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Pardo Polymer Clay is a brand from Germany that deserves another look. It has a full range of colors, metallics, and translucents. The translucent clays are among the clearest available anywhere.
Optical brighteners are fluorescent dyes that take invisible UV light and reflect it back in the visible spectrum. If something contains this dye, you will see it brighter than if
What temperature should you use when curing Kato Polyclay over Premo polymer clay? The baking temperatures are different.
Contrary to what you have probably heard repeated by others, the reason we need to condition polymer clay before use has nothing to do with strength. (If your polymer clay
When working with polymer clay, it’s wonderful to have your own dedicated workspace. For many, it’s the corner of a bedroom or dining room. Others have dedicated rooms or even
How can I make holes in resin-covered polymer clay without cracking the resin? What tool should I use?
Metal leaf and flakes add a golden sparkle to your polymer clay creations. Do you need to seal it? With what? Learn more about using this fun and versatile material.
I’ve seen a sheet of sponge used to apply texture to the surface of unbaked polymer clay. What is that and why is it used?
You might remember Lucy Struncova, who is the Lucy behind Lucy Clay Tools (of Czextruder fame). She was a child (just eleven) when she started Lucy Tools with her father.
I recently overhauled my studio from thrifted chic to a beautiful and functional working polymer clay studio. See the before and after pictures and see how it was transformed.
There is so much confusion out there about polymer clay sealers, glazes, and varnishes. Are they necessary? Which one should you choose?
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