Perles coussins en faux mokume gane

MOKUME Gane (MO-ku-may GAH-nay) is a beautiful, ancient Japanese metalsmithing technique that involves layering different colors of metal then impressing a texture or random design into the surface, which...
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Perles colorées

Je propose une ptit tuto pour toutes celles qui ont envie de retomber en enfance (ou qui n´en sont jamais sorties) : on va faire de la pâte ? modeler ! Oui mais comme on est des grandes maintenant, on...
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Perle chevron

True chevron beads are also called star beads, for obvious reasons, as you will see. They are glass, usually have 12 point star patterns and 4 to 8 layers. But there are many variations. Making chevron beads...
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Perle swirl selon Desiree

This technique is a great example of a delayed reaction for me. Many years ago someone in my guild demonstrated how to make a standard bicone bead shape using a flat plate. It didn´t exactly click with...
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Perle papillon

Although this technique is brand new (as far as I know), it couldn´t exist without a couple of great polymer clay pioneers, Judith Skinner for the "Skinner blend" and Mike Buesseler for the "Buesseler...
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Perles texturées et pearlexées

The first set of these beads came about through a happy accident ? I was playing with some scraps of foiled clay left over from another project and casually rolled out the slab from which the beads were cut....
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Perles de plume

These beads are the culmination of my experiments with Natasha or ´Inside Out´ beads. While I always loved the process of making Natasha beads, I wanted to find a way to control the end result more...