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  1. New Color Tuesday! Introducing new Premo Soufflé™ Midnight Blue- Pt 3

    I wasn't expected Wild Cards with this trio of Soufflé colors, but I sure got a couple of surprises! The Jade mix is a really nice teal color, right? The Raspberry mix is way more purplish than I expected, but I was secretly pleased! And Cinnamon? Wow! What a nice warm brown tone this is! #1 This is a really...

  2. Ace of Clay - How Do I Sculpey?

    Hey everyone! I’m Anthony from Ace of Clay on YouTube again and today I’m going to be discussing various aspects of the creative process and what gets me inspired to sculpt. I am a self-taught sculptor and I love pretty much anything and everything horror, sci-fi, and fantasy related. I have been a creative since the day I was born...

  3. New Color Tuesday! Introducing new Premo Soufflé™ Midnight Blue- Pt 2

    Last week was Neutrals, this week is Wild Cards! And actually, these turned out about how I expected them to. That Shamrock mix looks like a really nice cool jungle green. The Turnip mix is just about what I envisioned when I decided to mix them. Of course, the Pistachio mix is my favorite - its not warm, its not...

  4. Getting Started with Sculpey

    Hi everyone! I’m Anthony from Ace of Clay on YouTube and I am so excited to be able to share with you how to get started sculpting with Sculpey! Just to give you a little background, I have been using Sculpey since I was introduced to it in middle school. It my go-to clay that I use to create all...

  5. Why is Sculpey clay so hard to find right now?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Sculpey and our fans in many ways. We are delighted to see both our current fans and those new to the world of clay creating amazing things! Unfortunately, we were not able to produce at 100% capacity for several months due to the government-mandated COVID-19 business shutdown.  This has resulted in out-of-stock clay in both...

  6. Tips for Keeping Polymer Clay Clean

    Whether you're an expert clayer or new to the craft, you've probably experienced the frustration of dust, dirt and hair embedding themselves in your hard work. You'll see the specks and hairs stick out like a sore thumb on light colors, and if you have pets, it's almost impossible to keep their shedding at bay. Fortunately, it's not impossible. With...

  7. Does Polymer Clay Melt Plastic? 

    Polymer clay can melt — or soften — certain plastics in its raw state. If you place a slab of unbaked polymer clay onto the surface of an incompatible plastic, the plasticizers in the clay can soften the plastic and cause it to unstiffen or "melt." There are several different plastics made with different materials, and many have the potential...

  8. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Premo Soufflé™ Midnight Blue- Pt 1

    Now Midnight Blue is just a luscious color all on its own , but I decided to start with the basics to mix with the new Premo Soufflé™ Midnight Blue. So I've mixed with Soufflé Concrete, Igloo and Latte. There should have been little or no surprises here, but my eyebrows raised on every mix. First, that Concrete mix? What...

  9. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Sculpey Premo™ Mustard- Pt 5

    I'm so happy I get a bonus mix week this month, because-honestly-I could have mixed several more palettes this month! First, can I comment on the unexpected (at least to me) palette combo of Sculpey Premo™ White, Spanish Olive and Pomegranate? Great kitchen decor colors, planter decor - oh my.. #1 Yep, this is a killer color palette as well...

  10. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Sculpey Premo™ Mustard- Pt. 4

    Unexpected colors in these mixes is what keeps me coming back to my clay table each month to mix these NCTs. This month was SUPER fun for me. Who would have guessed that Sculpey Premo™ Slate and Mustard 1:1 would make a lovely soft sage GREEN? I expected a green tone with the Sculpey Premo™ Turquoise, but not the Slate...

  11. #HowDoYouSculpey? with Melissa Piddington

    Well hello there again, its me Melissa Piddington, amateur polymer clay artist here to tell you all about what inspires me, how I create and why Sculpey polymer clay is just so darn fun to play with. Now when it comes to inspiration for me, it literally comes from everywhere, I could be visiting a friend and notice that their...

  12. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Sculpey Premo™ Mustard-Pt 3

    As we slowly transition into Fall, my color palettes are slowing transitioning as well - are yours? Of course, Sculpey Premo™ Wasabi is one of my favorite mix colors and I was curious to see what would happen with the two mica clays as well. I'm quite happy with both of those mixes as well - that Bronze/Mustard mix is...

  13. All things Slab Designing and Building

    Hello there, my name is Melissa Piddington and I’m here to talk all things clay slabs! One of my favourite things to do with polymer clay because the possibilities are endless and there really is no right or wrong way to do it, so as long as you have a little bit of imagination and some polymer clay at your...

  14. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Premo Mustard Pt 2

    I know right? I am mixing with ALL Premo. I can't help it.. I love this new Sculpey Premo™ Mustard color. Who knew that if you mixed Sculpey Premo™ Wisteria and Mustard that you would get a flesh-type color? I expected a grey-tone and, BOY, was I surprised! #1 This is an unusual palette, but I could see using it...

  15. New Color Tuesday! Introducing Premo Mustard Pt 1

    Introducing (yet ANOTHER) new Premo color coming SOON! This is Premo Mustard.. I have to say, this was one of my most favorite NCT mix months EVER. Thank goodness that it's a 5 Tuesday month because there were sooo many mixes I wanted to try. This color just came through with every single mix I threw at it. Of course...

  16. #HowDoYouSculpey? with Teresa Pandora Salgado.

    Behold, the Bowl of Shame. I present it to you with a mix of humor, humility, and, yes, compassion for the poor bowl itself. On New Year’s Day, 2010, I opened my first three blocks of clay. My profound artistic ignorance had led me to believe I could simply roll up some clay and make cane like Jon Stuart Anderson...

  17. New Color Tuesday! Summer Sea Glass Pt 4

    Sea Glass is back! I'm transitioning here to a late Summer/early Fall palette. As a pro photographer for over 40 years, I'm rather responsive to natural lighting and the tracking of the seasons in outdoor light. #1 Oh yes, all 3 of these look so good together. Latte is a great mix color to help bring a diverse group of...

  18. New Color Tuesday! Summer Sea Glass Pt 3

    WHAT NO SEA GLASS? I decided that I wanted to explore with the Premo Antique Gold a little this week. Don't worry Sea Glass will be back next week! Antique Gold is one of those colors that I was all about when it first came out, but lately, it's languished in my clay cabinet. Since I broke it out last...

  19. Using Baby Wipes With Polymer Clay

    Baby wipes are a must-have when it comes to working with polymer clay. Baby wipes are incredibly versatile and provide an easy way to keep your work surface, tools and hands clean.  You can also use baby wipes to delicately clean unsightly overflow areas of paint on your polymer clay. Let's say you are creating an intricate design and paint a little...

  20. How to Make Polymer Clay Buttons

    Need to find the perfect button for your latest creation? If you knit, sew or crochet and are interested in making your own unique buttons, consider using polymer clay! Polymer clay buttons are easy to make, durable, come in multiple colors and can be made into any shape or texture.  Making Polymer Clay Buttons: What You Will Need  You'll need...

  21. New Color Tuesday! Summer Sea Glass Pt 2

    Oh yes! Greens! I love me some greens and gold and what says verdant Summer more than these color combos above? Plus, I was surprised that Premo Amber, which is a translucent color came to PLAY in color mixing while adding a nice warmth to the Sea Glass overtone. #1 I want to wear these colors, I want to sleep...

  22. New Color Tuesday - Summer Sea Glass Pt 1

    Well, as my Mother would say, "A day late, a dollar short" and I happen to be BOTH of those right now. LOL. I'm mixing this month with Souffle Sea Glass - a dual personality color - is it blue? Or is it green? Of course, I love the Premo Copper/Sea Glass mix,so lets start with that one. #1 Ohh...

  23. Can You Rebake Polymer Clay?

    If the piece in question has not been glazed or painted, you absolutely can rebake polymer clay. Depending on the project, baking polymer clay multiple times may be the only way to make sure it turns out correctly.  If you do decide to rebake a polymer clay project, be sure to let it cool completely between baking cycles. Also, check that...

  24. Polymer Clay Repair

    Have you spent hours or even days on a polymer clay project only to find that it has suffered small cracks or breakage during baking? Cracking is almost always caused by insufficient curing or by baking a sculpture with uneven thicknesses throughout. To ensure you have a consistent thickness in your piece, we recommend “bulking out” with foil or creating an...

  25. #HowDoYouSculpey -Pandorafied!

    After five years on the Sculpey Design Squad, I’m delighted to say I find it more exciting every year! That’s because of the care and research the Sculpey gang puts into creating new products. It feels like Christmas every time a box arrives. (True Confession: Sometimes I tease myself and I don’t open it for an hour.)  What I find...

  26. New Color Tuesday! Summer Cornflower Pt 4

    Ahh, I saved the best for last! I am all about the Mid-Century Modern shapes, designs and colors- so I get really excited when I find a palette that is reminiscent of that style. I love this entire palette, especially the 3 mixes together.. #1 Great palette with the grey background, right? They would awesome with white and off white...

  27. Just In Time for Summer! Miniature Lemonade Charms

    “Sweet Caroline’s Clay” here! For this project we are going to make a miniature lemonade charm! All you will need is a small amount of Premo Sunshine, Translucent and Black clay, eye pins, some pink chalk for the cheeks and Sculpey Bake and Bond.  Start with a ball of yellow clay- you can ultimately decide the size of your cup. Roll...

  28. New Color Tuesday! Summer Cornflower Pt 3

    Okay, I knew that the Premo Silver and Souffle Turnip would most likely be a really good combination, but I was kind of surprised that it was a nice purple mix because I expected more of a pinkish mix. The Premo Gold/Souffle Turnip was exactly what I thought it would be - a rich copper color. But the Souffle Cornflower/Turnip...

  29. # HowDoYouSculpey? with Caroline Aguanno

    “My name is Caroline, creator of Sweet Caroline’s Clay - Miniatures are my absolute favorite thing to make. I personally feel like the smaller the better! I find that Sculpey Premo™ is the best clay to work with for me. It’s not too hard and not too soft, making it the perfect combo for sculpting minis!   Today I’m going to...

  30. New Color Tuesday! Summer Cornflower Pt 2

    Ohhh! Blues and greens with a dash of warm yellow...that's Summer for me. I see so many possible sub-palettes here is was hard to pick just three. #1 Cornflower, Canary and Canary/Sea Glass 1:1 is a great warm mix without being too much in-your-face with bright colors. This is a happy palette for me. #2 Copper, Canary and Canary/Sea Glass...

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