Since I bought this tutorial I have done nearly, and I say nearly, nothing else as far as polymer clay. I usually make 200 to 300 beads in a week that I use to make my golf stroke counters and now I have no beads but I sure have a lot of Shimmering Batik pieces. I sold a few before they were even finished. I've used 2 bottles of Magic-Glos and I will need a 10 gallon drum at this rate. Tonight I'm making beads and who knows what wonderful piece of art tomorrow will bring.
My silver experiment.
My multi-color experiment
My green and purple experiment.
My red experiment with a pair of earrings I made for myself.
My first white and gold experiment. The toggle is gold plated and is a magnet. Easy for people to get on and off and pretty enough to wear next to the focal bead.
This is pearl clay, with layers of cane from a Jana Roberts Benzon class that I took two years ago. They do have Magic-Glos on them and need a couple more coats. Not sure what I'm going to do with them.
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST
The lemon meringue pie I made for Easter dessert from lemons from our tree. It was awesome.
A girls got to eat to keep up her strength to roll beads you know.