Polymer clay tutorial, Openwork Pendants, Voronoi-style jewelry, pdf tutorial, original technique

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Skill level: intermediate to advanced.

The designs shown in this tutorial were inspired by the images one may see under a microscope: plant and animal cells, pollen grains, insect eggs, etc.

All these designs are based on the same concept as a honey comb. As you remember, a honey comb is quite a strong structure, although it consists of the cells with very thin walls. I am using the same idea, except that the shape of cells is different for each pendant.

This tutorial includes 27 pages of step-by-step instructions with helpful tips and more than 60 detailed pictures. A separate section is devoted to possible errors and how to fix or avoid them. As you can see from the Example pages, this tutorial explains how to make different openwork structures (such as the white ones in the first photo of this listing). The pendants in color shown in the 4-th picture are not covered in this tutorial; I am showing them here just to demonstrate the possibilities of this technique.

This is a new revision of the original Openwork Pendants tutorial. In this version the step that used to require a waiting period of up to a few days is now reduced to a couple of hours.

I will show you how to form the pendants with and without polymer clay background and how to assemble these pendants into a simple yet impressive necklace.

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I hope you will enjoy this tutorial and find many uses for this technique in many of your future creations. I also hope that you will understand how much work went into this tutorial and will respect my copyright. If you want to share any part of these instructions with your friends, please refer them to my web site or Etsy shop (www.PolymerTutorials.com or https://www.etsy.com/shop/PolymerClayTutorials).



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Love it. Thanks so much.
Jul 31, 2017 by Robin Shoory
Very well explained - interesting technique.
May 12, 2017 by kbee65
I NEVER would have figured out how this technique was done on my own! Thank you so much for sharing. You have a gift for teaching.
May 10, 2017 by Carol Rosinski
I continue to be impressed with the detail and clarity of your tutorials. They have helped me expand skills and open my own creativity.
Nov 18, 2016 by Lorraine Anzaldo
Molto bello, spiegato bene e passo dopo passo.
Oct 11, 2016 by Marina Melgara
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