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  • wyntxr.3348

    it looks real

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  • karina sulger

    so cute !!! loved em

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  • Clay Girl

    These are cute!!

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  • Tami Pixeltrash

    Question…why do you bake before adding the black bottom and feet? Just wondering.

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  • Vicki Blizzard

    Love! So much inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.

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  • Yva Lovee Arts

    Wonderful! New subbie here! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Wolf Lover

    wat degrees do u put it and how much time do i leave it oh and they r sooo cute and do i need to bake them

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  • aimee1177

    Very neat method. Gives a really cool look.

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  • Laura Ruschmeyer

    Hi Steph! I'm so impressed by your use of caning for this project I just might give it a try! I have never made a cain before but I will have to give it a go, my granddaughters would love the outcome!! So cool, Laura

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  • Dollightful

    So chubby and adorable! I love the techniques you took to achieve these little guys. You make it look easy!

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  • Lucie BLANC

    Why the title and the description are in French and the video in English ?

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  • ToutChat Tout

    J'adore !!!

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  • Leena Husa

    its a pasta machine, not a pasta maker

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  • Kayla Rotondi

    You and +sugarcharmshop should totally collab!

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  • misscréatives star officielle

    fuck you

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  • LPS Animates

    you should make an alpaca like if you agree

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  • Binky Melnik

    Absolutely fantastic! C'est epoustiflante! Not only is the caterpillar gorgeous, but the technique is fascinating, and you did a remarkable job demonstrating it in a no-nonsense fashion: it was fast, with no wasted effort, edited brilliantly, and I wasn't bored for one moment! I'd love to see more such incredible videos from you! You're an amazing artiste! 👏🏼

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  • Linda Britt

    This is great!

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  • Darkness Sword

    they are so cute. i ❤️ it. thnx

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  • Jayne Traeger-Bliss

    so much fun! thank you.

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  • DMS Dana

    Love these guys! Your color choices look amazing. 👍

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  • SCOT CAMPBELL FINE ART

    cool, so pretty!

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  • Ale Silva

    legal tem meu link

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  • PernelleVL

    Trop bien dait

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  • Arina

    Not feets, feet-foot. I think you didnt finish the shool.

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  • ShayanImmior

    Love your channel

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  • Flayia

    so cute… good job

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  • GummyTumor

    Why did it take Youtube so long to recommend your videos to me?! Your work is incredible. I'm binge watching all your videos. 🙂

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  • Francesca Marcucci

    love this channel! your art is amazing!!

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  • Anna Banana

    I often have trouble with making canes because no matter what i try, the colors always smear when i cut into it! Is there anything i do to prevent this? If you could answer, that would be great! Thx!

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  • ANGELA BARTON

    really beautiful, I love all you have done with your videos to bring this lovely art, your a very talented and inspiring lady,love watching you make them👍🐛🐜

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  • rj

    Why did it take me so long to find you? You are not only amazing at what you do, but your commentary is not only really helpful, it's also entertaining! I watched one video and that was all it took for me to subscribe.

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  • DarkRags

    black to the fuchsia caterpillars
    lovely video as normal 🙂

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  • Misty Winde

    Aww

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  • Patsy Ann Harrison

    Awesome.

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  • Ge. Lu.

    great work 🙂

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  • Brenin Carroll

    looks cool, don't like the process tho

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  • BeefyComputer

    I'm going to use glue since I don't have  liquid clay.

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  • CabbyHat

    Thumbs up for the feetsies

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  • MemeLord 437

    I'm going to try blue and black

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  • Jakey The Boi

    when i heard the feetsies i was like :3😁

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  • Zuleyka Rosario

    me encanto pero seria mas facil pintar con pintura negra en las partes color rosa asi no pasar tanto trabajo difuminando hay personas q no disponen esa maquina y solo tiene el rolo com el que usan para amasar pan

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  • Creative Confessions

    Very pretty! I will try this!

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  • Sanguinik

    This is amazing! Love your video and your caterpillars!

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  • julliana2ify

    You are an amazing artist…thank you so much for all of your videos. You inspire my polymer clay work.

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  • Bev Mace

    These are the cutest little caterpillars. Thank you.

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  • Virginie Montes

    beautiful ! !!!!!❤❤❤

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  • tracey brannon

    do you sell your art please say yes 😭

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  • Jacque Trussell

    Ok so I stumbled across this channel because I was just messing around on YouTube and I've watched a couple of videos and at first all I was thinking is 'she makes really cool art and I like her accent' and then you said "feetsies" at which point I completely lost my mind and that made me so happy. Plus one sub for you!

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  • TehRealCoralSnek

    Very noice. If i ever get into sculptures enough to buy colors, i'd definitely do this. Because i've always loved animals and how things like moths and butterflies change, i had a lot of memories with caterpillars.

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  • orange mctwisty mctwist

    This video triggered a dream I didn't watch it at first but put it on my watch later thing then went to sleep and I had a weird dream and there were a bunch of different caterpillars and I knew even in my dream that they were from this video

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  • Monica Leonard

    [Hears "feetsies"] [Subs]

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  • Purrecious Tabby

    OH MY GOSH THE CLAY IS BLACK TO THE FUCHIA

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  • DioraMadness

    Can somenone please count how many times she says "Caterpillar"?

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  • Exean

    the word you needed was segments is what its body made of not dots

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  • Saint Lucifer

    Yes yes, organic life are imperfect.

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  • Stephanie Kegley

    This is so soothing to watch. Thank-you.

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  • Shinikamisama

    It's soo good to watch how you sculpt them. You are very good 😀

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  • Jeff McFadden

    Your videos are very entertaining and useful. Not like what others are doing. Thanks.

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  • Lars Sveen

    Awesome! Your works are so beautiful. BTW, I think "segments" rather than "blobs" is the word you were looking for.

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  • NoxLoch

    these are so cute 🙂

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  • Pauline D

    It was so beautifully made! And your english is really good too, I almost didn't saw you were french^^

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  • Andrea Davis

    holy shit this is amazing..

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  • L Crøss

    Where did you get the pasta machine

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  • Oakenshield Art

    I really love these!

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  • Zaracha Stellaris

    So cute, I noticed that you use an actual razor blade rather than a clay blade

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  • rhiannon

    stunning.

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  • Sedona Kelley

    These are adorable and fun…

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  • lorisue2

    I love your technique!! Thank you for sharing!

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  • Colleen G

    Very cute, I love watching your videos, you do very cute work on your animals

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  • WanderingMogwai

    Too cute!! 🙂

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  • Alicia

    at first i had no idea where you where going with this, you were mixing the black and pink and i'm just sitting here 'how the hell is this going to work' then everything started to come together and im just flabbergasted i would NEVER have thought to make a caterpillar like this and i love it! thank you i cant wait to add these to my fairy garden.

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  • Niki A

    fabulously easy…tho I have to stick to a roller lol…lovely items to add to indoor plants ….have subscribed after seeing a few of your vids now..addictive! thanx for creating your channel 😉

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  • Melissa Beard

    Great video! They are very good but I think you may have got the mouth mixed up with the thoracic legs as when you look at a picture they can look like a mouth but other than that it was really good piece of artwork 🙂

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  • Chris W

    Thank you SO much! I used your video to make 12 Monarch caterpillars for the Into the Forest collaboration. After I made mine, I saw yours are also going "Into the Forest"!

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  • joshua samuel

    hi, i want to know what paints we can use on polymer clay and what kind of glaze? like for example if i have a flat plate of polymer and i make a portrait over it, what paint and glaze i must use to protect the surface and colors from damaging? thank you

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  • NICKY Nick

    Scared me,thats so reall..😨😨😨😨

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  • Christa C

    great job!

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  • Susan Rose Art

    Excellent!!

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  • tressinar

    The colors are so pretty. Thank you.

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  • Kirei the cat queen 316

    THE FEITSIES!

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  • Marion Mathews

    These are so much bigger than I expected. Very effective!

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  • Marinalva de Pontes Lima

    Muito linda, amei.

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  • Subl Image

    Super !! Très réaliste .
    Bravo !

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  • Marines Marines

    Amei perfeito,, perfeito ,, parabéns

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  • daria e

    Stephanie – how would you create a gradated color stripes (as you've done) with 4 or so spots on each (similar to the yellow spots on a black swallowtail butterfly caterpillar). I'm assuming you would sandwich thin tubes of color into the tube , but that would end up flattening the spots, which I'd prefer circular. Any suggestions?

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  • andrea eyzaguirre

    AMAZING!

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  • Shani line

    Merci elles sont magnifiques ! 😊 ❤️

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  • Analía Piquard

    Woooooowwwww 💞💞💞

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  • Ocean Current

    Can I buy some off you I love them 😍

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  • Karen Kantor

    A wonderful tutorial. You make something that looks so difficult, look like I could manage to make it. Thank you.

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  • ehheeajeshika

    I love this so much im going to make the caterpillar from alice in wonderland but my own version 🙂

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  • Pretty Bird

    So freaking beautiful

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  • Amusing Kiwi

    This is the cutest clay creation i have ever seen… And i dont know why

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  • Deana Blythe

    Wow! What a fun project, very life like for a catapillar and I really love the pink, well done and thanks for sharing 😁

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  • Deana Blythe

    Wow! What a fun project, very life like for a caterpillar and I really love the pink, well done and thanks for sharing 😁

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  • tammy

    I like how you show us, using the pasta machine instead of saying, go to another video for pasta machine tutorial. I am a newbie at polymer clay and the pasta machine and want to watch a whole video with all the steps in one.

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  • NoOne

    It's Incredible!

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  • Pixie Treeleaf

    Omg thank you I am gonna make one that I have a picture of from my garden

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  • B. Dharqe

    Wow! So lifelike..love your videos. So inspiring

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