Quick Overview of New 2014 Sculpey & Premo Products

New 2014 Sculpey Polyform ProductsVideo #533: Let me know which of these new Polyform products I should review first… in some follow up video demos.

Topics Covered In This Video:

  • A quick walk through of new 2014 Sculpey and Premo Products that Polyform has released for 2014.
  • After watching the video, let me know which specific products you would like me to demonstrate and review in more detail, by leaving a comment.
  • This new batch of products include tools, supplies, storage and a new clay line.
  • Sculpey Bead Maker.
  • Sculpey Bead Making Kit.
  • Sculpey Clay Bead Baking Rack.
  • Sculpey Hollow Bead Maker.
  • Sculpey Tool Organizer.
  • Sculpey Wet/Dry Sandpaper Variety Pack.
  • Sculpey Clay Silk Screen Kit.
  • Sculpey Bakeable Silicone Molds – Cabochon Shapes.
  • Sculpey Bake able Silicone Molds – Bezel Shapes.
  • Premo Sculpey Graduated Metal Cutters – Round.
  • Premo Sculpey Graduated Metal Cutters – Oval.
  • Premo Sculpey Graduated Metal Cutters – Diamond.
  • Premo Sculpey Graduated Metal Cutters – Tear Drop.
  • Sculpey Souffle Clay.

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Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor
  1. Marie W, 09 June, 2014

    I am interested in the bake-able bezels and how they might work with the cutting tools.

  2. Janet A, 09 June, 2014

    How exciting. I’m especially interested in the hollow bead maker and the cabochon and bezel molds.

  3. Maria, 09 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy:
    I am intrigued by the hollow bead maker!

  4. Sandra J, 09 June, 2014

    The clay, the clay! With any of the bead making tools, the round, the hollow and the bezel, cabochon. Oooh so exciting

  5. Marianne H, 09 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy & Doug & family!

    Hope your leg is doing better.

    Please demo the clay, then the hollow bead maker and the bead maker, then the others.

    Wednesday is finally moving day. Can’t wait to be able to use my new studio/second bedroom that I designed and my brother-in-law Doug put together for me. I probably won’t be able to clay around til next month–still have to clean out the rest of the current house, put it up for sale and settle into new condo. I still watch the videos and read all the comments, but haven’t posted anything. My sister Cindy and brother-in-law Doug (the first Cindy and Doug in my life!) (no–my niece and nephew are named Nicole and Dylan–not Willow and Fisher!) have really been helping me out with everything since Mom died.

    Please do not take my silence as not enjoying or not liking any of your videos or color palettes,
    I’m just totally overwhelmed right now and cannot wait to get this horrible six month chapter finished in my life.

    Happy claying ahead!


  6. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Hi Marianne, my leg is much better now. Thank you for asking! I am back to doing my regular walks but it is still very stiff and it will take a while till it is back to it’s old flexible self!

    Thanks for letting us know that you will be lurking but not able to participate as much due to moving. Sorry to hear things have been difficult for you. Chin up… There are sunnier days ahead!

    That is funny you have another Cindy and Doug in your life. Seems it is a popular couple’s names… Doug himself also has some relatives that are named Cindy and Doug. I’m not saying we are the best Cindy and Doug out there… but I really wish people would stop copying us!! ;) lol

    Take care of yourself… hope to you soon!

  7. Janice G, 10 June, 2014

    I would be interested in seeing how the cabuchon moulds work… As well as the silk screening

  8. Dixie Ann, 10 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy, thank you so much for showing us all the new Sculpey products for 2014. I have already ordered some of them so will be anxious to see you demonstrate them all. I did not get the new bead rack but after you showing it, has piqued my interest. I am also excited to see you use the new silk screen package and then hopefully you can use a design in the new bezel mold. Blue Bottle gave a wonderful in dept review on the new souffle and the feed back on this clay has been very exciting and I look forward to watching you demonstrate it. I think Polyform has a winner in all these new products.

  9. Sonja V, 11 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy,

    I’m interested in the silk screen kit! I recently found your website, your videos are quite impressive!

  10. Liz Allen, 11 June, 2014

    This is so cool that your showing these products now. I just bought the silk screen kit and the hollow bead tray so i’d like to see you show those. The new clay sounds interesting too.

  11. Anna Sabina, 11 June, 2014

    Lots of fun things in the box. I would like to see the Silk Screen, Tool Organizer and Hollow Bead Maker. Oh, and of course Souffle, I still have some Studio by Sclupy. You may need to add another multi drawer storage unit to your studio to hold the Souffle. Not sure where you can squeeze that in.

  12. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    I actually did a little reorganizing of my drawer units and will have lots of room for the new clay. Nice to see you were worried for me though! :)

  13. Jill V., 11 June, 2014

    I vote for hollow bead maker!

  14. Fran V, 11 June, 2014

    Wow! What a great array of new products. I am most interested in seeing: the bead maker, the hollow bead maker, molds for the cabs & bezels, the baking rack, silk screen kit, the clay. (did i leave anything out? ; ~)

  15. Fiona P, 11 June, 2014

    Some great new products there. I would like to see the silk screen kit most of all. Also the moulds and hollow bead maker. The soufflé clay sound really interesting too.

  16. Lawrence, 11 June, 2014

    Some great things there that I am sure will be a help to new clayers. I wish they had been around a few years ago so I wouldn’t have had to improvise a lot of them (with some help from yourself).
    I would like to see what you do with the silk screens, like you did with stencils, but would prefer a tute on making our own silk screens with some of the new UV screens available.

  17. Fran V, 11 June, 2014

    Great idea, Lawrence. making and using silk screens…

  18. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Making Silk screens sounds like fun! Will have to look into that!

  19. Maria Snook, 11 June, 2014

    I was so excited by all these tools and clay that I have already bought some! I would love to see the hollow bead pan and some techniques with the new souffle clay.

  20. Lavedia Edwards, 11 June, 2014

    Hello Cindy,
    I just purchased the new bead rack and the hollow bead maker a couple of weeks ago. I have not had the chance to use them, I would love it if you could demo both of these.

  21. Mary P, 12 June, 2014

    I would like to see the soufflé used with the hollow bead maker and bezel maker/cabochon maker first. Then all the other goodies:)

  22. Elizabeth Kerr, 13 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy,
    for once I am here and found time to see this video on the new Sculpey Products.
    thought they were all very interesting and hope we get them in Australia soon.
    maybe they are here I will have to look around.
    .My fav was the silk screen as it looked a nice size to have with all the pieces to do the job.
    also the silicone moulds very useful.
    Loved all the pastel Souffle colours hope to see some great demos soon.
    All the best,
    Thanks for the demo, a great idea.
    Elizabeth K.

  23. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Very nice to see you here Elizabeth! It has been a while!

  24. Elizabeth Kerr, 13 June, 2014

    While I am here, loved the tea pots video you had with Claudia Rubinstien.
    Such amazing work
    . Makes one want to have a go at it.
    Elizabeth K.

  25. Debra M, 13 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy,

    Thanks for showing the new products, the soufflé clay looks really interesting and same with the silicone moulds. Love all your tutorials though all very helpful.

  26. Simona Lešnik, 13 June, 2014

    I would like to see the video from the Hollow bead maker.

  27. Dorothy H, 13 June, 2014

    I would like to see tutes on hollow beads and silk screens.

  28. Lynn South, 13 June, 2014

    I vote for the bezel maker/cabochon maker. Thanks and I am looking forward to your critique…

  29. Jeanine J, 13 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy, thanks for the demo. I have already been using some of these products love the silk screen kit. Are they going to bring out more colors to use with this. Or can we use other acrylic paints with it the paint does have a thick constancy. I also love the hollow bead maker.

  30. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Hi Jeanine, you can actually use any acrylic paint that you wish with the silkscreens. Higher quality paints are more flexible and bond better to the clay, but most kinds will work.

  31. Pattw35, 13 June, 2014

    Love all the stuff! I, too, want ot see the hollow bead maker used. Silk screen next and then all others. You have your work cut out !!! Thanks for the preview.

    And of course, the Tinapple extruder discs…………… Lots of fun things coming up.

  32. Marion Rayner, 13 June, 2014

    I’ve been searching for silk screen kits and videos for ages, so delighted this is in your pack. I agree with Pattw35, ‘lots of fun things coming up’! So much to look forward to – Yippeee!!


  33. Janet Allen, 13 June, 2014

    I was anxious to try the new clay and wrote Polyform to see when they would be available here in California. JoAnn’s now has it on the shelf, Hobby Lobby will start in July and I was told that Michaels will not be carrying the new clay. Hope they change their mind.

  34. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Michaels does carry the new tools and supplies though. They should think about bumping out the Craftsmart clay to make room for the Souffle… that clay sucks anyway! ;)

  35. Marion Rayner, 18 June, 2014

    I so wish, wish, wish that Michael’s would sell on line. You must have enough ‘clout’ now Cindy to persuade them. On the few occasions we’ve visited the US I’ve always asked the cashier when they’re going to be available for folks outside the USA. Always a negative response. Rather short-sighted as there must be a huge market out there. Cone on Michael! Do us a favour!

  36. Dixie Ann, 18 June, 2014

    Marion, Michaels does sell online now. They just started a few weeks ago. I don’t know if they ship outside the US but it is sure worth a try to find out. I know they have a flat rate shipping for US.

  37. Marion Rayner, 19 June, 2014

    Thank you so much Dixie Ann! I’ll try to order from them now and see what happens.
    Delighted! – Marion

  38. Marion Rayner, 19 June, 2014

    Hi Dixie Ann – sadly when I tried to register Michael’s wouldn’t accept my UK zip code. This doesn’t bode well, I suspect they won’t post to the UK as I have to be signed in to order anything.
    Thanks anyway – boo hoo! – Marion

  39. Dixie Ann, 20 June, 2014

    Hi Marion, with some web stores you have to set up an account first and sign in before you can order anything or view their online catalogue. Rio Grande is a good example of that, but many are like that. They store your information on their servers and once you log in with your email and password, you then gain access. Did you try setting up an account first with Michael’s?
    Let us know how it goes.

  40. Carol, 13 June, 2014

    My vote is for the Hollow Bead Maker

  41. Charline A, 13 June, 2014

    Hi, Cindy,

    In order, I’d like to see the following demonstrated:

    1. Bead Tray
    2. Tool Organizer
    3. Silk Screen Kit
    4. Silicone Molds

    Thanks for checking everything out for us!!


  42. Marilyn Lynskey, 14 June, 2014

    Bead maker and bezel former. Love your work still as you are so inspiring!

  43. Dotty Cooper, 14 June, 2014

    HI, Cindy,

    I would like to see demos on the Clay Silk Screen Kit and he Souffle Clay – in fact, I love to watch anything you want to demo!! Thanks for all the “good things” you teach us each and every week!

  44. Kay Burns, 14 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy, would love to see silk screen kit, hollow beads ,cabs and bezels.Thanks

  45. Barbara Como, 15 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy

    I would love to see the silk screening kit demo. I have purchased the disk by Helen Breil, can hardly wait for them to arrive . I was also reading the post form Dulce Tesoros, and went to look at her masks on FB they are beautiful. I have wanted to make mask from PC but have not found a way to bake them to hold their shape. I do make masks on my embroidery machine. But they are flat they need shaping I have tried using the plastic masks from Joann’s but they are sort of soft for any pressure on them. Any advice would be appreciated.

    Barb in kansas

  46. Cindy Lietz, 16 June, 2014

    Hi Barb, I haven’t made masks before, but I know others have. Are there any papermache masks out there that you could try baking on? Or maybe a plaster head or something? Maybe you could make a simple actual size face out of polymer clay and bake it for a mold? Just an idea or two.

  47. Ginny M, 15 June, 2014

    Hi Cindy,
    Wow, so exciting..I think the clay first. However what ever you do will be awesome:)
    Thanks as always !

  48. Janet Calardo, 16 June, 2014

    I vote for the hollow bead maker. I have purchased it and made beads and working on how to stick together. Thanks.

  49. Susie W, 17 June, 2014

    The clay! I am intrigued by the finish and would like to know what you think about it.

  50. Josilyn L, 18 June, 2014

    I would like to see something from the silicon moulds

  51. Marion Rayner, 22 June, 2014

    Hi Dixie Ann

    Yes, I did try just putting in my e-mail, I used my ‘hotmail’ account so they wouldn’t recognise me as British, but up came the registration page, and again when I put my UK zip code in the message popped up asking me to enter a regular zip code, in other words they don’t recognise anything other than an American or a Canadian zip code. Sad really as this is very short sighted of them, there’s a wealth of people over here who could boost Michael’s sales a great deal. Whenever we visit the US – which isn’t often enough! – I always make a bee-line for Michaels, I love it, it’s like an Aladdin’s cave. We don’t have anything nearly as big over here largely because of the extortionate rates for property. Our available land is limited, and getting smaller by the day!

  52. Dixie Ann, 22 June, 2014

    Gosh Marion, sorry to hear that. I guess your only other recourse is to have someone purchase it for you maybe like a friend or family member and have them ship it over there. Have you checked other websites to see if they ship overseas? There are many online stores that sell PC products and maybe one of them would. It might be worth checking that out also. Good Luck Doll.

  53. Marion Rayner, 23 June, 2014

    Thanks Dixie Ann. Trouble is, anyone in the USA purchasing it on my behalf and sending it across ‘the pond’ would instantly find that no one will ship liquid items. Amazon won’t, and other companies I’ve tried also won’t. We also have a greedy Post Office who charge a phenomenal amount for postage of more than $15. I’ve just found this with the company who sell Cynthia Tinapple’s extruder discs. The postage they want together with the cost of the discs comes to well over $15. Last time I ordered something from the USA which had a postage of $18 I was charged an import duty plus an extortionate administration charge by the Post Office which totalled £20 (approx $33)! this made the total cost of the extruder discs unaffordable and I had to delete my order.

    You don’t know how lucky you-all are over there!
    Thanks for caring

  54. Dixie Ann, 23 June, 2014

    So sorry to hear that Marion. Yes, I do know how lucky I am in the USA. I didn’t buy my disks from Cynthia’s site but went through Amazon. It was better and easier for me. It’s too bad postage has to be such an issue overseas. I understand why they don’t want to ship liquids but that’s the world we live in today. Take care dear lady. (((hugs)))

  55. Marion Rayner, 24 June, 2014

    Hi Dixie Anne

    Thanks very much for the tip re: Cynthia Tinapple’s extruder discs. I went on Amazon just now but couldn’t find them, even tried just ‘extruder discs’, still no luck. Can you tell me what search you used to find them?
    Just found a garden centre that sells Premo! clay for £1.99 ($3.20 approx). This is a good price over here (it usually costs around £2.70), but I’ve seen it in Michael’s for a lot less, and that without a discount!
    Thanks for the hugs – Mmmm! lovely! Mine to you too!

  56. Dixie Ann, 24 June, 2014

    I apologize Marion, I got Cynthias Disk’s from PolyClayPlay which is Trish Hodgins website.

  57. Marion Rayner, 25 June, 2014

    Thanks for the link Dixie Ann, unfortunately they want $14.99 postage to the UK which is more than the $10 reduced postage offered by Cindy’s recommendation. Cindy always picks the best!

  58. Marion Rayner, 24 June, 2014

    Sorry Dixie Anne, me again – just had an e-mail back from Kazun Beads – I complained about the extortionate postage rate for CT’s extruder discs and Judy wrote back to say they’ve adjusted their postage to the UK – didn’t know about our greedy post office! – now it’s only $10 (compared with $18 before). Seems it pays to let people know about issues over here, she didn’t know and was grateful to be informed.

  59. Sandra J, 24 June, 2014

    I wonder if they would for nz too alter the postage that is. Reason why I won’t get them is because the postage costs as much as the disks.

  60. Marion Rayner, 25 June, 2014

    Hi Sandra

    Why don’t you write and ask, there’s a ‘contact us’ button at base of page. The worst they can say is ‘no’. Tell them we both belong to the same club and relate how they adjusted postage for uk. Difficult to refuse one when another has been given adjustment. Good luck!


  61. Sandra j, 25 June, 2014

    Thanks will give it a go.

  62. Sandra j, 25 June, 2014

    Hi cindy, off this topic, have u ever done “backfilling?” If so, what is it and would you consider doing a class with this tecnique?

  63. Cindy Lietz, 27 June, 2014

    Hi Sandra, yeah I have done back filling and yes that would be a could topic for a class. Basically it is where you remove clay from a baked or raw piece of polymer clay (usually by carving), you bake it and add new soft clay to the backfill the removed area. It’s kind of hard to explain here, but is a good thing to learn through a video. Will add that one to the list!

  64. Marion Rayner, 26 April, 2016

    Hi Cindy – can I add my support to the request for Back Filling? Is this anything like Sutton Slice?


  65. Catherine Endres, 04 July, 2014

    Hi Cindy, I’m new member to your website and love it. I bought the silk screen kit and would love to see a demo of that and also one for the soufflé clay. Thank you!

  66. Debi Singleton, 07 July, 2014

    I know you have quite a list here!!! I would love to see information about the Souffle clay!

  67. Marion Rayner, 30 April, 2015

    Hi Cindy

    Just recovered from chronic dehydration, so not much contact I’m afraid, but I still had your fabulous tutorials to watch and mull over – no energy to actually try them, hoping to get back to full swing very soon. I’ve been doing some surfing and came across a tutorial on Polyform where the teacher was using fine glitter through one of Sculpey’s stencils. It looks fabulous and I wondered if this might be a future tutorial you could demonstrate as using glitter thru a stencil sounds rather risky but exciting.

    I hope you, Doug and the family are all well and finding some time for yourselves occasionally!


  68. Cindy Lietz, 06 May, 2015

    It is so nice to hear from you Marion! Sorry to hear that you have been ill… hope that you recover fully very soon. That glitter idea sounds interesting. Looks like they added it to some glazing medium or something. Will have to experiment with that kind of thing. (I bet it will be trickier than it looks though.) If I come up with something new using a technique like that, I will certainly add it to a future tutorial. Thank you so much for popping by!

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