Trillium Flower Beads Online Workshop

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Learn a few of my favorite polymer clay magic tricks to create complex looking beads from simple layered designs. It's really so much easier than it looks! Create 'canes', pictures in long tubes, that you'll slice off and apply to decorate the beads. You'll make a trillium cane, leaves, and two easy accent flowers canes. We'll cover color tips, bead shapes and best practices for making professional looking beads.

This class is for all skill levels - from complete beginners to bonafide clay addicts!

Facebook Group

Join the optional Facebook group to share your creations and get to know your fellow students.

What to expect:

The workbook and videos will be posted in the private online class (a blogger blog) on August 17th. You will have lifetime access to the class materials and Facebook group. Download your materials anytime and work on your schedule.

Supply List:

Pasta Machine 

Acrylic roller/rod

Tissue Blade 

Work surface - glass, ceramic or cardstock will work

Wire in 20 and 18 gauge steel wire or commercial bead mandrels

Oven (toaster oven for polymer clay or your home oven can be used)

Dedicated baking sheet for polymer clay

Clay: Below is the basic suggested amounts for the projects created in the class. You will want to have lots of clay on hand to practice and explore the color palettes.

Premo Clay in 2 oz. packages in the following colors to create the beads shown:

1 of each: 

Premo: White, Wasabi, Spanish Olive, White, Transparent, Jungle, Blush, Peacock Pearl

Souffle: Mia Tai

Sculpey III: Suede

*Watch for sales at the craft stores for the best prices on polymer clay. Munro Crafts is my favorite place to order online. 

Class Requirements:

You'll need access to the internet, Adobe Reader (it's free here), and an email account to access the classroom. A Facebook account is required to join the the optional Facebook group. A camera is also optional if you'd like to take photos of your projects for feedback or questions. 

I recommend Premo clay for the best results for this class. 

Copyright Notice:

1. The images, text and classroom materials may not be shared with anyone or posted anywhere online.

2. You may create the beads in the assignments to use in your jewelry for personal use or to sell. 

3. Please respect my copyright and designs. You may not sell exact copies of my beads from the tutorial.