Hi Guys its Cindy Lietz, your Polymer ClayTutor, and in today's video I'm going to teach you how to make a Backgroundless Tulip cane.
And this cane here was inspired by a brokenwooden tulip I had sitting around the studio, and I was about to put it away and I lookedat it and thought, oh my goodness that looks just like a Polymer Clay Cane.
I'm gonna show you a few examples here ofwhat can be made.
Here is a necklace I made using some of thecane baked up and sliced into cane size beads.
I've also got a pair of earrings here thatI’ve done the similar cane slices, but I’ve drilled the hole… instead of going sideto side, I've drilled it from top to bottom, and then put it on these little Tulip Earrings,that I bent the wire just to look exactly like the leaf and the whole tulip plant.
I also have a necklace here where I've usedthe cane on a focal bead that I’ve turned into a tassel for this necklace here, andthen I took a section of the cane and made a little dome shaped bead for the top of thisfocal bead here.
Now the colors you're gonna need for thisproject are from the sculpted parrot tulip beads.
See you next time and bye for now.