How to make a polymer clay love letter pendant
Polymer clay rose is the most often taught flower on the internet. You can find countless videos, pictures, and articles about them. However, what seems missing to me is a good design. Today, I want to share with you a clever designed love letter necklace […]
DIY Natural Cold Porcelain Clay (without Glue!)
Natural Cold Porcelain Clay is a perfect substitute for toxic polymer clay and allows for even finer detail and ease of sculpting. It's also incredibly inexpensive and super simple to make. The clay is air-dried so no need for baking and it dries to a light weight, luminous, stone-like texture. Perfect for kids through professional artists. The DIY cold porcelain recipes that we found online all called for glue or PVA which can contain dangerous chemicals like xylene and toluene, so instead…
13 Things You Should Know about Polymer Clay - JSThreads
Read this week's blog post to find out 13 things you should know about polymer clay, particularly if you're starting out.
How to work with air-dry clay to get the best results? — Adele Po.
I’ve been sculpting with air-dry clays for the past five years, during all this time I’ve accumulated a few tips and tricks to make the process easier and more enjoyable. I’m pretty convinced that air-dry clays are very friendly to beginners and can be pretty magical in the experienced hands. But th
HOW TO ADD AN EYEPIN AFTER BAKING ? + GIVEAWAY (CLOSED) polymer clay tips & tricks #2
Hi charming guys!In this episode of poly tips&tricks I'm going to show you how to put an eyepin to your already baked polymer clay creations.I hope you're go...
Avoiding Fingerprints in Polymer Clay
Love working with polymer clay, but tired of getting fingerprints all over your work? Cindy Lietz provides a few tips and tricks for avoiding smudgy surfaces.
How to smooth the surface when sculpting with air-dry clays?
It doesn't matter if you're just starting out with air-dry clays or have been sculpting for years, you probably encountered the nightmare of fluff. What I call fluff is the tiny fibres that are in the composition of clay. When the clay is wet, those tiny fibres are not very visible, but when the clay starts drying and when you start sanding, the fluffy particles reveal themselves in all the glory, haha. So today I'm going to share a few steps that I take to give my dolls the satin smooth…
Polymer Clay Tutorial - Chatty Charms
With nothing more than polymer clay, acrylic paint, and a set of alphabet stamps, you can create one-of-a-kind charms decorated with your name, initial, or favorite words of inspiration.