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clay, sculpting, horns, halloween, accessories
"These horns are perfect for those unique beasts who are ready to frolic on their own."

(my boyfriends descriptions crack me up!)

Posted by Zezerk from Portland, Oregon, United States • Published See Zezerk's 4 projects »
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Zezerk
Zezerk · Portland, Oregon, US · 4 projects
How to- get some polymer clay, roll out two balls, roll one end of ball to a tip, flatten other side, add texture with household items, make hole through side, bake, paint, glaze, add elastic band. Simple stuff. I was selling them, not anymore, go nuts! Have questions? Email me @ zezerk@gmail.com
Thanks fer all the compliments.
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Momo
Momo · Burlington, Vermont, US · 6 projects
These are beautiful! I'm actually looking to make something similar for a costume. Can you point me in the direction of tutorials on how to make these?
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SparrowFae
SparrowFae · Carthage, Missouri, US · 41 projects
The Renaissance Festival in my area sells tons of horns, of all different styles...I've always wanted some...I could be the child of a satyr and a nymph!
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Zezerk
Zezerk · Portland, Oregon, US · 4 projects
I found this link for polymer safety tips. Check it out, and remember that you should ALWAYS know what you are working with and possible effects that could occur. Happy

http://www.theartfulcrafter.com/tips-four.html

http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/cyclopedia/pc_safety_th.html
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Britta J.
Britta J. · Derby, England, GB · 67 projects
do you mean if something gets covered in clay it's hard to wash off clean?
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Zezerk
Zezerk · Portland, Oregon, US · 4 projects
Hey Thanks fellas!

*Tip* There are a ton of household items that make great texture. Try anything from.....pen caps, old jewelry, and tea steepers. The list goes on and on, but please do bare in mind that once you use something in clay it is dedicated to that purpose. (in case you didn't already know)
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Britta J.
Britta J. · Derby, England, GB · 67 projects
sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet Happy how did you get the patterns into it?
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michelle G.
michelle G. · Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA · 1258 projects
wow, I like ur clayworks
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