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I could not find a place to leave a comment about mixing clay colors. I wanted to let you know about a hint I saw on line that may be slightly more accurate
I just stumbled onto this site by doing a 'google images' for clay designs. Then the phrase 'tutorial heaven' jumped to my attention. The titles of your
I have read where people routinely dunk their fresh out of the oven baked clay in an ice water bath. I wonder what this accomplishes and what the outcome
I was using this method to make some 'mottled' red and blue beads, intending to add silver splashes here and there. When I had used the dauber technique
I've discovered that mineral oil will work - just a drop or two on a large chunk of crumbly clay, but use it that day. Otherwise it gets a really sticky
I always see the front of jewelry, but no one shows the back side. I would like more information on different ways to finish the back of my polymer clay
what is the best way to add seed beads to clay as a decorative componant before baking jewelry piece
Hi, thank you so much for such a generous website. These particular beads are absolutely beautiful. Can you please tell me what texture sheet or stamp
Hi, I just came across this polymer clay and the ornaments that could be designed by one self. I also read that the polymer clay has to be baked for making
Bakin polymer clay in aluminum tray