Does your bead rack drive you crazy when the bead pins keep falling out of the slots?
Does the mere action of closing the door on your toaster oven, cause all your carefully rolled / sculpted beads to take a tumble… leaving marks on them, or worse… burnt because they ended up laying against the hot metal frame of your bead rack while baking? This just happened to me a few weeks ago with my Ranunculus Beads Project.
Well, say goodbye to those annoying problems with this awesome Bead Rack Hack that I came up with using a cool new product called Sugru!
Want to see just how strong Sugru actually is? Then watch this video:
Worried about sticking Sugru to something special and ruining it? The following video shows how easily it can be removed:
And as I said in the first PcT video further up on this page, it was Terry Morris from Epoxy Jewelry who originally introduced the Sugru product to me. He thought that I might be able to think up some creative ways to use it with polymer clay. Boy was he right! I absolutely love it!!
Terry, is now carrying Sugru in his online shop, so I would recommend that you pick some up from him as soon as possible. In fact, his price is currently less than what you would pay direct from the Sugru Site.
Make sure you let Terry know that the Polymer Clay Tutor sent ya… maybe he’ll send me some more stuff to play around with, so that I can come up with even more creative ideas to share with all of you.
Oh and please tell all your polymer clay friends about this video post. I would love for it go viral… well not exactly Justin Bieber viral… but sharing it amongst everyone in the polymer clay community would be awesome!
Just think… you’ll be able to fall in love with your Amaco bead rack all over again :-)