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Projects

  1. Adding Curves to Polymer Clay Pieces

    For some of your polymer clay projects, you may want to give the piece a curve. The curve may serve a practical purpose, like when making a bracelet. Curves also add a nice aesthetic touch, such as making a leaf look realistic. Baking curves into polymer clay is easy to do and will transform your pieces. Read this guide to learn...

  2. Claying with Veneers by Lynn Yuhr

    Veneers are a staple in polymer clay creations.  I use veneers ALL the time. It is basically a decorative sheet of clay. It could be a sheet with a surface treatment (for example, silk screened or alcohol inks), a pattern of cane slices pieced together or a mokume gane slice. But it can also be simple . . . . ...

  3. How to Get Started in Miniatures

    Design by Melissa "Mo" Tipton Miniature food making relies on a set of basic sculpting skills, and handily enough, today’s project gives you a chance to practice all of them. The skills you’ll be learning, which will help you with a variety of other tiny food projects, are: Using the proper amount of translucent clayCreating realistic crumbsGiving clay a browned...

  4. 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...

  5. NEW LOOK STRATA BEADS by Claire Maunsell

    For today’s post I thought it would be fun to update a classic hollow bead technique that I’ve used for many years by using the delicious new bright colours in the Souffle line. I was sent some of these to try (along with some other fun stuff – thanks Polyform!) and I think they are just the thing for me...

  6. Translucent clay components: Colour Inside and Colour Outside

    When I first began exploring polymer I was coming from years working with hot glass. You can imagine how excited I was to find that translucent clay existed in a few varieties in the Polyform line! I found it was a natural progression from sandblasted glass to translucent polymer clay. It’s very easy to add small amounts of colour to...

  7. How to Make Cute Polymer Charms

    This guide is for you if you are wanting to get into making cute clay charms out of polymer clay or have already started and consider yourself a beginner. I have been making kawaii style charms since I first picked up my first blocks of clay in 2012 and have learnt lots along the way, so I hope you get...

  8. Sculpey® Horns

    When you work with clay, you have endless possibilities in the types of pieces you can create. Your only limit in this unique craft is your imagination! When you use Sculpey® clay and our specialized tools, you can make just about anything. If you're looking for unique new ideas for Sculpey® clay, try making clay horns! From fun headbands to...

  9. 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...

  10. Personalized Wine Glasses and Charms with Sculpey and Dremel

    We are kicking off the holiday season with a fun DIY wine glass and charm project!  These are perfect for holiday parties and would make an amazing hostess gift!  Giving personalized gifts are the ultimate way to show your family and friends how much you appreciate them! We teamed up with our friends at Dremel to create the perfect set...

  11. Thinking Outside the Jewelry Box

    I LOVE to make jewelry. I’ll always make jewelry. The only thing jewelry-making lacks is the ability to “work large”. You see, I sometimes I feel like I spend entire days without moving anything but my eyeballs and four of my fingers (2 pointers, two thumbs). Such is the life of a caner. So, for balance (and sanity), I started...

  12. Elephant Mini Planter Tutorial

    Elephant Mini Planter Tutorial Elephant Mini Planter Tutorial by Katie Oskin Love air plants, tiny succulents, or faux plants made from polymer clay? Here's a quick and easy little mini planter project made from polymer clay and a few basic supplies that you can have fun with in your studio!  Continue reading →

  13. Polymer Clay Projects for Kids

    Table of Contents: What Our Polymer Clay Is Made Of The Best Types of Polymer Clay for Kids Different Kinds of Kids’ Polymer Clay Projects Polymer Clay Project Ideas Kids Will Love A Few Quick Tips Where to Get Polymer Clay for Kids Kids love to play with clay. It gives them the freedom to build anything they want, squash...

  14. A Guide to Making Oven-Bake Clay Earrings

    Table of Contents What is Polymer Clay What Makes Polymer Clay So Great? How to Prepare to Make Polymer Clay Earrings Different Types of Earrings How to Make Polymer Clay Stud, Unicorn Horn and Other Earrings Pattern Ideas for Your Polymer Clay Earrings Bring Your Polymer Clay Earring Designs to Life With Sculpey Polymer clay is an exciting and fun crafting...

  15. Office Party Favors by: Patti Kimle

    A good friend of mine hosts a Christmas party for her husband’s office. He is the head of a government research facility here where I live. For the past 4 years, I have made a cane design to slice into ornaments for the party favors she gives the employees. Every year, the design includes the lab’s logo, a shaded blue...

  16. Oopsy Daisy Wine Glasses

    Summertime means garden and backyard fun.  With the upcoming gatherings for family and friends, I created these festive wine glasses to spread some happy.  They are super easy to make and would be fantastic as a bridal shower gift (or favor) as well as a friendship surcee. Wrapping Wine Glasses With Sculpey Clay To make the wine glasses, you will...

  17. Summer Bling Rings

    Summer is right around the corner with white and light colors popping up in the fashion trends. I thought it would be fun to create some bling to go with the summertime fun casual or sparkling evening wear styles. I stumbled onto a fairly new technique to create faux Druzy stones using polymer clay and glitter…both of which I...

  18. I'm So Ready for Summer!

    Living on the Oregon Coast is a beautiful place to be, although when you have a record rainfall you are just counting the days until summer! I thought these simple watermelon cane earrings would put me in the mood for picnics and warm summer nights! Although it has been around for years, I have discovered UV resin. The great thing...

  19. Chalkboard Flowers

    With the popularity of chalkboards this season I wanted to mimic the look with polymer clay for adding accents, and it worked! I was so excited when the first flower was finished that I put it right on a chalkboard. Let me back up a bit and tell you when I learned this technique which is called “chalking” in the...

  20. Valentine's Day with Clay

    Valentines Day is one of my favorite holidays for creating fun projects.  Here are THREE easy peasy ones that you can do with Bake Shop clay and use for decor or card giving.  I think that hand made items are always meaningful but even more so for this season of love.  Bake Shop clay is so easy to work with...

  21. New Year's Memory Jar

    The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to make new plans and create a bigger and more amazing vision for life.  This New Year's Memory Jar is a perfect way to document the memories throughout the year that you most want to remember.  It is fun to create and has such a magical purpose for creating a...

  22. I'd Melt For You Snowman Ornament

    Wintertime is such a fun time for creating things that can be used seasonally and for the holidays.  This ornament is great for both.  I know that I love snowmen and the whole idea of them.  I love that they are practically magically and that the water that creates the snow cycles through and can be reused over and over...

  23. Halloween Party Pumpkin Decorations

    Halloween is such a creative holiday.  With the changing of the seasons and the excitement of dressing up and treats, many people throw parties to celebrate.  These Halloween party pumpkin decorations are great to do before a party as decor or at a party as a craft activity.  I used Sculpey Bake Shop for these and it worked perfectly. Step...

  24. Glow in the Dark Clay Jar Pets

    These glow in the dark jar pets are perfect for the fall holiday season.  They are made with Sculpey Glow in the Dark Clay in just a few simple steps.   To make the individual creatures in the jars,  I hand molded the glow in the dark clay.  I created a standing piece for each jar and one to hang...

  25. 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...

  26. Clay in the Classroom - DIY Manipulatives

    Classroom manipulatives are used across the entire curriculum in the early grades.  While there are many different kinds out there to be purchased (and many more from kitchen drawers at home), it is really fun to make them to specifically fit your needs.  Using clay in the classroom is a way to involve your students in creating a sense of...

  27. Clay in the Classroom - Learning Through Puppets

    Puppets in the classroom are a great way to accomplish so many different learning strategies.  From simple story telling to problem solving, puppets allow students an opportunity to share in a way that gives them confidence and character.  For day number for of the series Clay in the Classroom, I am so thrilled to share two ways to use Sculpey’s...

  28. Clay in the Classroom - Fun with Letters

    It is day three of the Clay in the Classroom series and today I am sharing some fun ways to work with letters using Bake Shop clay.  Letters are such a huge part of the earliest years of school and finding ways to teach children who are mostly kinesthetic learners can be fun but challenging.  Using clay to help teach letter...

  29. Clay in the Classroom - Classroom Management Beads

    It is the second day of sharing fabulous ways to use clay in the classroom.  Kids love love love to play with clay.  It is such a great way for them to create.  This activity is awesome because it supports your students in having a little bit f ownership in the classroom management system.  The best part is it is...

  30. Quick & Easy Stud Earrings, The Perfect Handmade Gift Idea!

    These colorful little stud earrings are easy to make, and fun to wear!  The design possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination! Try some of the foil ones at the top, use any small stamps to impress a design on the foil, or maybe a slice of an old cane, add a coat of resin, and Wha-la, the perfect...

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