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  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. Mold Making Tips

    We get asked all of the time about how to make molds of things that you create.  So we are teaming up with our friend Matt Jones of the Plastik Surgery Workshop to give a little advice on the best ways to do this. Tip 1 - One Piece Tool - Mold Making: - We call the 3D design you...

  6. Sculpey as a Household Tool by syndee holt

    We all joke that you can do anything with Sculpey, so I thought I would show you some of my recent "fixes" with Sculpey.  First, my gate latch.  I got tired of it not closing (when we slam it), so I put a little bit of baked, extuded clay in the back of it so the latch can't lay back...

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