Polymer Clay Groups on Facebook

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Love it or hate it, Facebook is where so many people spend their online time. The groups within Facebook are a great way to participate in community and share your love of polymer clay. Not to mention, you can learn tips, tricks, get answers, and share inspiration in polymer clay Facebook groups.

While there are many groups, some better than others, I can heartily recommend these groups which I moderate and actively work to make sure they’re a great place to “be”.

  • Polymer Clay Success – All about polymer clay growth, whatever that means for you. It’s not a show-and-tell group, so the discussions tend to be more about concepts, solutions, and finding ways to grow your artistic practice.
  • Polymer Clay Earrings – Are you interested in learning more about making contemporary polymer clay earrings? This group is for newbies and experienced makers with a focus on the new earring styles that are so popular lately.
  • Polymer Clay Newbies – If you’re brand new to polymer clay, you’ll enjoy this polymer clay Facebook group you can get help with the beginnings and the basics.
  • Polymer Clay Slab and Veneer Lovers – Whether you’re making veneers to cover something or decorated slabs to cut into earrings, this is a group that’s all about making patterned sheets.

This page is part of the Polymer Clay Resources directory.

2 thoughts on “Polymer Clay Groups on Facebook”

  1. Hi do you have a suggestion where I can learn more about findings for pc? I have a number of great picture books but they’re not very instructive. Thanks!

    1. I assume you’re referring to the jewelry findings that are used to make polymer clay jewelry, correct? There isn’t much specific information about using findings with polymer clay because it’s pretty much the same for all jewelry. Jump rings, ear wires, and cold connections will be similar for any type of jewelry.

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