylic Paints in a variety of colours
- Wet & Dry Sandpaper
- Fishing Line
There are enough supplies in this kit to create several Christmas tree decorations. How many will depend on the size you decide to make.
Also included in the price of this kit is lifetime access to our Facebook Makers Group – ‘Whimsical Makers’ – and email support from us if you get stuck with anything or just need some advice.
What You Will Need (NOT Included in the Box):
Please note, the materials listed as ‘Optional’ really are optional. You can create this project without the items marked as ‘Optional’.
- Tissue Blade
- Acrylic Roller/Rod (optional if you have a pasta machine)
- Pasta Machine (optional)
- Needle Tool or Skewer
- Oven Thermometer (highly recommended!)
- Oven (you can use your home oven if desired)
- Soft Cloth (optional)
- Small Star Cutter (optional)
- Florist Foam (or similar) (optional)
- Round Nose Pliers
- Cutters (Pliers)
If you have any questions or concerns please get in touch.
I ask that you please read and follow our copyright policy as set out in the tutorial booklet included in this kit.
This Tutorial is to be used for personal use by the purchaser only. It is not to be distributed, shared, reproduced or used as a teaching tool in any way without express written permission of The Whimsical Bead.
I ask that you please respect this is my source of income. It is my livelihood. Many years of hard work, passion and soul go into not only my research and experiments but also my workshops and tutorials.