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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.
Colors can often fade with exposure to sunlight. Will varnishes or liquid clay coatings work to protect those colors from fading?
Darwi Vernis spray varnish comes in gloss and matte and is safe to use on polymer clay. It does not get sticky. But don’t use it on flexing clay
Old polymer clay is often crumbly. This is true for canes, too. Can you condition canes without ruining the pattern?
Darwi Vernish is a thick, glossy polymer clay varnish that works well on polymer clay beads. It’s my favorite for making glass-like, solid creations that don’t flex.
Maker’s Magic by Scorch Marker is a new clearcoat varnish that’s been heavily advertised on social media. Is Maker’s Magic okay to use on polymer clay? Here’s what I found out when I tried it on seven brands of clay.
I challenged myself to make polymer clay beads for 100 consecutive days. Here is the result. This was my third 100 day project and in some ways the most fun.
Can you use Mod Podge on polymer clay or is it incompatible? What are better products to use?
Artists and makers are often caught in a paralyzing trap of creation and consumption. Here are some ideas for fixing this uniquely modern dilemma.
For many years, polymer clay artists have repurposed classic pasta machines to mix, condition, and sheet their polymer clay. While there are many knock-offs and “cheap stuff from China” imitations
Clear up the confusion and gain accurate knowledge for your polymer clay creations as we debunk these 12 polymer clay myths.
These oft-recommended products don’t always work well. Here’s the rest of the story that isn’t always shared.
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