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Sculpt Miniature Mushroom Earrings from Polymer Clay

Stephanie Kilgast, Award winning contemporary artist.

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8 Videos (20m)
    • Intro

      2:26
    • Supplies

      1:18
    • Mushroom Cap

      3:18
    • Mushroom Into Earrings

      1:18
    • Mushroom Stems

      6:24
    • Highlighting

      2:26
    • Sealing

      1:08
    • Outro

      1:30

About This Class

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A fun project based class where I'll guide you through making your own mushroom earrings using polymer clay.
These could also make a fun gift for your loved ones!

I am a professional sculpter who has been sculpting since 2008, and I will guide you through easy to follow steps with simple tools so you can make your very own pair of mushroom earrings.

The class is built as follows :
- Introduction
- Supplies
- Making the Mushroom Cap
- Mushrooms into Earrings
- Making the Mushroom Stems
- Highlighting
- Sealing
- Final Words

Once you have finished your project, please share it with the class!
If you want to share it on social media, tag me @petitplat and use the hashtag #petitplatclasses

Have fun!
xx
Stéphanie

www.petitplat.fr
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All music by Amarante
Ultraviolet (Instrumental), Elapsed Euphoria (Instrumental), Good Morning Fire Eater (I AM Somebody vs Copeland - Amarante Cover), My Dark Side (Instrumental), Enchanting the Enchanterer (Instrumental)

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Stephanie does a great job of explaining the techniques needed to achieve this realistic look. She's very talented.
Linda Smith

I love art.

As usual, with Stephanie's classes, you get a very detailed, step by step process, and a fun end result with so many possibilities to explore!

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Stephanie Kilgast

Award winning contemporary artist.

Inspired by natural forms, St?phanie Kilgast grows colorful organic sculptures on abstract backgrounds, celebrating the beauty of nature and opposing it with abstraction, often a metaphor for the brutal impact of human activities on Earth's biodiversity.
Yet, the opposition between biodiversity and human activities also creates a beautiful artwork, a subtle balance to obtain true sustainability.
She built her reputation and her sculpting skills around hyperrealistic miniature...

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