Friday, February 9, 2018

Finally Friday! Polymer Clay Journey: Bead Making

Yay it is finally Friday! That may mean a lot to some of you, To others like myself, We work at home studio - We're creating Knows no holidays. That's because we love what we do. When you love what you do, It is at work. Not saying it isn't Actual physical work, In fact, Many artists work very hard at what they do. What I am trying to say, Is that no matter how much energy and effort goes in to creating, It sure doesn't feel like 'work' as the world knows it.

Recently I was working on some cane construction, After mixing a variety of colors using Primo translucent clay, along with bits of coloured solid clay. As often happens, As I sliced off the ends of the canes, I started smooshing up the scraps. And voila, as always, A delightful, colourful surprise. In fact I often like the colourful surprises produced from smashing up clay bits So much, thatI find myself making "purposeful," scrap clay just to turn into beads or something.

Click here to see how I tweaked my Amaco Bead baking rack, thanks to the Polymer Clay Tutor's idea.

Watch the video below 
if you want to dive right into How I made cylinder beads using scraps of polymer clay.


Bead Making Hints & Tips
#1 Bringing Out The Best:
Accent your beads or pendants by selecting a specific colour out out your surprise mixture.

#2 Can't Stand Up?:
I know many clay artists say t "stand up and look down to find the center of a bead before poking." If you can't stand up, like I can't, to look above, while poking a hole in your beads- just do your best to look above and down. Poke a little and hold up the bead to double check where you are.
Begin centering the piercing pin and gently twist it half way down. Then turn it around, eyeball the center again and begin to twist gently. Pick up the bead as you carefully maneuver the pin through, trying to make it travel gently through to the other side- if you go
Some of my very first cane  beads
slowly and carefully, you will feel it slide into the channel already made. Then out, it will come.

#3 Drills Or Needles? Raw Or Cured?
Many clay artists prefer drilling holes into beads and such after curing in the oven. One reason, because they don't know where exactly where the hole should be. I get that. But I have tried to do it after and for myself, it is much more difficult to try to hand turn a hand drill into any bead with thickness.
That being said, I have concluded that for me and anyone with hand pain, strength issues- poking holes and planning prior to curing is best. And if you want a larger hole after, it is easier to use that hand drill after a thin hole is already baked in.

#4 To Sand Or Not To Sand?
Well, again this is done a  lot by many clay artists. To sand and buff to a beautiful shine is rewarding for sure. But with limited hand strength, I can not achieve the same degree of shine as others do. So if you are like me or don't want to worry about all that - don't give up or be discouraged. My life is about improvisation - figuring out how to do what you want but in a different way than others, accomplishing the same or similar end result.

Smooth, smooth, smooth. The smoother your raw clay pieces are,
My Amaco Bead Baking Rack  with Sugru
the less sanding you'd have to do after. Or you just glaze it after if you want. You definitely want your pieces to be as professional as you can. 

Stir, stir, stir! I learned the hard way. If you do use polyurethane water based or even oil MINwax -is good, stir to the bottom or the glaze will be sticky and even peel off. Be gentle, bubbles are icky.


Question for you today is?
Do you like to?
A) Avoid sanding and buffing at all cost?
B) Keep your beads Au Naturelle?
C) Prefer to glaze to a glossy gloss?
D) Or Do you use a matte glaze?
E) Or does it totally depend on each bead making method? 

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My first home Made Bead glazing rack



Thursday, February 8, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: Sgraffito Time - Scratch And See


Yesterday, I shared a new post with video about metal leafing, click here to see. And I said I was making a post with video tutorial about ways to incorporate metal leafing into or onto polymer clay.

Below is the video. It is meant to offer some ideas and inspire you to give metal leaf a try while using polymer clay.

Childhood Art Making Memory...
Sgraffito is one of the techniques I will be talking about. It is about scratching an image into the surface, revealing what is underneath. In fact, it was my dear Dad who first taught me scratch art (that is what we called it back then,). I suggest trying this method. We would cover a sheet of paper with a variety of colours using crayons. Then, using a heavy black oil pastel or a crayon that can coat the colours well. Then taking a metal scratching tool, like an eyeglass screw driver, start removing the black layer. That will reveal the colour underneath. I would just make lines and designs or you can draw an objective image. Watch the video below to learn what Objective and non-objective art is.

Watch the Video Below

Question for you today is?
What do you prefer?
A) Do you like drawing?
B) Do you like sculpting in polymer clay?
C) Do you like painting?
D) Are you still trying to find what art making method you prefer? 

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: Go! Leafs Go!

Hi guys! Hope you are having a warm winter, Especially if you win where it is actually winter in the northern parts of this world- That's Where we live! Yup, It has been about -30°C With the windchill. What is a wind chill you  ask? First you have an actual temperature on the thermometer, And then the wind comes up. Depending where that wind Is coming from, Like the north, It can make the air feel colder than the actual temperature. Hence the Windchill factor. Regardless, It's kind of cold Up here.

Today I wanted to introduce something that may or may not be new to you. It is called metal leaf. I have made an introduction video that you can watch below And then my next video Will be a polymer clay application for Metal leaf. Yes I am sharing it Because it is really cool to use it on polymer clay, Or in a polymer clay.

Watch Below
One of the artists who have inspired me the most When it comes to using metal clay or gold leaf, Is one of my favorites, The great, The fun, The imaginative Artist,  Christi Friesen! In fact the technique that I will show in the next video (I will post it within the week), Was inspired by her Sgraffito bead.

The metal leafing Technique has been around for 5000 years or so. I am not an expert on the history, All I know is it is really cool to use it with Polymer clay. It is also used in Cake decorating And other sweet Delights. However, I do not recommend eating your Metal leaf, no matter how good it might look. I am assuming there are edible types.
But we're here to talk about Artistic applications That are not edible!

I have purchased mine on eBay.ca. I find a lot of supplies that way, At a fairly low cost. I just search what I'm looking for, click on free shipping, and the "Buy Now" feature. It usually comes from Asia somewhere, So it can take a while to arrive. But I find it is worth waiting for. So if you're looking for metal leaf, Just search for Gold leaf and you will find what I did. As well look for nail art supplies,  and nail art powders - If you're looking for more polymer clay tools and enhancers.

I hope you're inspired to try Using this item. Just remember to not Use it in a windy area! In fact be careful not even to sneeze Where the package is open. You will find out more when you watch the video above.

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Monday, January 29, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: Video Share - What I Created With Some Of My Favourite Tube Beads


Hi guys! Hope you are all HeArtfully Creating! I am looking forward to spring, how about you? If you have been here before, you may know how much I love making tube beads with polymer clay. In fact, I got so hooked on them, I compiled quite a collection that kept me busy creating the beads instead of turning them into actual pieces of jewellery. These days, I have obsessed with making window clingies.

Does that happen to you? Do you discover new art making techniques or supplies and then that is all you can focus on until your next artistic discovery? That even happens to me with food choices as well. Eating a certain dish over and over until I can't look at it again!

Keeps life interesting (Guess it depends on your perspective.) Well, I want to share a short video of a new necklace that I did make as a result of my tube bead obsession. To watch it is right here below this:

This video was created for my A Bergie Creation Shop blog, so sorry, no Howard :o( Just thought it would be nice to show you how beautiful your creations can be when you add them to handmade jewellery pieces! Then maybe you will be inspired to pick up some of your collected pieces and place
them in a handmade piece of wearable art or something like that. Unless you create your beads or pendants and use them as you make them. There are artists out there who don't want to accumulate pieces. Whereas some are like me, build up my collection so I then can get reating jewellery.

Question for you today is?
Are you a 
A) Use as you create them artist?
OR
B) A Make them and accumulate them artist?

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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

STUDIO TALK: Art Supplies- Procrastinating and Swatching Alcohol Inks, Pens and Paints

Hi guys! First I want to apologize because I just noticed that I accidentally shared a post last night about my earring meant to be shared on my A Bergie Creation Shop blog. I will leave it, but  I was clearly on the sleepy side to mis-post that.
Art Supply Addiction?
Anyhoo, back to what I wanted to share. If you love creating, then you also may love art supplies!
oooooo.....art supplies. I do love using these gel pens.
Actually, I kind of like to collect art making supplies. This may be you too. I buy supplies thinking at the moment that I need that so I can use it for....(fill in the blank). So I buy whatever it is and often never end up using whatever it may be. Afterall, you never know right?

First I Must...
Have you ever set out to create, but then didn't start  creating because you got it stuck in your head that you just can't make anything until you re-organize your art supplies and/or studio first? Happens to me all the time. Nothing wrong with organizing your supplies or space but, it never ends up the way I said it would! All tidied up, re-sorted my tools and what not and the day is over with no art work.. Not even a doodle!
Pilot Retractable  Gel Pens
Well, one way to organize but at least create something, is to make swatches of some of those art supplies. Take a look and see. The gel pens from Pilot are one supply I do use. Gel pens normally frustrate me because they dry out. Because my hands are weak, I can't do the lid thing. So I found these great retractable gel pens that open and close with ust a click. Love them! Here are the swatches I doodled as I organized :o)
Adirondack Alcohol Inks
These inks are great for colouring polymer clay, metal and basically any surface- including your fingers! I did sample two Pinata alcohol inks that are metallics, silver and gold. Check out my swatch  blobs. You can make your swatches as neat and tidy as you want or be more organic and free form like I tend to be. Take a look.

How do you organize your pens, paints, inks and such?
Do you collect Art Supplies?
What are your top three art supplies?
My "Artistic" Ink Swatches   


Pinata Ink -Gold And Silver (Shake First!)


Lumiere Metallic - Jewel Colours Decorative Paints
I bought a sample set of these beautiful paints to use with my polymer clay pieces. To have a visual record of their beauty, I blended colours into each other. The metallic paints. inks and clays are so beautiful. I adore glitter and anything that sparkles and glistens.
Remember to shake or stir all thinks metallic because usually there are Mica particles that settle to the bottom.







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Do you Like to collect Art Supplies?
What are YOUR top three art supplies?

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

NEW Medium Hoops Just Being Listed!

Hi guys! Thanks to a great customer, I have decided to make more variations of ABC's Not So Mini Variations and TWISTER Hoops. Making these available in other metals and 20 gauge. Here are some pics. I will be making a highlight video soon.
Click here to see the listings so far!
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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Art Making Time: Custom Art Cards - How I Made Dad's 70th Birthday!

Yes, I have been sharing a lot of two dimensional polymer clay pieces lately. Makes sense because I love creating with that medium. Since HeArtfully Creating is all about Creativity in multidisciplinary areas, I do tend to focus on what I love doing the most at the time.
Well, yesterday, I was looking through old videos I had made hoping to make an advice/ tutorial type piece. It is pretty common to collect footage of so many ideas, that build and build and before you now it, you can't keep up. So it all gets shelved until five years later. So here is my recent discovery. Art advice and tutorials thankfully, are timeless and have value.
Here is a ten minute video about how you can make an effective personalized greeting card. This one was for my Dad's 70th (He is about to turn 75!) These days I have been working in digital format, so this video is all about making art the old fashioned way, fine tip marker, copic markers, pencil, illustration board and my old favourite, PRISMACOLOR Colored pencils.

Hope you learn a bit about what makes a personalized custom greeting card special. To give credit where credit is due, It was my sister Teresa, who first asked me decades ago, to start making custom cards. She gave me the ideas and I drew them on cardstock or board. People would often tell me that they framed their cards. Can't get more special than that.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: Faux Stained Glass - And A Composition Talk

Hope you guys are happily creating out there! I would love to hear from you and see your work, hear your ideas and questions. Please join our Heartfully Creating Facebook Group to do that. We also have a Facebook page.

Back to today's video sort of tutorial with a brief talk about composition. Composition is the overall visual appeal of our art work. The tips are valuable ones I learned in university and apply to all artistic disciplines.

Take a watch below to see my newest window decoration and learn a bit more about faux stained glass and composition.

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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: A PractiCLAY Project- Decorate Your Olive Oil Bottles

Hello everybody! Hope you are having a satisfying Saturday. It seems like it's been along time since I made a new tutorial. Well this one is another one of those practical Polymer clay Projects. Or as I like to collect practiCLAY- Get it? Okay maybe not that funny, But I try.

My husband brought home some new oil bottles from one of our favourite stores Canadian Tire. Of course now that I use polymer clay, When I see plain glass or something smooth and shiny that can go in an oven, and yes even tin cans, wooden boxes, anything I can go In the oven at 275°F....I envision covering it with polymer clay somehow. Blank canvases, Waiting to be Decorated.
Blank surfaces, waiting to be decorated. Time flies by faster than one realizes. And "life" as it happens, doesn't always permit time for having fun.

But I made sure I got to have fun This past week. The smooth Boring glass oil bottles Look pretty good If I do say so myself, And so does my husband.

Here is the video tutorial if you want to see What I did...
Watch below


Finishing notes:
Now they watch the video, You'll notice that I didn't discuss how I protected the polymer clay decorations on the bottles.
Because this technique is the same one used to make window clingies, The words Olive and Canola, Could just peel right off. So I made sure That the words were cut out As one connected piece. Once it was all baked and cooled, I coated the surface with an epoxy resin. I did push the resin past some of the letters Onto the glass, Hoping it would make sure The decorations stay on okay.

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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Polymer Clay Journey: Window Clingies- Faux Stained Glass Video Tutorial

Hi guys! Happy Saturday.
Right now where we live it is -30 Celsius. Needless to say, I will be staying inside creating or napping, depending how goes. Just wanted to share a new video tutorial featuring the sneak peek that I mentioned last time, more window clingies, also known as faux stained glass. I'm pretty hooked on making these beautiful window and mirror decorations. They make great gifts. It Is like your drawing with your craft knife, liquid polymer clay and alcohol inks.
Hope you're inspired to give it a try if you're not already hooked on it like I am.

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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

POLYMER CLAY JOURNEY: Pacticlay Project- Joystick Bling and A Hot Glue Gun Surprise

A Fun or Boring? Practical project Share
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A New Hand Drawn Illustration by Me: Facial Expressions

illustration by me, Anita Berglund
 Hi guys! Hope you are enjoying creating in some form or another. I want to share a recent drawing I just completed to illustrate another blog site I have called Walking Way Overrated. Below was an incomplete version and then I added and changed things like her facial expression. It is tricky for me to draw someone's mouth slanted to portray puzzled look.
halfway done
illustration by me, Anita Berglund
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Friday, December 22, 2017

Sneak Peek! Polymer Clay Journey: Even More Stained Glass Window Clingies

Guess what? I have been a tad hooked on creating faux stained glass window decorations. Right now our front door looks all bright and summery even though it's a typical white, winter day! As soon as I am ready, I will be making a new video. But for now, to brighten your day, I wanted to share a few sneak peeks of the newest creations.
Enjoy!
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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Polymer Clay Journey: It's Cane Season- Learn About Polymer Clay Caning

Most recent Complex cane, Abstract style- Anita Berglund
Yes it is Cane season! Okay, I am trying to be funny trying to come up with a word that works with the subject of this tutorial. Meaning, today I wanted talk about making canes with polymer clay. And yet I know Candy canes can be seen everywhere in December.  When I was a kid, it seems that everywhere you went someone was giving away candy cane.
With all this talk about Candy canes, you'd think that I love them. Nope, I don't. But it's just the best way to help explain cane making, be it with sugar or clay, and even in glass making.

For starters, here's my new video that shows examples of the various types of polymer Clay cane techniques that I've done so far. As well as, a wee bit of a tutorial- hoping that you will be inspired to try Caning if you haven't already.

Cane making, be it with sugar, glass or clay, is that you can create multiple images of the same design. It is a two dimensional design in a three dimensional form. As well, you can make that same image in various sizes. They're called canes, because once they're all made up, they look like a staff or a cane used for walking.

Which reminds me, our dear brother-in-law, Curly, passed away last month and he used to make handmade walking sticks for people he cared about, out of diamond willow (a type of tree), and they arm pretty much long and straight, hence the name cane....
Watch here "Polymer Clay Journey: 
It's Cane Season "

I found videos like the one below, about traditional candy making, very beneficial and useful, to help understand how caning comes together.
About the Candy making video below
Lofty Pursuits, is an interesting YouTube channel that features a candy making shop. The candy maker creates candies using the cane method. I enjoy listening to his commentary as he creates traditional beautiful candy. You can skip closer to the end to see the actual can come together. But I strongly suggest enjoying the entire video, if you have the time.

Now how do I make a Cane?
Well as you may have guessed already, there are many types of canes and therefore, a plethora of Cain making tutorials from trusted artists and companies in existence already. which means it is kind of redundant for me to redo something that has already been done so well in so many ways.
That is why, I decided to share a list of names and companies that you can click on, to go directly to polymer clay cane related tutorials- all in video format on YouTube. That's just the way I like them.

Learning from as many Polymer Clay artist as you can find on YouTube and elsewhere, it Is highly beneficial. Learning the basic skills like a bull's-eye, jelly roll, checkerboard and striped cane, along with learning the Skinner blend technique (for creating a gradation of two or more colours of polymer clay) make a great foundation for cane making, with polymer clay not sugar of course.

Click on the name, to see a mere sampling of the many tutorials on canes.
Christie Friesen- Just one of my most favourite clay artists ever!
Amy  Koranek of Polyform Products: Jelly Roll Cane
-checker board cane
-complex cane making
Kater Acres- Katie Askin makes the  pretty petal cane I mention in my video above
Val at Unruly Housewife-Leaf cane
Complex Caning: Teresa Salgado
Skinner Blend: Polymer Clay Tutor
Cernit in BELGIUM : Basic cane techniques
Jessama Tutorials: A Jellyroll cane

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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Polymer Clay Journey: Making Personalized Gifts- Figurines Tutorial. Video- Meet Jesse and Justin

Yes, I recently posted a compilation of the clay figurines I have created for gifts over the past couple of years. Strange thing is I thought I had videos of the beginning to end process on YouTube, but nope. So off to work I went and voila, here is a video intended to teach, encourage and inspire others to get out the polymer clay, tools, armature, powders, tape, tin foil and baking supplies and get sculpting your own personalized gift. My two male figures are about 8 inches tall. I don't have the patience for miniature scale.
Watch Tutorial Video Below.


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