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Looking for a great gold polymer clay? Here’s what you need to know.
What kind of brushes should you use for your polymer clay work?
Whether you’re flying to a polymer clay retreat or just going to visit relatives and want to bring your clay, it’s easy to wonder what you need to know about
This lightweight white polymer clay from Sculpey has many uses in your studio.
Once you’ve opened your package, how do you store your polymer clay?
Rather than sharpen my polymer clay blade, I like to use this strategy. No more sliced fingers, too.
Use this great tool to remove bubbles and trapped air in polymer clay.
Bake and bond is a commonly used bakeable glue to polymer clay. Here’s what you need to know about it.
When you hate resin but still want a thick, shiny coating, you can try dimensional glaze, but there are things you’ll want to know first.
Have you ever opened a brand new package of polymer clay and it was so soft, sticky, and goopy that it was almost liquid? It’s easy to assume that you
Cernit is a Belgian brand of polymer clay with an array of many lines with special features. There is opaque clay (Number One), half-opaque clay (Opaline), Translucent, Metallic, Neon, Nature
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