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Polymer Clay Information with Ginger Davis Allman
How many of these polymer clay myths have you heard? Find out the truth behind these very common misunderstandings about working with polymer clay.
Why is polymer clay faux sea glass often much better for making jewelry than using real seaglass? Learn more and see gorgeous examples of what you can make.
Love the work of Ivy Niles of iKandiClay? Read more about Ivy and learn what inspires her distinctive, intricate style of polymer clay cane making.
Vacation pictures! Here’s what we did during our recent visit to the UK. There was sightseeing, a steampunk wedding, family, hiking, and gorgeous scenery. Read more…
I enjoyed visiting British polymer clay guilds and groups during my recent visit to the UK. See pictures and and learn more about joining a group near you.
During my recent trip to the UK, I was fortunate to visit with several polymer clay guilds and groups. At one of these meetings, I was approached by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt
Labels warn that you can’t bake polymer clay in the microwave. But why? What happens when you do? Learn more…
This comprehensive eBook on sanding and buffing polymer clay explores this huge subject and guides you to learn how to get a flawless finish. Read more…
You might have read that you can use floor wax on polymer clay. But which kind of floor wax? And what would you use it for? Read more…
Do you have difficulty reducing square canes without distortion? Learn about using square rods as a guide for neatly reducing square polymer clay canes.
Have you ever wanted to mail polymer clay canes, but weren’t sure how to protect them against damage? This polymer clay cane mailer idea is brilliant!
Will baking polymer clay at lower temperature settings allow you to prevent burning your project? Find out why this isn’t a good idea and learn better ways to bake your clay without darkening.
We tend to think of designing necklaces only in terms of stringing beads. Explore unique ways to create polymer clay necklaces beyond stringing.
Read about tests of coloring translucent Premo polymer clay with art materials. Can you use paints, chalk, and inks to make colored clay? Learn more…
Image transfers allow you to print an image and transfer it to polymer clay. There are hundreds of ways to do it, both using specialized products and using just the
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Hi, I'm Ginger Davis Allman
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