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Need a quick gift? These polymer clay covered pill vials are a perfect fast gift for the person who has everything.
Disguise fingerprints, bubbles, and flaws on your Fimo and Sculpey projects by using texture sponges on polymer clay. Includes sources for these tools.
Do you know the difference between these commonly used sparkly products? No, glitter and mica powders are not the same thing.
Don’t be afraid to modify and refine your design to get a result you enjoy. Follow along with my design process as I created items for a recent swap.
I wrote in my August newsletter about healthy “helpers” that allow us more time to work on our hobbies. (You do get my newsletters, right? Sign up…pronto!) One important helper
Painting polymer clay shouldn’t be this hard, right? Here’s the scoop on choosing a paint, why it gets sticky, if you need to seal it, and how to deal with peeling and chipping.
Last month, Staedtler came out with a new range in the Fimo line of polymer clay. Fimo Leather is the first new type of polymer clay that we’ve had since
Remember when there was a glossary in the back of your textbook? Here’s your polymer clay glossary! Every hobby has its special words and jargon with unique definitions that are
A polymer clay cane is a log of polymer clay that’s made with a design that runs the entire length of the log. Slices from the cane will reveal a design and all slices from the cane will have identical designs.
This second-generation mini slicer from Lucy Clay Tools works like a dream. And it’s a wooden kit you put together yourself. Say what? Yup!
I’ve tried a ton of methods to store polymer clay canes, and most have been problematic. This method solves those problems and makes storage easy.
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