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I use 91% isopropyl alcohol in my polymer clay studio.

Using Rubbing Alcohol with Crafts

One of my favorite and most used tricks is to use rubbing alcohol in the craft studio. It’s cheap, available, and it just plain works wonders. Read on to see

Rustic polymer clay beads and components made with the tutorial by The Blue Bottle Tree.

Rustic Polymer Clay Components

Because of Thanksgiving break here in the US, it’s been a bit of an odd week. We had three work days but school was out today and that meant it

What stories do we tell ourselves about our creativity and our ability? Read "We're Not Crafty People" by The Blue Bottle Tree.

We’re not crafty people…

Last night my 14-year-old daughter had a friend spend the night and the evening’s plans included watching a movie and doing a DIY project from Pinterest. After much discussion they

You can soften hard, crumbly polymer clay. But is it worth it? Answers from The Blue Bottle Tree.

Can I soften hard polymer clay?

A reader on my Facebook Page wrote to ask a very good question this morning. Can old, hard, crumbly polymer clay be given new life? You see, for some reason,

Article about using the optimal temperature to bake polymer clay, without underbaking or burning your projects. By The Blue Bottle Tree.

How to Bake Polymer Clay: Part 2 – Temperature

Today I’m discussing baking temperature and why it’s so important for getting good results with your polymer clay projects. When baking polymer clay, temperature is everything! This article is second in

Translucent polymer clay is different - do you know how to work with it? Learn more in this Translucent Polymer Clay frequently asked questions article at The Blue Bottle Tree.

Translucent Polymer Clay FAQ

Translucent polymer clay captures the interest of polymer clay artists all over the world. Although the instructions for using it are no different than with any polymer clay, there are

School Supplies offer wonderful things for the crafter. Use Pencil Boxes for storage of small things in your craft studio.

Craft Room Storage Boxes

It’s that time of year again, at least here in the US. The school supplies are stocked up in the “seasonal” aisle of the discount stores. And that means it’s

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