(“Sutton Slice Success” was first published in my key-crafts.com website)

Using texture stamps to create the ‘Sutton Slice’ technique

A couple of years ago I was lucky enough to attend one of Lisa Pavelka‘s brilliant workshops, which was a master-class on using this technique, which she developed (accidentally!!) with fellow artist Pete Sutton.

I had attempted a couple of Sutton Slice designs before, but was only partially successful.

But since Lisa’s class, I am now able to create the Sutton-iest of slices. Yay!

stamp:

Lisa Pavelka's sutton slice polymer clay technique - swirlyQ texture stamp
Blue swirls

 

 

"Garden Glory" stamp:

Lisa Pavelka sutton slice technique lisa pavelka garden glory polymer clay stamp
Garden Glory stamp on yellow

 

sutton slice polymer clay technique - lisa pavelka garden glory texture stamp
Garden glory stamp on yellow and black

 

sutton slice polymer clay technique - lisa pavelka garden glory texture stamp
Garden Glory stamp on black

 

 

 

And my favourite piece so far:

sutton slice polymer clay technique - covered tin
Sutton slice – covered tin

 

lisa pavelka purple sutton slice polymer clay technique - covered tin
Sutton slice – covered tin from front

 

I love Lisa’s classes, but if you can’t get to one yourself don’t panic —  she has put an instructional video onto YouTube.