Polymer clay is a favorite material for many crafters because it's so versatile. Those interested in creating miniatures - like small version of Domo Kun or tiny, hamster-sized apple pies - can easily mold the clay into any shape they wish, while jewelers enjoy polymer clay because you can experiment with different colors to produce all types of effects.
One popular polymer clay bead effect is marbeling, which involves spinning together several colors of polymer clay, pressing the clay together in the pasta machine, and then rolling the clay into a ball. To get tips on how to make marbeled polymer beads, watch the video.
Join artist and best-selling author Ronna Sarvas Weltman in exciting watch-and-learn lessons as she shows you step by step how to create fun and fabulous polymer clay beads.