I made cute little flag beads a bit ago and figured I would write up the process and point it. I did a much looser version years ago but did a more fleshed out one and loaded it up today. Have fun, let me know what needs fixing if you see anything.
This applies to my site and my polymer clay life as well, of course. I’m going through the tedious process of converting materials from here into better formats and layouts. Some of it needs updating because I’ve improved and the clay work explained on here needs to be corrected. Other items need updating because I’ve learned how to use better tools for production content making.
First up: I updated the quickie Skinner Blend Plug tutorial. I added a section on how to make the blend, created new pictures and laid it out more effectively. I may need to take the image sizes down a notch but overall I’m pleased. For added fun, I ran the images through a slide show program and posted that on my Instagram so you can see the whole deal as a simple video. Once I shrink the images a bit, I’ll make an animated gif version for here.
The Internet is full of clever folks – sometimes at least, right? – and one of them got #the100DayProject going as a prompt on Instagram. It started April 4th and I hopped in on the polymer clay version with #100DaysOfPolymerClay. If all goes well, it ends mid July and life goes on.
I’m not particularly awesome about finishing these sorts of projects up but I do like them and, hey, while I’m keeping up I am putting up way more content than if I just skipped the whole deal. These are my Day 1 to 6: