Step 1: Tools and Materials
* tape roll - I have painted the inside in white
* polymer clay
- Grey for foundation
- 4 shades of green(one for stem/2 for leafes and one for the middle of each flower)
- 3 shades of blue/purple
* fabric to make texture
* flower cutters
* clay sculpting tools (this is really not neccesary, you can just use your hands to form leafes and tooth pics)
Step 2: Foundation
To remove finger prints and add structure, I pushed a piece of fabric down into the clay.
Cut off any extra clay that hangs over the edges.
Step 3: Leafes and Stem
Then it's time for leafes. I tried to make them look like Hepatica leafes. I used two kinds of green, one dark and one lighter.
I then used a tool (toothpic works fine!) to make the veiners.
I free formed the leafes, some is bigger and some is smaller. This makes it more natural.
Step 4: Flowers
After this the clay is done so it should go into the oven for 30 min at 110 degrees celsius.
Step 5: Paint
This is only a question of taste.
This is a perfect thing to practise clay sculpting on, only imagination can stop you.