Thursday, January 16, 2014

Ancient Artifacts: The Crackle Glaze Technique

by Staci Louise Smith



I am so excited to finally share what I have been working on.  I know I have mentioned this project I have going on for some time now.......well, today is the reveal.
 
 
I wrote my first tutorial for Etsy!  It is available right now in my shop.
 
 


I am really excited to be able to share this with everyone.  I wrote it in 4 easy to understand sections so you can mix and match the techniques, to create different finished products each time. 
I think it is a really fun, and informative tutorial that will allow you to create some wonderful effects on your polymer clay.
 
So there it is!  I hope you enjoy it- and I can't wait to see what you guys make.




 
 




4 comments:

TesoriTrovati said...

You are so awesome. I love the look of what you do and you are so generous to share that technique! I hope that it does well for you and I am so excited for this new venture! Enjoy the day, Miss Staci! Erin

NuminosityBeads said...

You go, Staci! I wish you the greatest success in your tutorial business and that you have lots of crackle babies all over the world! ( not to be confused with crack babies, mind you)

Betsi Goutal said...

Fabulous tutorial! ...Yes, I already ran over to Etsy and snagged it! I had already planned on buying some polyclay tutes today and when I saw this post I pounced on that listing. Really well-written and inspiring! Off to go leave feedback to that effect. :)

Shaiha said...

Those beads are just lovely! Good luck with your new tutorial business.

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