Beaded Mosaics Workshop Student Portal Page

with Corliss Rose – Saturday, May 1, 2021 – 9:00 am PDT, 10 am MDT, 11 am CDT, 12 noon EDT

Welcome! This page contains sources for supplies, videos for brushing up on basic skills, and downloadable PDF documents (tools list)

Contact Corliss with any questions:

PDF Downloads

Tools List (PDF format)

Sources for viewing videos, purchasing beads, clay, and supplies are suggestions only. I’ve reviewed the video and found the instruction to be clear. I’ve also used most of the vendors for ordering products to my satisfaction. However, I cannot guarantee your experience, the quality of the merchandise you receive, or the delivery time promised.

Video: Conditioning Polymer Clay
Jessama tutorials – 14 minutes 19 seconds – open source
She demonstrates conditioning Kato, FIMO, and Premo
Click to View the Video


Suggested USA Sources for Products – Beads and Embellishments

Jewelry Supply
for beads, findings, and beading supplies

for beads and supplies. They also feature beads for sale in selected color groups.

Michaels Craft
stackable plastic containers for storing beads

Dick Blick Art Supplies
for Apoxie Sculpt in Black and other colors

Aves Studio
Manufacturers of Apoxie Sculpt in 12 Colors

Rings and Things
Nickel Bar Pinbacks

Fire Mountain Gems
Commercial Bezels and Settings for Bead Mosaics – also a source for seed beads

Suggested USA Sources for Polymer Clay Related Supplies

Genesis Thick Medium – a perfect agent for bonding cured clay to raw clay (can be used with Premo. Souffle, FIMO). It has the consistency of petroleum jelly.
This is the “THICK MEDIUM” Gel – not any other type. The link shows Thinning Medium and Glazing Gel too.
You want to select the product that says Thick Medium on the label.
from Jerry’s Artarama:

Liquid Sculpey – a perfect agent for bonding cured clay to raw clay (can be used with Premo. Souffle, FIMO). It has a thick, liquid consistency.
from Polymer Clay Superstore:
from Sculpey:

The Polymer Clay Extruder – This is an optional tool for the workshop but if you do have one (or purchase one) it will prove to be very handy. Don’t worry. You can easily do all-polymer bezel construction by hand. The tool just lends some ease to the process. The image shown is the “FIMO” brand polymer clay extruder. It is around $40 US.
The link to Amazon is given here.