1-A: Raspberry Patch
2-A: Green Burlap
3-A: Gunny Sack
4-A: Scarecrow Hat Read More
Video #607: This is a compact tool that works especially well for cutting super thin polymer cane slices for Nailart applications.
Video #606: I’ve used Ultradome UV Resin for 4 years now and feel that it has several advantages over other products in the marketplace.
Video #605: Isopropyl Alcohol (99%) is one of the most useful supplies to have in your polymer clay studio.
Video #604: After 5 months, the Pebeo Prisme & Moon products are showing good compatibility with my test polymer samples.
6 Videos #597 to #602: A classic knitting or needlepoint pattern that never gets old. It just gets more nostalgic with each passing year.
Video #603: A cane slicing tool that makes perfectly round or perfectly square slices every time… at any thickness you desire.
Video #596: If you are a beginner without a pasta machine, here’s how to condition polymer clay without hurting your hands.
2-B: Apple Tree
3-B: Crisp Apple
4-B: Braeburn Apple
Video #595: Watch this to see what can happen to polymer clay pieces that are not properly protected during the baking process.
4-A: Drifting Read More
Video #594: These stamps can be made as small or as large as you like. Perfect for branding your custom jewelry creations.
Video #593: If you have hand mobility issues, or if you process lots of clay, this machine could be a real life saver for you.
6 Videos #587 to #592: Learn how to recreate the look of real ceramic rainbow raku, using polymer clay and some simple supplies.
Video #586: This is the first of several studio tips and tricks videos I would like to share. Let me know if you want more.
Video #585: The Cabezel molds are made with a unique see-through material that allows you to position your piece perfectly every time.
1-B: Poisonous Mushroom
2-B: Dangerous Fungus
3-B: Decaying Leaves
4-B: Blackened Branches
Video #582: Roadtrip #3-06 (WA): When you travel, be sure to keep an open mind to see the art in nature that surrounds us.
1-A: Rock Crab
2-A: Beach Glass
4-A: Rocky Shore
Video #581: Roadtrip #3-05 (WA): Over 30 aisles of just about anything you could ever want on your bead projects wish list.
Video #580: Roadtrip #3-04 (WA): If you thought that the front of this store was big, just wait until you see behind the scenes!
Video #579: If you need a bunch of wire loops or eyepins done quickly, for your polymer clay jewelry… then this is the tool!
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