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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 any texture, polymer clay buttons are a natural choice for
This month I teamed up with Katie from Kater’s Acres to bring you a series on Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio. We covered making the most of your studio, making room for a studio, productivity in the
Polymer clay is so versatile and you can make so many things with it, that it’s a natural choice for making buttons. Sooner or later you’re sitting there playing with clay and it occurs to you, “Can I make buttons
It’s the third week in the series Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio. I’ve teamed up with Katie of Kater’s Acres and this week she’s discussing How to Be Productive in Your Polymer Clay Studio. Productivity is an
We all love to look at pictures of gorgeous art and craft studios. We collect inspiration on Pinterest boards, hoping to find ideas that we can use in our own creative spaces. But what if you don’t have your own
During the month of April, I’m collaborating with Katie from Kater’s Acres to bring you a series on Making the Most of Your Polymer Clay Studio. We’ll share our thoughts, each of us posting on alternate weeks, bringing a different
Have you ever seen a great idea or a wonderful pin on Pinterest that went nowhere? Or to the wrong website? I love to find interesting pictures of beautiful artwork to share on my Facebook page. And because I believe
When you have a fully stocked crafting supply cabinet and especially when you work with polymer clay, you are well equipped to deal with many decorative emergencies. Let me explain. As I’m sure you’re aware, it’s traditional to wear green
In the beading and jewelry community there’s a lot of talk and buzz about the Bead Soup Blog Party. It’s an annual event where participants are matched with a partner and they swap a “Bead Soup” of a focal bead,
Do you have questions about baking polymer clay? Not sure what oven to use, for how long, and what temperature to use? Worried about burning your creations? These are very common questions, especially when you’re new to working with
The arts and crafts world can sometimes be rather confusing because terms get tossed around with the assumption that the reader knows the meaning, but the terms are seldom defined. The terms “pigment” and “dye” are two such terms. What is
One of the most frustrating aspects of working with polymer clay is dealing with lint, dust, hair, and various particles that seem to be drawn to your work like there’s some sort of magnetic force. No matter what you do,
One of my favorite things about writing polymer clay tutorials is getting to see what people make with them. When I write a tutorial, I always try to focus on teaching the technique rather than teaching a project. I want each
How do you make holes in polymer clay beads? If you would have asked me that two weeks ago, I would have told you that I either use needle tool to poke a hole in raw polymer clay or that
What an honor! Today I’m the featured artist over on Kater’s Acres, so if you’re coming from Katie’s site, WELCOME! If this is your first visit, or if you’re new around here, let me show you around a bit. Like
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