In today’s video I’m going to show you how to bake curves right into your thin pieces of polymer clay.
If you form the flexible clay into a curve while it is still ray, and then bake, the shape will stay in place after you remove the item from the oven.
It is very easy to do and there are many options for baking forms that you can utilize.
Basically, any curved item that can handle the low temperatures which polymer clay bakes at (up to 300F), can be used as a form. There are many metal, glass, ceramic, cardboard, paper, and wood items that will work. Those old-school incandescent light bulbs that you have not been able to throw away because you knew they would come in handy someday, will work beautifully.
In today’s video, I show several polymer clay jewelry creations that were baked with curves, as well as several different forms that you can probably find in your home or kitchen.
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