The Steampunk Phenomenon

Steampunk has edged it’s way into the polymer clay community. I love the idea of using old or unusual stuff and adding it into my work. Why throw it away if it can be salvaged for another use? The most common parts that show up in Steampunk are gears, cogs and other watch parts, but I’ve also seen chain, nail heads, eyelets, springs, zippers and much more. The possibilities are endless.

I’ve made a couple Steampunk pendants. Here’s my first try.
steampunk heart

I scoured the internet for some examples of polymer clay Steampunk for your enjoyment.

Jessica at Dollproject

Jessica at Dollproject


Rachel Ross

Rachel Ross


Cristalline

Cristalline


Gigglin Goth

Gigglin Goth


Laura Medeiros AKA Zoeowyn

Laura Medeiros AKA Zoeowyn

Blondesense

Blondesense


Terrie K

Terrie K


Christie Freisen

Christie Freisen


Kimberly Hart AKA Monster Kookies

Kimberly Hart AKA Monster Kookies


Dawn Schiller

Dawn Schiller

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