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Polymer Clay Articles
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!
Pardo translucent art clay is a wonderful clay that’s remarkably more clear than other brands of translucent polymer clay. It’s also not commonly available in stores, and usually must be ordered through the mail. So it’s pretty frustrating when you’ve
Have you ever wondered how to make the best metallic look on polymer clay? I compare 8 methods so you can see which will work best for your project.
Have you ever wanted to create a bezel, or frame, around your polymer clay shape but weren’t really sure how to make it? Maybe you’ve wanted try your hand at resin jewelry but found commercially available pendant bezels are expensive (and
Have you seen the new Sculpey Tool Organizer? It’s designed to hold polymer clay tools and keep them organized, but is it a good value? Does it work?
How to buy polymer clay? Well, you go to the store, pick it out, pay for it, and then come home and play with it. Right? Yes, but there are some things to think about, too. Are you getting the
Sooner or later when working with polymer clay you’ll need to glue things together. You might have already baked something when you want to add more design elements. Or you might need to add a bail to a pendant. Or
When I tell people that I work with polymer clay, they often look at me with sort of a blank expression. They’ve never heard of it. So I start to explain and pretty soon their face lights up and they say, “Oh! You’re talking about fimo!”
Just when the latest brouhaha and accusations about copying and copyright infringement dies down, another one will start up and bad feelings fester. Angry posts and harsh comments get written. It’s awful. It’s awful for us to read about and
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