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Learn about using alcohol inks with polymer clay.

Using Alcohol Inks with Polymer Clay

Are you curious about using alcohol inks with polymer clay? Learn what they are, how they’re used, and how to use them with Fimo, Premo, Kato, and Sculpey.

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Texture Sponges on Polymer Clay

Disguise fingerprints, bubbles, and flaws on your Fimo and Sculpey projects by using texture sponges on polymer clay. Includes sources for these tools.

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Evolution of a Design

Don’t be afraid to modify and refine your design to get a result you enjoy. Follow along with my design process as I created items for a recent swap.

The Muse

Join me for tips, ideas, creative support, and inspiration. Nobody has time for long, drawn out articles anymore. But we’re still hungry for juicy facts, information, and ideas. That’s why …

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Emails

Get extra info that’s not on the website! The Blue Bottle Tree is the website you trust for accurate information and no-nonsense support in your polymer clay hobby. Did you know there’s …

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Kaleidoscope canes are made by arranging repeating subunits of a cane part.

What is a Polymer Clay Cane?

A polymer clay cane is a log of polymer clay that’s made with a design that runs the entire length of the log. Slices from the cane will reveal a design and all slices from the cane will have identical designs.

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