Join me in Dallas, Texas on October 10-11 for a two-day “Conquering Translucents” workshop. Learn to overcome the challenges of translucent polymer clay.
Nobody likes to have their work break, burn, melt, get sticky, or fall apart. Avoid these common mistakes and have more fun working with your polymer clay.
Learn about the LC Baker bead baking rack from Lucy Clay Tools and find out how it differs from other bead racks on the market.
Looking for a spray sealer for polymer clay? Most of them will turn your clay sticky, so check here to see which ones are okay to use.
If you have a Lucy Tools Slicer, you will also want to consider the LC Angle Base. Learn how this accessory is used and see it in action.
Read all about the LC Slicer, the large slicer from Lucy Clay Tools. See lots of pictures, see what it can do, and find out how thin it can slice.
What should go into your polymer clay starter kit? What is truly needed to get started? Read my list of must-have beginner tools and supplies.
PYM II is a fantastic spray sealer for polymer clay, and now you can buy PYM II in Europe! Happythings.eu, a polymer clay shop now supplies PYM to the EU.
Have you read of people using cornstarch or baking soda with polymer clay and you wondered what that was all about? Why would you use it? And which one should you use? Is cornstarch better? Or is baking soda?
Find out about the durability of polymer clay in the dishwasher. Does it need to be sealed? What sealers work best?
Freeform Wire Art Jewelry is a new book by Gayle Bird that is perfect for teaching you new ways to turn your polymer clay beads into finished designs.
There are so many to choose from, how can I tell which is the best polymer clay brand? Find out which brand is the best for caning, sculpting, jewelry, charms, and more.
Did you know that you can purchase colored translucent clay that already has the color added? Learn the brands and see what the colors actually look like.
Polymer clay tools don’t have to be expensive. Check out these really great cheap polymer clay tools that I bought recently. Lots of bang for your buck!
I love cutting shapes in polymer clay, but sometimes my cutters are too big. Here’s how to make a DIY mini cutter set in a neat little box.
In April, I attended the 2015 Twisters Poly Clay Retreat in Norman, Oklahoma. Lisa Pavelka taught in this fun-filled, energetic, and inspiring event!
I recently had the pleasure of attending a polymer clay workshop by Ann and Karen Mitchell where I learned all about liquid polymer clay and jewelry design.
I previously reviewed the Czextruder XXL, but now that I have the Czextruder HD, I wanted to give you a bit of an update. Also, learn some tips on disk storage, and learn about the LC Vise.
Have you heard the buzz about the Czextruder? People do love it, but is it worth the extra cost? Read my review and learn about the Czextruder XXL.
Sometimes you find a tool that’s so handy that you wonder how you survived so long without it. That’s the case with the Kemper Wipe Out Tool. Here’s why!