1-A: Watermelon Slushee
2-A: Grape Popsicle
3-A: Blueberry Ice Cream
4-A: Faded Jeans
Video #384: Tips to help you end up with nice straight and clean bead holes.
Video #383: Learn how to avoid getting stuck with old unworkable packages of polymer clay.
Video #382: Be sure to also check the comments section at end of the article, for additional links.
Video #375: And remember that testing for polymer compatibility issues does take time.
6 Videos #376 to #381: Quality pen kits that are easy to assemble even without a pen press tool.
1-B: Baby Blue
2-B: Blue Hydrangea
3-B: Powder Blue
4-B: Indigo Blue
Video #374: Kato Liquid Polyclay; Translucent Liquid Sculpey (TLS); Sculpey Bake & Bond.
3-A: Purple Sea Star
Video #373: Here is a solution to prevent cane slices from squashing when you cut them.
Video #372: Even when flaws show up after baking, there is still something you can do.
Video #371: Tricks of the trade to help make your polymer clay projects look more professional.
Video #370: Finger prints and flaws will make you look like an amateur, which is not a good thing.
6 Videos #364 to #369: Unique metal rivet/eyelet construction, much more durable than glue.
Video #362: At the end of the clip, I share a fool-proof way to prevent burning if the sun gets too hot.
Video #363: Introducing a new polishing substrate to use in your polymer clay rock tumbler.
1-B: Pacific Ocean
2-B: High Seas
Video #362: Even wonky and weird beads can be used creatively… so never ever throw anything away.
1-A: Watermelon Dahlia
2-A: Salmon Tulips
3-A: Purple Limonium
4-A: Purple Millet
Video #360: So many colors to work with… Red Tulip, Damson, German Silver and many more.
Video #359: Testing several different clay softening products on brittle polymer canes.
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