Video #732: Taking a book about Perler or Hama Bead Patterns (“Bead It, Iron It, Love It!”)… in a new direction with polymer… 4
Video #731: If you are just starting out with polymer clay, here are the tools that will get you going without spending a… 2
Video #730: Let’s see if the inks from these Japanese scrapbooking brushes are compatible with polymer clay, or not.
Video #729: A unique alternative to polymer clay, with much superior properties for fine-art sculpted projects and creations.
Video #728: In this video you will see why it takes much less ink to color translucent clay as compared to white polymer… 13
Video #727: This new product extends the baking range by 25 degrees on either side of the recommended bake temperature!
Video #726: You don’t have to store all of your craft supplies on shelves or in drawers… hanging stuff on hooks can work… 8
Video #725: Low tech solutions are often the best way to go… as you will see in today’s polymer clay sanding demo.
Video #724: Have you ever lost a jewelry charm because the eyelet came loose? Well… today’s video addresses that problem!
Video #723: Starting with a Skinner or Teardrop Blend that has good color contrast, is key to making Zipper Canes that work.
Video #722: Some easy color management tips that will help you to create better polymer cane designs, with more definition.
Video #721: Plus a sneak peak of the new, printable PcT color recipe sheets and color recipe cards… coming soon to a binder… 2
Video #720: These beautiful powders will take on different looks depending on the background color they are brushed onto.
Video #719: Although these small drawer units are mostly used for keeping your makeup all tidy, they also work great in a craft… 8
Video #718: A system that will help you to become a super smart shopper when it comes to stocking up on your arts… 18
Video #717: It’s one thing to push your clay into a mold… but how to get it out without smushing the pattern? Cool… 18
Video #716: There are so many creative planner options available today. Please tell me about yours… in the comment section below.
Video #715: Looking at this product from a Polymer Clay perspective… some great features… but there is one issue you need to be… 14
Video #714: Although our new site renovations are taking longer than expected… today’s video will show you why this is a good thing.
Video #713: This concept of doing a year-end, favorite tools review, may just become a tradition here at the blog. Let me know… 13
Video #712: In general, I really do like what Staedtler has done with this product… and I also have some suggestions for improvements… 41
Video #711: Although these molds are not made specifically for polymer clay, I was still able to find some creative uses for them.