Polymer Clay Texture Stamps by My Mandarin Ducky

Mandarin Duck Products - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #757: A product demo and review video, showcasing several of Aniko Kolesnikova’s unique Polymer Clay Tools and Supplies.

In today’s video I am excited to share with you the brand new Texture Stamps (and other awesome polymer clay stuff) from Aniko Kolesnikova and her Mandarin Duck brand.

Aniko is one of my favorite polymer clay artists. Her style is nature based, detailed and wonderfully whimsical. Her gorgeous polymer clay journals are adorned with woodland creatures like foxes and owls, as well as enchanting dragons, flowers, leaves, feathers and more.

Aniko has a background in graphic design, and it shows. Her stamp designs are some of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. Her packaging is wonderful too, with photos on the back that show the stamp design pressed into clay and stamped with ink onto paper as well.

As you will see in the video, I am very impressed with the quality of the stamps overall. The value is definitely there.

You will also see samples of other tools and products that she carries in her Etsy shop like Mica Powders (Mandarin Sparkle), Micro Beads (Little Beadies), Tiny Hole Cutters (Dotties) and a set of Dotting Tools.

After watching this video you’ll want to check out her products (see link below this video, to her Etsy Store).

Do you have any suggestions for videos on tips, techniques or products you would like to learn more about? Let me know in the comments section below!

My goal is to help you to learn quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.

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Looking forward to hearing from you!

Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor
  1. Dixie Ann, 14 November, 2016

    Wonderful video on Mandarin Duck, I follow her all the time and just love watching and listening to her. She has come out with some great stamps and I am so glad you were able to demo her products because I have been sitting on the fence wondering if I should invest in some more. After watching you Cindy, I am definitely going to do just that. I have purchased things from her before and even thought they come from the UK she is so good about shipping them out fast and inexpensive. Thanks Cindy for your wonderful demo style and thanks to Aniko for her wonderful creative style.

  2. Cindy Lietz, 14 November, 2016

    Thank you Dixie Ann! I am happy to hear that you have purchased and enjoyed using Aniko’s stamps as well. She really is a talented and sweet person which is easy to support! :)

  3. Dawn B, 16 November, 2016

    Those are really nice. I love her designs. I’ll definitely check out her sites and videos. Thanks again Cindy.

  4. Cindy Lietz, 17 November, 2016

    You should do that Dawn. Also make sure to check out her site, she does some really wonderful things!

  5. Kelin M, 17 November, 2016

    I was so happy to see you do a review of Aniko’s products. She is such a lovely person and I was fortunate enough to be able to support her Kickstarter project so that she was able to produce these stamps for everyone to use. I’ve purchased her Dotties set as well and only have good things to say in my experiences with her shop.
    It seems I’ve fallen behind in knowing what she sells though lol. I didn’t know she was selling mica powders now, so I’ll have to go check those out!

  6. Cindy Lietz, 17 November, 2016

    That is neat to hear that you supported her kickstarter Kelin! Her stamps are beautiful and because of people like you, the rest pf the polymer clay world can get them too! :)

  7. Elizabeth S, 19 November, 2016

    Aniko is one of my favorite polymer clay artists too! I had no idea she had so many products available. I purchased a set of her tiny round cutters quite some time ago, but don’t recall seeing many other products available in her store. I’ll definitely have to go take a look at her store again. I also didn’t know she had a video showing how to fashion the tiny cutters into other shapes. I see another order from her shop in my near future! As always, your videos contain a wealth of knowledge and information!

  8. Cindy Lietz, 21 November, 2016

    That is wonderful Elizabeth to hear that you love to support artists like Aniko! (If you do make another order, I would love it if you would consider using our affiliate link to her store. When you do, Etsy sends us a small commission which supports our efforts in creating free weekly videos for you. It does not cost you any more. She just added some new products to her store that you may want to add to your Holiday Shopping List :)

  9. Anna Stratton, 20 November, 2016

    Anika is amazing and has really wonderful YouTube videos where she shares many of her techniques. She so enjoyable to watch and listen to, quite a fun artist!!! She was the first Kickstarter I ever supported. She has been inspiration and generously in sharing her knowledge and I just had to give back to her.


  10. Cindy Lietz, 21 November, 2016

    That is wonderful Anna that you supported Aniko with her kickstarter as well as the others above. Without people like you guys, she may not have been able to bring her wonderful designs to the market. I am sure she is very grateful!

  11. Natalie Herbin, 10 April, 2017

    Hi Cindy,
    You did a tutorial or rather a review of a set of very tiny cutters usually some type of audio supplies that were sent to you . Since that Etsy shop is no pinger open. I did check out Mandarin Ducky but her set only has round ones. Does I ether you or Doug now the actual name of what was used to make these cutters. My South East Florida Polymer Clay Guild is interested in them .I am in charge of a column called Bits &Pieces of Polymer clay were I review New an innovative tools to be used with PC I would appreciate any help you ca give me on this matter
    Happy Claying Around
    On another note. ..the Orlando Polymer Clay Guild has a Polymer Clay retreat every year in Orlando. Ad I am so exited about attending this year. I’ll keep you posted on how it works out .Its May 4- May 8

  12. Cindy Lietz, 12 April, 2017

    Hi Natalie, congrats on getting that column! The product you are looking for is called Ferrule Wire Copper Crimp Connector Insulated Cord Pin End Terminals. They come round and you have to shape them with pliers to get the shape you want. Here is our Amazon link to where you can buy them in bulk.

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