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Is polymer clay safe? Find out in the article at The Blue Bottle Tree

Is Polymer Clay Safe?

Is polymer clay safe to use with food? Is it safe to use at home? Read to learn what is truth and what is rumor, and learn how to be safe with polymer clay…

Ginger Davis Allman sharing a technique at Clayaround in Wales.

Clay Day at ClayAround

When we went to the UK recently, we arrived there with no more plans than to see all our friends and family and meet our new grandson. I didn’t expect

Luminous Landscapes

I’m in the UK visiting family right now so this will be just a quick post. I wanted to let you know that the Summer 2014 issue of The Polymer Arts

Organic Beads Polymer Clay Tutorial

Organic Beads Polymer Clay Tutorial

I have been humbled and thrilled with the success of the Rustic Beads and Components Tutorial. A huge thank you to everyone who bought it, played with it, blogged about

Amazing Mold Putty and EasyMold silicone putty work great for molding polymer clay.

Polymer Clay and Silicone Mold Putty

I love polymer clay and I love silicone mold putty. In fact I recently explored the difference between two main brands of silicone mold putty, Easy Mold and Amazing Mold

Using Sculpey Souffle straight out of the package and a palette knife, I was able to create this quick impasto style polymer clay painting.

Working with Sculpey Soufflé – Part 2

Sculpey Souffle is a new polymer clay by Polyform advertised as being lightweight, strong, having a suede-like finish, and with 22 “fashion-forward” colors perfect for making jewelry. Polyform sent me

Sculpey Souffle comes in 22 colors and has a suede like finish. Read a review and learn more at The Blue Bottle Tree.

Sculpey Soufflé Review – Part 1

Polyform, the maker of Premo and Sculpey polymer clay, has introduced a new line of polymer clay called Souffle. It is advertised as being lightweight, strong, perfect for jewelry making,

You can make your own polymer clay buttons with textures, from mokume gane sheets, or even with pinwheels made from your scraps.

How to Make Polymer Clay Buttons

Fancy or plain, simple or complicated, many of us like to make polymer clay buttons. Able to be made in endless colors and be made in any shape or with

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