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Rachel Hinderliter

Rachel Hinderliter

Rachel Hinderliter is a creative blogger behind Lines Across and Let’s Wrap Stuff. She first discovered polymer clay a few years ago, and since then it has become one of her favorite artistic mediums. Most of her projects are quick, simple, and modern. She loves bright colors and geometric shapes, and making things with her hands. Rachel lives in Chattanooga, TN with her husband and three young kids.

  1. Watercolor Inspiration

    I absolutely love painting with watercolors (if you follow me on Instagram you probably have already noticed this), and I especially love the beautiful effects that are created as the paint randomly scatters across the page. What’s great is that you can create a similar effect using polymer clay. I first got the idea when I saw this tutorial by...

  2. Candy Inspiration

    Candy is so colorful and fun and has been a huge inspiration to me when working with polymer clay. I even share fun pictures of candy (with fellow artist Natasha of Violet Tinder Studios) on Instagram every week. We even created a fun hashtag #thecandyrainbow for sharing creative pictures of candy. Sculpey Ideas From Candy Many of the projects I’ve...

  3. Inspired by Braids

    There are so many fun ways to braid your hair, or to use braiding to create beautiful jewelry or other crafts. I just love the texture and beautiful and interesting shapes that braiding creates.           Years ago (before I had ever picked up polymer clay) I saw this tutorial by Delighted Momma for making beautiful braided...

  4. Rainbow Inspiration

    I am completely obsessed with colors, and although I love neutral tones and black and white, I especially love bright bold colors and seeing how they interact with each other.                 When I’m working on a project, I will spend so much time looking at and comparing colors of clay before settling on...

  5. Watercolor Inspiration

    I absolutely love painting with watercolors (if you follow me on Instagram you probably have already noticed this), and I especially love the beautiful effects that are created as the paint randomly scatters across the page.             What’s great is that you can create a similar effect using polymer clay. I first got the idea...

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