Ocean Commotion: Mosaic Assemblage with Polymer and Epoxy Clays!


In this course you will enter an underwater world of possibilities by exploring the Mosaic Assemblage style using polymer clay and epoxy clay and incorporating mixed media embellishments. Because we use almost anything in creating the mosaic assemblage, you will be able to dig deep into your creative stash and find exciting ways to finally use all those lovely beads, findings, and crafty things you’ve been accumulating. Doesn’t that sound fun?!

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In-Depth Instructions

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What You Will Learn

Class 01:

  • Overview of the course
  • Why I love polymer clay / polymer clay basics
  • Let’s make sculptural a starfish from polymer clay
  • Let’s talk about powders
  • Adding powders to your starfish and setting it in the bezel
  • Let’s begin to make an octopus / mixing marbled color polymer clay

Class 02:

  • Making an octopus from polymer clay
  • Adding powders to your octopus
  • Let’s talk about baking polymer clay

Class 03:

  • Let’s talk about sgraffito
  • Let’s make a sea turtle from polymer clay
  • Let’s add gold leaf to our turtle / let’s use the sgraffito technique to add designs
  • Let’s explore a sgraffito variation with powder
  • Let’s talk about tesserae (tiles)

Class 04:

  • Let’s create polymer sheets from which to make tesserae (tiles)
  • Let’s sculpt a fish from polymer clay
  • Let’s add the tesserae (tiles) to our fish
  • Adding powder to our fish

Class 05:

  • Let’s talk about epoxy clay
  • Let’s talk about embellishments for the mosaic assemblage part of our projects
  • Let’s look at a few other tools we’ll use
  • Time to begin our starfish assemblage by first looking at the embellishments we can use

Class 06:

  • How to mix up epoxy clay
  • Let’s assemble our starfish pendant
  • Let’s make a sand ring from our leftover epoxy clay
  • Adding an epoxy clay shell to the turtle and covering it with mosaic assemblage

Class 07:

  • We keep on going with the turtle assemblage on his driftwood base!
  • Let’s look at embellishments for the base
  • Smashy smashy! How to break a ceramic to create mosaic shards
  • Let’s talk about screws! And why we need to add them to the turtle and the wood
  • Let’s attach the turtle to the wood / create the mosaic ‘puddle’
  • It’s octopus time – let’s look at embellishments for his mosaic scene
  • Let’s snip filati glass
  • Designing the scene shape / mixing epoxy clay / creating a freeform shape on a non-
    stick surface
  • Let’s add sand rings to the scene
  • Adding the octopus and creating the black crystal swath

Class 08:

  • Continuing the octopus’ garden scene – adding the corals
  • Let’s use those filati glass snips to make a flower pattern / variation using tube beads
  • Adding texture to the epoxy clay
  • Let’s add the shell section
  • Let’s make a spikey sea accent / add it to the scene
  • Let’s talk about the fish assemblage and working directly on a tile
  • Let’s begin the fish assemblage by looking at embellishment possibilities
  • How to fracture a rock cabochon
  • Mixing up epoxy clay and adding the fractured rock
  • Let’s assemble the rocky ocean bottom of the scene using so many things

Class 09:

  • Let’s keep on assembling our rocky ocean bottom
  • Adding powders
  • Let’s make dimensional coral mosaics in the scene / add powders
  • Let’s add the fish and create pearly waves and ocean currents
  • Let’s add powders to make the details pop
  • Time to talk finishing – making sure all your pieces are finished properly
  • Let’s add a hanging hook to the back of the octopus’ garden scene
  • Final wrap up thoughts


  • Bonus class: Jelly Pendant
  • “Fugu Fish” PDF Download
  • Supplies list

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Mosaic Assemblage

Time table:
9 hours

Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:

Main objective:
Learn how to create a mosaic assemblage style piece using polymer clay and epoxy clay and incorporating mixed media embellishments.


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