Openwork Dickey - Dickey in dough polymer [French only]

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Hello, it's Joe Patouille!

This tutorial is a part of my collection 'escape '.

This is a tutorial step by step giving you instructions to achieve "Plastron Ajoure" which you can see the photo presentation.

Once the payment is made, you can download a PDF of 33 pages with more than 65 photos as well as an attached file with an example of printable template with the chest.

Although this tutorial is accessible to all, it is possible that some terms can seem a bit obscure to those who have never worked with of polymer clay.

To start, feel free to poke around on YouTube where you can find a lot of videos explaining how well to start with the polymer.

Description of the Plastron:

Among my various patouilleuses experiments, I have a special affection for necklaces, torcs and breastplates which often put the figure in value.

For this Dickey Ajoure, rather than dealing with an entire room with patterns, we will try this time to cut in order to run an original form.

You can reproduce the breastplate of this tutorial the same or attempt to use the method explained to cut shapes at your convenience, however, do not cut parts too thin in order not to compromise the Plastron.

I hope you like the tutorial, feel free to come see me on Facebook if you have any questions!

    Average review
    Me encanta! Tengo muchas ganas de ponerlo en práctica. Gracias
    Feb 17, 2017 by María Eugenia Permuy Abreu
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    Jan 26, 2017 by rebecagordon
    Super tuto tres bien expliqué
    Nov 29, 2016 by Lea Bousquet
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