DIY Polymer Clay Ombre Bead Necklace Tuorial from Delighted Momma here. This is definitely a great beginners’ project. Polymer clay often goes on sale for $1-$2 at Michaels (I prefer FIMO, but others prefer other brands). This necklace looks like it comes straight from Etsy. *Tips: be careful of fingerprints and never ever use anything that touches polymer clay with food again (I have a designated cheap toaster oven to bake my clay in). For more polymer clay posts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/polymer-clay
DIY Easy Glass Bead Bracelets Tutorial from Delighted Momma here. This is the perfect tutorial for introducing a child to beading because the tutorial clearly demonstrates how to use a crimp beads, jump rings, and how to attach a clasp.
Truebluemeandyou: Reblogging because this is an excellent tutorial for beginners.
DIY Half Circle Polymer Clay Bead Necklace Tutorial. I love the polymer clay tutorials from Delighted Momma because they are always so on trend, cheap, easy, and beautifully photographed. Tutorial from Delighted Momma here. *Michaels often has fimo or other brands of polymer clay on sale for $1 a block.
DIY Polymer Clay Braided Bracelets. This would be a great first project if you want to get into polymer clay (but remember to read the safety instructions - whatever touches polymer clay cannot touch food ever. I also have a cheap toaster oven I use that is dedicated to polymer clay). Tutorial from Delighted Momma here. *For more basic info on polymer clay go to Squidoo and read this article about brands, safety, tools etc… here.
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