All photos shown are my original work. If you take a copy, just link back to my site with a message.

Ex: "This photo was taken by Dee Mckinney and copied from http://teachmeclay.com."

Beads anyone? These beautiful beads were made using Premo Accents Sculpey polymer clays, Adirondack alcohol inks and Mona Lisa's Simple Leaf Metal Foil. The bracelet shown in the second photo was created with 18 gauge Artistic Wire and a Thing A Ma Jig. More bracelets to come...

Check back often. This page is updated regularly.

Last update May 2015.

Just a few examples of some of my other pieces. I actually have lots of free flowing pendants, beads and earring pieces. As I take their photo's, I will place them on this page as well. 

Here are two of the pieces I am working on currently. After I finish wire wrapping and creating my chain by using s-links and chain maille, I will up date my photo's. Check back for the finished product. It should be complete in the next day or two.

These beauties are sitting on my work bench waiting for inspiration. You are seeing front and back views. Sometimes when you turn a piece over, it's hard deciding what will ultimately be the front and what will be the back of the piece. Check back later to see how they turn out.

HappyNewYear! I needed something to brighten up my New Year's outfit. In an hour I quickly crafted this right-angle weave bracelet & twisted earrings. They were a hit at the party. The last photo's are wire twists. These were a project for the New York Institute of Art & Design I attend.

The first three are made using Premo Accent polymer clay. For a complete description visit this post, Pendants Earrings With Premo Accents. The last two photo's were made using a mixture of Sculpey III colors. The chain and purple/yellow beads are hand crafted and wire wrapped.

I enjoy handmade crafting. Here are just a few samples of my manipulating chains for a different look. Some of the beads are made from polymer clay and others are store bought. Can you tell the difference? Like what you see? Then, visit my blog for more info, Teach Me Clay Blogspot

My friend, Jacy, fell in love with the first stone of this set and asked that I make something for her birthday, so I did. The pendant was made using Blue Pearl & Yellow Sculpey III. The chain I crafted with gold plated wire, bead spacers and jumprings. So, when's your birthday?

Made using Premo Accent polymer clay and ready to be chained. The polymer clay colors are Bronze, Peacock Pearl, 18k Gold and Navy Blue. For a full description, visit this post located on my blog, Pendants Earrings with Premo Accents.

Portfoli0

Portfolio is my photo collection of a few tutorials and finished pieces. The collection is not complete nor in any specific order. I upload my photos as time allows. Although polymer clay is my favorite medium, you will find I can't resist using beautiful beads I've purchased or playing with a wire twist or spiral. Enjoy!