Welcome! If you’re interested in achieving polymer clay success, you’re in the right place. I like to say that I’m all about “Learn stuff without the fluff“.
On this website are hundreds of articles that give you accurate information that you can trust. I want to eliminate uncertainty and help you be successful, no matter what your project will be.
In addition to the technical side of polymer clay success, I also feel that it’s important to encourage your growth as a creator. So you’ll find inspiration, encouragement, and a creative ethic here.
Navigating the Website
The fastest way to find information on this website is to use the search box at the top of every page. Not only will you find articles about your specific question, but you’ll find instances where that subject might have been mentioned in an article about another topic.
About the Tutorials
In the Tutorials Shop, you’ll find a selection of tutorials and eBooks. They are sorted into three categories: Knowledge Series, Technique Series, and Project Series.
My tutorials are comprehensive, detailed, and professionally formatted with beautifully clear photos. After checkout, you will receive a digital file that is instantly available for download. If you don’t see it right away, check your email! The PDF is readable on any computer or device, making it portable so that you can refer to it as you work through the tutorial.
Your tutorials will always be available from your dashboard in your account. There’s no need to worry if you lose the file, just download another one.
I provide top-notch personal customer service to everyone who buys one of my tutorials. You likely won’t need it, but if you do have questions, you’ll find contact info in the tutorial. I want you to have great polymer clay success and have as much fun creating with polymer clay as I do!
About Ginger Davis Allman
I’m the person behind The Blue Bottle Tree. I write the articles on this website and do the research, testing, and reviews myself. I’m also a polymer clay teacher and artist sharing at workshops and events around the world (well, pre-covid anyway).
I left a career in molecular biology to stay home and raise my three children. Polymer clay was my sanity during those messy years! I loved that I could create alongside my children. Of course, I still love polymer clay, and my kids are now grown, living wonderful lives of their own. I live in Springfield, Missouri with my husband, Gary, and three blue bottle trees. Yes, I really do have blue bottle trees in my yard. You can see pictures and read about them here.