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With the launch of the new Cernit Metallic colors (see the review here), there’s been a renewed interest in metallic polymer clay colors themselves. What are they, what can you
Mica shift is a polymer clay technique where you create a ghost image in metallic or pearl clay. Perfectly smooth, a well-executed mica shift effect fools the eye and intrigues viewers.
It seems that there’s a lot of confusion about the Sculpey’s liquid clay brands. Sculpey Clear? Transparent? Bake and Bond? Oven-Bake Clay Adhesive? What are those? So here’s a quick
I like to find neat bead stores when I am visiting a new area. I loved meeting the guys at Allegory Gallery in western Pennsylvania.
In order to best advise my readers on good tools, materials, and supplies (and how to use them), I explore a lot of different products. Most I buy myself, some
Read this Czextruder review to learn about the updated 2018 HD model of the Czextruder polymer clay extruder and the new magnetic LC Base.
Mica powder and pigment powder are not the same thing. They behave differently and when you’re working with polymer clay or other crafts, it matters.
Learn about using resin with polymer clay. Learn the difference between UV resin and epoxy resin and end the confusion over using these great materials.
What is polymer clay? It’s a vinyl modeling putty that stays soft indefinitely and then is cured in a home oven. It can be painted, sanded, carved, and polished after curing. Read more…
Are you ready to get started with polymer clay but don’t yet know how? Learn what kind of clay to use, what tools you’ll need, and where to go for help. Read more…
There are two things on this page. First is a free, downloadable, printable Pearl Ex Color Chart. Second is an interactive Pearl Ex Comparison Tool where you can select any
What does Google say about you and your business? If someone were to search for you or the name of your business, would they be able to find you and
Parchment paper is often recommended for use with polymer clay, as are deli sheets. Why? What is the difference? And where can you buy these materials? Are their any alternatives to try?
It started to get worse just before the last US election, and it’s been building up to a feverish pitch. It’s a bad case of the three O’s. What are
Learn to make lightweight, durable faux lampwork pendants and beads with this brand new tutorial. Take your jewelry to the next level!
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Hi, I'm Ginger Davis Allman
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