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Polymer Clay

  1. Syndee Holt

    Introducing Sculpey Soufflé™ Ivory Pt 5

    Now this is my kind of palette! Bright, warm colors that trend towards mid-century memories. The top row of the large photo contains the 3 colors that I'm mixing with the Ivory (I) on the far right. The bottom 3 colors are the colors mixes created by mixing 4 parts of the color directly above with 1 part (4:1) of...

  2. Syndee Holt

    Introducing Sculpey Soufflé™ Ivory Pt 4

    Wow! This is a trio of really rich Soufflé™ colors that I'm mixing 4 parts to 1 part of the Soufflé™ Ivory this week! I actually like all the four original colors together because the Ivory really adds the pop to the darker palette of the other three colors. The top row of the large photo contains the 3 colors...

  3. Syndee Holt

    Introducing Sculpey Soufflé™ Ivory Pt 3

    Okay! This week we are mixing with all Sculpey Soufflé™! Again I am mixing 4 parts of each of the selected clay colors to 1 part of the Sculpey Soufflé™ Ivory. The top row of the large photo contains the 3 colors that I'm mixing with the Ivory (I) on the far right. The bottom 3 colors are the colors mixes created...

  4. Ace Clay

    When to Use What Super Sculpey by Ace of Clay

    My go-to Sculpey clays are always the Super Sculpey line. I use Super Sculpey Original and Firm the most. I love using both clays together on one project to take advantage of their different properties. While both clays can be used to create entire sculptures alone, using them for different areas will make the job easier so that you can...

  5. Syndee Holt

    How to Store Polymer Clay Canes

    Keep your polymer clay canes safe with this storage tip from Sculpey. We offer high-quality tools and crafting materials to ambitious artists. Learn more here!

  6. Caroline Aguanno

    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...

  7. Syndee Holt

    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...

  8. Anke Humpert

    #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...

  9. Amy Hucks


    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...

  10. Syndee Holt

    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...

  11. Sculpey Design Squad

    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...

  12. Sculpey Design Squad

    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 follow these simple tips to condition polymer clay and bring your crafting ideas to life.  What Is Conditioning? Conditioning is the process by which you...

  13. Sculpey Design Squad

    The Difference Between Polymer Clay and Air Dry Clay

    Table of Contents: What is Polymer Clay Air Dry Vs. Polymer Clay Benefits of Polymer Clay Find Sculpey® Clay Online Benefits of Air-Dry Clay Find Sculpey Air-Dry™ Online Shop Sculpey® Polymer and Air-Dry Clay Online Have you been thinking about getting into clay crafting? Or, maybe you've been clay crafting for a while and are learning about different tools and...

  14. Rachel Hateley

    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...

  15. Syndee Holt

    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 ...

  16. Katie Oskin

    GREEN Gotta Have Its!

    If you've followed me for any amount of time now, you know that I absolutely love Premo! by Sculpey clays in all their forms. But you also know that more than anything, I love making my own new colors from their base colors. Here's a few of my favorite recipes over the years and a few others I think you will love. Continue reading →

  17. Miranda Farrand

    Experimenting with Glow-in-the-dark Polymer Clay

    Yesterday with the help of my mini-me, I experimented with Glow-In-The-Dark or GITD polymer clay. She took notes while I dictated what I was doing. The idea was to discover if any other light clay could be mixed with Sculpey III Glow-in-the-Dark and still retain the glow. For our experiment, we used Sculpey III Glow-in-the-dark, Premo Translucent, Premo Pearl and...

  18. Sculpey Design Squad

    How to Make a Polymer Clay Mold Using Premo Clay

    Flowers are blooming, trees are lush and green, and the weeds are abundant! It inspired me to go for a walk in the woods, and as polymer clay is always on my mind, I decided to search for something new to use in my mold-making. I found so many interesting shapes and textures that I thought would lend themselves...

  19. Teresa Pandora Salgado

    Sculpey Soufflé- The Chameleon of Clay

    Sculpey Soufflé-The Chameleon of Clay Right off the bat I’ll admit it. Thoughts of polymer clay and its particular properties dominate way too many of my waking hours. Here’s my rationale, though: I could be worrying about lots of other stuff I can’t control, like climate change, cybercrime, and the catastrophic caloric content of Pop Tarts; but instead, I choose...

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