Polymer Clay Earrings – Maker Tips

Polymer clay earrings made with a crackle effect

Let's Make Polymer Clay Earrings!

Polymer clay earrings are very popular and a great way to explore your creativity and express your artistic side. If you’re new to making polymer clay earrings, you’ll likely encounter some of the challenges that can come with working with this unique medium. I’ve collected some of my articles here that will help you find solutions to the challenges you’re having and lead to making polymer clay earrings you can be proud of.

polymer clay earrings with arch shape and gold teardrops

Helpful Articles for Polyclay Earring Makers

Detailed Tutorials

If you’re a busy maker with a full life, you can “cut to the chase” and get specific, detailed, and comprehensive answers to your questions by investing in these tutorials. You’ll love the direct, clear style and fact-filled value.

Earring Tutorial plus Shape Templates

Learn all about getting the best finish on polymer clay with this 120 page Sanding and Buffing Polymer Clay eBook.

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Baking and Curing Polymer Clay

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Facebook Page and Groups

Polymer clay is big on Facebook and it’s a great way to see the work of others. But the best place to learn is groups. I sponsor two groups that will be of particular interest to polymer clay earring makers.

Polymer Clay Earring Makers

This group is just getting started and is perfect for new polymer clay earring makers who want to learn new styles, techniques, or get support for their craft. Both new makers and experienced pros are welcome to join and and share.

Polymer Clay Slabs and Veneers

Clay earring makers use slabs of colorful clay as the basis for their earrings. Traditional polymer clayers use veneers to cover things. Both types of sheets use many of the same techniques. Share what you know in this vibrant group!

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