Video #760: Use slices from this lumberjack cane to embellish wooden tree ornaments and all kinds of other holiday decor items.
Video #759: You can use this product to create air-tight storage solutions for all kinds of tools and supplies in your craft studio.
Video #758: Everything you need to start making designer polymer clay pens… even if you have never worked with polymer clay before.
Video #757: A product demo and review video, showcasing several of Aniko Kolesnikova’s unique Polymer Clay Tools and Supplies.
Video #756: These SugarVeil confectioners mats are sold in the baking aisle… but they also work great with polymer clay.
Video #755: The purpose of this test was to see how premo polymer clay holds up when submerged in snowglobe glycerin water.
Video #754: In this video I use a big catapult, metaphorically speaking of course, to fling negativity far, far away from you.
Video #753: See how I plan through the process of going miniature… in this StudioCam sampler (Beauty & the Beast) video clip.
Video #752: The makers of this unique sanding tool from Belgium, sent me a demo unit to test out. Here are my initial… 17
Video #751: This video will give you a quick glimpse into what I do behind the scenes in our Studio Cam membership videos.
Video #750: Teresa Salgado is the creator of these unique acrylic tools for making and manipulating your polymer clay canes.
Video #749: Chrysanthemum Cane… kicked up a notch… using a shifted color blend, metallic accent and an easy feathering technique.
Video #748: No, this is not your typical polymer clay lesson topic… but Yes… it will affect your future enjoyment of our PcT… 6
Video #747: The silkscreens used in today’s demo video were supplied by Tonja Lenderman. Her designs are wonderfully unique!
Video #746: If you’ve ever had trouble doing the Sutton Slice… Or if you’ve never attempted it… I have some must-have tips for… 11
Video #745: Plamena Ivanova from Bulgaria, sells these miniature cutters at her Etsy Shop, Little Funky Flames. They are wonderful!
Video #744: This book written by author and jewelry artisan Wing Mun Devenney, gets a high recommendation from me.
Video #743: Pinata Alcohol Inks mixed with Sculpey Liquid Bakeable Clay, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Fimo Liquid Gel and TLS.
Video #742: There are four new beautiful Souffle colors from Polyform this year… Mocha, Guava, Cinnamon and Sage.
Video #741: Well maybe there isn’t exactly a 1,000,0001 necklaces in today’s video, but there are sure are a lot… and I wear… 18
Video #740: Definitely a learning curve… but perfect if you LOVE challenges… like me! Lots of fabulous design possibilities!
Video #739: It took about 4 hours to make… but finishing a project like this definitely gives you something to feel proud of.