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  1. 2020 Gift Guide for Clay Creatives and Crafters

    Your Ultimate Crafts and Creative Gift Guide for the 2020 Holiday Season Shopping for the perfect gift for your creative friend or loved one can be stressful - so we have put together a fun list of ideas to help make holiday shopping quick and easy!  No matter what their skill level is, overall style or even what types of...

  2. 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...

  3. Mold Making Pt 1

    Let’s talk about mold making. The process of reproducing one object into multiples. There is some basic terminology associated with mold making which will help with the explanation. The first one would be the Master. The Master is the name of the original object that you want to make multiples of. If it’s a sculpture, it’d be called a Master...

  4. New Color Tuesday! Summer Cornflower Pt 1

    Souffle Cornflower is such an interesting color to me - is it Blue? is it Purple? Its a cool color, right? So why does it FEEL warm to me? I'm starting this Cornflower mix month off with a trio of Premo metal colors. What will this blue/purple/warm/cool color do with the micas? Well first off, they will create one of...

  5. Using Liquid Sculpey® - #HowDoYouSculpey (part2)

    Today I would like to tell you a little bit about my new clay love: Liquid Sculpey®! It does work a bit different then regular polymer clay and you need to get used to the different way of working with it at first. So, to make it easier for you I thought I share a couple of ideas where you...

  6. #HowDoYouSculpey-What I Like Most About Sculpey and How I Work With It

    “Hungry Fungus", made with Sculpey Premo™ When I was asked what I like best about Sculpey and especially how I use it, at first I did not know what to say. Honestly the answer is not that easy! Thinking about what I use polymer clay for, and specifically Sculpey, I can not give you a straight forward answer. I am...

  7. #HowDoYouSculpey

    This is a great hashtag to answer, as it has really made me look at my clay journey over the last few years.  My love of Sculpey  and polymer clay began with sculpting silly and super simple zombie fingers for friends. I was enthralled by how the this medium took to form and texture. The colors choices from bright to...

  8. My Liquid Sculpey Design and Exploration Journey Pt 2

    In my first blog I talked about my beginning adventures with Liquid Clay (LS), including how I once "lost" it in my oven. Ohhh, and then Liquid Sculpey really got exciting (and easy!) when we discovered silicone molds! I made several pendants for my friends using just the seahorse and coral combination! First I want to point out something...

  9. My Liquid Sculpey Design and Exploration Journey

    I was asked to write about Liquid Sculpey and I thought, "What am I going to talk about? How to use it? When to use it? That's pretty much been talked about already." So I decided instead to take you on a little pictorial journey with me and my LS. Translucent Liquid Sculpey (which we affectionately all refer to as...

  10. Photo Gallery from syn's Souffle Blog

    Part of my job is to "break" new stuff. I threw everything I had at Souffle - transfer, silkscreen, pencil, ink, caning, molding, color mixing - it not only worked- it surpassed what I thought it *could* do if it worked! So here are some photos of the MANY things I waved at you in my Facebook Live for Sculpey...

  11. New Color Tuesday! Best of 2019 Pt 5 (All Souffle 1:1 Mixes Featuring Pistachio)

    Wow, last NCT post for the year and the DECADE! Six years of NCTs and there are still colors to mix!! Souffle Pistachio is my Wild Card Mixer - You just never know what color it's going to create. I'm in love with that Mandarin/Pistachio rich Maize color, but I like that kind of watermelon color created by the Souffle...

  12. Six Top Tools for Polymer Clay

    Whether you have just started working with clay or you're a seasoned pro, you'll need some tools. Tools can smooth out your edges for a clean look, add lines of texture for a fun visual element, give your project a beautiful finish and more! Tools make the work easy and your final result professional. With the wide variety of polymer...

  13. Understanding Liquid Clay: Clear vs. Translucent

    If you're wondering what the difference is between clear and translucent polymer clay, you're not alone. First, let's talk about the meaning of liquid clay.  Liquid polymer clay is what it sounds like: polymer clay in liquid form. Liquid clay is a slightly sticky, medium-density liquid that does not require softening. While liquid polymer clay bakes the same way as regular...

  14. Using Silicone Molds With Polymer Clay

    Are you wondering how to use silicone molds with polymer clay to get a good casting? Read on for tips and tricks for making polymer clay designs with silicone molds for a fun, easy and mess-free project. How to Use Silicone Molds With Polymer Clay Due to their ease of use and flexibility, silicone molds are a popular choice for...

  15. How to Soften Polymer Clay

    A common question from clayers and crafters is what to do about polymer clay that's become too hard. Can clay become too firm to the point where it's unusable? The answer is yes and no. Fortunately, there are several methods you can use to soften polymer clay that has become too hard.  Sometimes, you can store polymer clay for years...

  16. How to Stiffen Polymer Clay

    When the weather gets warmer, your polymer clay may soften and even become sticky. Warm hands and hot work areas can also cause clay to become too soft. As a crafter, you know how important it is to work with firm polymer clay. When clay is stiff enough, you're better able to get crisp, fine details in your designs and...

  17. How to Condition Polymer Clay

    Before using polymer clay for crafts, structures, figurines or jewelry, it's essential to learn how to condition it. Always condition your polymer clay straight from the package to ensure maximum softness and flexibility. You can either knead polymer clay in your hands or run it through a pasta machine for the desired effect.  What Is Conditioning? Conditioning is the process...

  18. New Color Tuesday - Souffle Concrete Pt 1

    That's right, I get subtle this month - no in-your-face color mixes for once! Hey, I've got to play grownup once in a while! It's no secret that I'm really into greys now with my Antique Red hair. Premo Slate, Premo Accents Graphite and Souffle Concrete are figuring quite prominently in my clays on the worktable. Concrete is an especially...

  19. New Color Tuesday! Almost FAll with Souffle Pt 2

    Souffle Canary is one of those colors that always surprises in mixes. OF COURSE I love the Maize color created by Souffle Cinnamon and Canary mixed 1:1 (change the ratio dropping the Cinnamon amount for a lighter version). I was surprised that the Souffle Cowboy/Canary mix makes almost a Latte color! And of course, super saturated Souffle Shamrock held its...

  20. Sculpey® Bakeable Molds

    Do you ever get a design in mind that is just too complex to do by hand? Or maybe you'd like to create multiple identical pieces? Sculpey® can help! Silicone molds with polymer clay and Liquid Sculpey offer an easy way to create detailed designs that come out just as sturdy as your non-molded pieces. Molds are easy to use...

  21. New Color Tuesday! Souffle Cornflower Pt 1

    The new Souffle color called Cornflower is an interesting color -Is it blue? Is it purple? Is it BOTH? And since I'm obsessed with mixing Souffle with Premo Accents Metallics right now, I thought I would mix with the wildest of the metallics (Purple Pearl and Bright Green Pearl) with both a cool palette and a warm palette. Once I...

  22. Polymer Clay Pasta Machine

    Whether you're new to the world of polymer clay or have worked with this fun and addictive medium for years, there will come a time when you'll think about using a clay pasta machine. If you're ready to take claying to the next level with a pasta machine, you probably have some questions about how it works and what to...

  23. Sculpey for Beginners

    Table of Contents: What Is Polymer Clay? What Types of Polymer Clay Are There? What Can I Create With Polymer Clay? What Polymer Clay Tools Do I Need? How Do I Bake Clay? Where Can I Find Clay Inspiration? Learn to Make Polymer Clay Jewelry Sculpey polymer clay is fun to use and extremely versatile. Anyone can work with polymer...

  24. The Difference Between Polymer Clay and Air Dry Clay

    Whether you've been thinking about getting into clay crafting or you've been doing this unique hobby for a little bit now, you may still be learning about different tools and clays and coming up with new projects to try. There are all kinds of clay out there, and you'll probably give most of them a try sooner or later. Two common...

  25. Mixing Brands of Clay by Rachel Hateley

    I have found that with the many years I've been sharing my polymer clay work online I often get a lot of questions about different the techniques and processes I use, which is great because crafters are trying to learn new things and further improve their skills. Some of these questions are quite advanced and some we can consider quite...

  26. Working with Polymer Clay and Natural Elements/Mixed Media By Jenny Sorensen

    One of the best parts about working with polymer clay is being able to transform it to resemble practically anything.  Stones, shells, wood and more can be imitated using polymer clay, making it one of the most versatile mediums on the market. Even though these elements can be mimicked with clay, using natural materials with polymer can bring a new...

  27. What Surprised Me About Souffle

    First, as I've said many times, the colors really surprised me when I opened the test box of clay. But after a full day of working with it, I realized how they were designed to go together and pop against each other. They look like custom colors right out of the package. Second, when I was traveling and showing artists...

  28. My Souffle Fan Mail

    I am probably the biggest fan of Souffle out there! (and you probably already gathered that from all my posts..LOL) It wasn't always that way.... Part of what I do for Sculpey is create projects with the new products and items for the packaging photos.  I also like to say that it's my job to try to break the new product ...

  29. Boho Ornaments

    Today, let’s talk about some of the latest Sculpey products : The Sculpey Silicone Mandala Mold I discovered it a few months ago and « loved it at first sight ». The goal is simple : add some Liquid Sculpey in it, cure it and you’ll have very beautiful and detailed lace doilies in polymer clay. (and you can trust me, it is SO...

  30. New Color Tuesday! November Week III

    Hmm, apparently I no longer remember how to tell my fingers to type out the entire month name of November - it took 3 tries. This week is another NCT Winner for me - I swear you can't go wrong mixing with Pistachio.  And Cinnamon is ALWAYS a winner with me! Look at that beautiful soft maize color! I really...

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