For this technique, work with polymer clay will require: - Polymer clay of black, yellow, orange, blue and green colors - Toothpicks - Roller - Foil - Blade - Cutting form From yellow and orange polymer clay, we form shapes with a cut in the form of a drop. From the green PG we form a figure with a crescent on the cut. Also from green plastic we roll sausage. From the blue we form a "drop" and sausage. We cut all the teardrop-shaped figures vertically into two parts. Thinly roll the black SG into the formation using a rolling pin. From the half of the blue drop form a complete droplet, glue it to the black PG. We cut off excess black polymer clay with a blade and glue the figure with orange halves on both sides. Just paste the resulting figure with black plastic. Remove the black surplus and pasted the yellow halves of our bud. Again we glue in black. Now paste the bud at once with orange and yellow halves. Cut the blue sausage from the plastic across. We paste one half into the base of the bud. We glue the whole structure with a thinly rolled black polymer clay. We firmly press the plastic to the base, outlining all the bends, remove the excess. From the green sausage we form the "half", we roll out the black plastic. We glue the green halves black and attach the blue to the base. We glue the parts together and get a layered "half". We glue this half to the base of our bud. We glue the structures with a layer of black PG. We roll black sausage. We put it in the green crescent moon. We sharpen the green part. The flattened black sausages are glued to the base of the bud. At this stage, we should get two products - sausage with a bud and a sausage-sheet. Gradually stretch the bud and leaf to a length of at least 20 cm. We divide the stretched sausages into 5 parts with a blade. Pull out the leaves. We sharpen them on both sides. We begin to form a key. Alternating lay out the buds and leaves. Roll out a piece of blue plastic. Turn it in black. We cut the sausage with a blade in half, fold, cut and fold again. Again, cut and fold, roll the resulting structure into sausage. We use the sausage as a core, and around it we continue to lay out parts of the Keynes from polymer clay. From black plastic we form triangular elements. We put these elements in the places of joints of leaves and buds. Fill all the joints. Begin to smoothly squeeze Kane. We stretch out the kein by hand and slightly roll it out. When squeezing and stretching, the edges of the pattern are smeared, so the excess plastic with a greased pattern can be safely cut. Press the key to the desired size and make a reference slice. In order to form beads, we prepare toothpicks, foil, scraps and plastic debris, a cutout mold, a rolling pin, and make thin cuts from the keine. Use a rolling pin to roll out the scraps of plastic. Shape many similar pieces. This is the basis for beads. We roll balls from pieces. Each ball is pasted with two cuts of Keynes. The joints of the sections are neatly connected. Roll the bead out of the polymer clay, keeping the shape of the ball, until it becomes perfectly round and smooth. We make a hole in the bead with a toothpick and stick it into the foil directly on this toothpick (we need to form a dense stable lump from the foil). It remains only to bake and you can create unique beads-earrings-bracelets and all that the soul desires.