How to Sculpt a Polymer Clay Fairy House
What you'll learn
In this class, Lizzie Campbell from Clay Disarray will show in detail how to sculpt this adorable Fairy Toadstool House with polymer clay, with a focus on how to create different textures with a needle tool and a ball tool. It’s a really versatile design so if you don’t have all the colors of polymer clay used in this class, you could easily modify the sculpture with any polymer clay you have available to you. In fact, you’re encouraged to make your fairy house your own in your own unique style – so feel free to switch up colors and add other elements too! You’ll be shown all the tools you need to make the example Fairy Toadstool House before we look at how to sculpt the base, the house, and the roof, as well as how to create flowers and leaves to decorate the piece.
Materials and tools used in this class
I found that class mesmerizing! What a fantastic tutorial and such a beautiful end result. I can't wait to try it out. Thankyou.
Great class very informative. She made it look easy! I am going to try this. Thanks!
This class has 8 sessions (41m)
Check out the preview to get a sneak peek at sculpting this adorable Fairy Toadstool House with polymer clay.
In this class, we’ll look at what tools you need, as well as what colors of polymer clay used to create the artwork.Included
This class focuses on creating the base, including how to create texture with a needle tool to create a grass effect, before building and adding a path.
Here we look at how to create the main part of the house using foil and polymer clay.
To add some detail to the house, in this class you’ll be shown how to make a door and window.
This class will show you how to make your own cutting tools with a tealight candle metal casing before we move on to making tiny house and leaves to adorn the Fairy Toadstool House.
Every house needs a roof and in this class, we’ll go through how to make a toadstool top.
In this class, we’ll go through some baking basics before finishing the completed artwork off with some Sculpey glaze.
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