Video #643: Making canes is very fun… but when you also know how to use them in creative ways… that makes it even more worthwhile.
2-A: Pikes Weed
4-A: Seaweed Read More
Video #642: Most everyone says to bend the blade while shaving your shifts… not me! Instead… try bending the clay!
Video #641: And more importantly, how to end up with smooth sheets of clay that don’t show any roller lines at all!
Video #640: I used Premo translucent polymer clay to test for strength and clarity… watch the video to see my results.
Video #639: Synthetic vs natural bristles makes a big difference depending on the type of finish you are using.
6 Videos #633 to #638: A home decor project that will stretch your skills beyond just making jewelry. Perfect for gift giving ideas.
Video #632: Although this product did not react negatively with Premo clay… it also did not adhere very well to my test samples.
Video #631: This product should really be called the Cadillac of Polymer Clay Extruders. It is very strong and durable.
1-B: Butter Yellow
2-B: Carrot Cake
3-B: Brown Butter
4-B: Fondant Leaves
Video #630: It all has to do with how the tiny mica particles in the clay are aligned… and how they reflect the light.
1-A: Sugar Rose
3-A: Sugar Leaf
4-A: Gumpaste Hydrangeas Read More
Video #629: Announcing a new Canadian Distributor for Lucy Clay Tools. Special (time sensitive) discount coupon available below.
Video #628: My original article about polymer clay crayon beads has been quite popular on Pinterest… here’s a video update.
6 Videos #622 to #627: Valentines Day is coming… Time to take your Sweet Hearts to a whole new level of fun… Introducing Street Hearts!
Video #621: Today is a general tour. But if there’s interest, I can do future videos on the individual zones. Let me know where to start.
Video #620: All you need is some plastic wrap and a cookie cutter to get professional looking edges every time.
1-B: Pale Purple
2-B: Purple Poppy
3-B: Poppy Stamens
4-B: Poppy Stem
Video #619: My test sample has sat for a few months now, without any issues showing up in regards to polymer clay compatibility.
1-A: Elderberry Wine
2-A: Vintage Peach
3-A: Blue Dusk
4-A: Columbine Bud Read More
Video #618: My tests with Patina Vintage inks on both baked and raw polymer clay… neither one worked out very well.
Video #617: If you want your beads to look professional, then it is usually best to drill holes after your polymer has been baked.
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