Polymer Clay: Helen Breil

Today we are featuring work by polymer clay artist Helen Breil. She uses PanPastel Colors in combination with her beautiful texture stamps & silkscreens to add color to polymer clay pieces.

Polymer Clay/PanPastel Tutorial by Helen Breil:

Helen also has a CraftCast class where she teaches how to create three dimensional wrap bracelets from polymer clay. Helen shows you how she uses PanPastel Colors and other media to create highlights over textures for striking results. More info here: CraftCast – Learn to Make Polymer Clay Wrap Bracelets with PanPastel

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