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Polymer clay earrings are wildly popular and very trendy right now. They’re easy and fast to make, which means you can make them in every color to match your wardrobe.
Learn about and compare Fimo, Pardo, and Cernit Colored Translucent Polymer Clay.
Will polymer clay withstand extended contact with water? Well. It depends.
Learn about a couple of cool modifications my pasta machine has, that you can have done for yours too.
What is a clay conditioning machine and which one should you buy?
There is so much misinformation that it can be hard to know what to believe. Here are 9 Polymer Clay Truths Newbies Don’t Believe.
Smaller brands often bring unique things to the market and this brand of clay is no different. Here’s my DAS Polymer Clay review. Find out if this clay is any good or if you should skip it.
Don’t mix essential oils and scented perfume oils into polymer clay. Try this instead.
Hobby Lobby has two new brands of private label polymer clay. Here is a review of their advanced version of Crafter’s Collection Polymer Clay.
Hobby Lobby has a new private label brand of polymer clay. Here is my review of the CRAFT version of their Crafter’s Collection Polymer Clay.
Is Michaels Craftsmart polymer clay a good brand of clay? It’s honestly hard to tell because they’re unclear about what’s in the package.
Polymer clay has always been sort of the unloved stepchild of the art world and artists have had to make-do by borrowing tools, supplies, and implements from other arts and
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