I have always wanted to make my own polymer clay snow-globe, but before going to all the work of creating one, I had to be sure that my Premo Sculpey clay would not soften or become degraded in any way, when submerged in the water and glycerin solution that is used in DIY Snow Globes.
For this PcT Test Lab experiment, I sealed up some un-glazed polymer clay pieces in a jar of glycerine water for about 4 months.
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