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Introducing the 2019 Sculpey Design Squad

Syndee HoltJenny SorensenRachel HateleyAnke HumpertClaire MaunsellSherman ObersonKrithika ParthanTeresa SalgadoMo TiptonLynn YuhrAmy KoranekMaria Saracino

Read their blog posts and enjoy their projects, tips, techniques and creative uses of clays, tools and accessories. Their varied specialties and work styles will educate and inspire you.

New Color Tuesday (on a Wednesday)

I figured we would all be outside enjoying the holiday yesterday, so I decided to wait until today to post the NCT for this week!  Well, I’ve done it again, become infatuated with a color that has languished in my clay locker forEVER.  premo! Sculpey Accents Copper has always been the red-haired stepchild to my

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New Color Tuesday – A Little Goes a Long Way Pt 4

Well, it just doesn’t feel like a NCT month without a Glitter Gold mix as well!  These last two mixes take me back to the 60s – they look like a kind of glittery avocado green. I imagine a vase with this sitting on the end table to accent the gold, orange and avocado green

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New Color Tuesday! A Little Goes a Long Way Pt 3

I loved the  premo! Sculpey Wasabi/Turquoise mixes so much, I decided to give it a try with Cobalt Blue.  I like the cool greens of the mixes, but they aren’t as tealish (is that a word?) as I had thought they would be.  They are all lovely, calming colors.  The first two remind me of

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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    

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New Color Tuesday! A Little Goes a Long Way

Last week I played with one of my favorite colors, teal.  This week I’m playing with another favorite of mine – premo! Sculpey Accents Bronze. Mixing Bronze with Wasabi? Really??? It worked out even better than I thought! Not only did I get a more copper-looking color with the 2B/1W, I got one of the

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New Color Tuesday – A Little Goes a Long Way

My assumption when I decided to feature premo! Sculpey Wasabi for my June mixes was that it would basically just “punch up” the colors for me.  Well, surprise!  Just like it’s namesake, a little goes a long way!  My first mix was actually a request from last month for a “verdigris color”.  I love verdigris

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New Color Tuesday! Lots of Latte Pt 5

Well, I can’t do a mix without having a premo! Sculpey Accents Bronze mix as well!  And I vote YES on all these mixes..especially that 1:1 mix.  Oh, in a combination with Purple Pearl and/or Bright Green Pearl?  Even premo! Orange. And that 4L/1B looks like an expensive camel hair coat color to me, so

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New Color Tuesday! Lots of Latte Pt 4

I am not the biggest fan of purple.  I know, it’s a surprise, given that I love bright colors right?  I do have to admit though that I’m loving those first two mixes though (Oh GOD!  I’m liking subdued colors?Am I becoming OLD????!?? Nah, body may age, but the goofy tastes will remain).  I’d like

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I’m So Ready for Summer!

Post by Shirley Rufener 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

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Chalkboard Flowers

Post by Shirley Rufener 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. How to Replicate Chalk With Polymer Clay and Pastels I am in

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New Color Tuesday! Lots of Latte Pt 3

Well, I’m back from another great trip to Florida for the Fandango retreat! The weather was glorious this time- it felt like our typical Southern California weather – warm sun, no humidity and LOTS of claying! Can you imagine 3 days of classes with Jana Roberts Benzon, Dayle Doroshow and Barb Fajardo?  I even had

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New Color Tuesday! Lots of Latte Pt 2

GREETINGS FROM FLORIDA!! I’ve just finished the fantastic Fandango retreat and now I’m hanging out with Alice Stroppel and I’m going to teach a little silkscreen class in her gorgeous Studio 215 in downtown Sebring.   Ahhh, now I love me some Peacock Pearl! I don’t know about you, but I “see things” in the

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Writing documents could be practiced! Article writing is fairly stringent occasionally but that does not maintain you from really being a small creative. It can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t hurry into authorship. Regrettably, there’s zero surefire step by step approach to creating a superb article. Briefly, taking into consideration these

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New Color Tuesday! Lots of Latte Pt 1

I’ve become fascinated lately with mixing Sculpey Souffle and premo! Sculpey Accents colors together. (Ya’ll know that I use Accents Bronze and Souffle Cinnamon 1:1 on almost a daily basis right?) So I was wondering what would happen if I mixed Souffle Latte into some of the other Accents Pearl colors to see what happened.

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NCT (Thursday) When Gold Isn’t Enough

I was goofing around yesterday (you know, instead of ACTUALLY doing the thing I was SUPPOSED to do) and I found that I needed to match a bronze Lumiere paint in a scrap piece I was playing with.  (Hey, the commissioned piece was actually drying before baking). Regular premo! Accents Gold was just too bright,

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Finding Your Routine to Enhance Your Creativity by KatersAcres for Polyform

Finding Your Routine is Essential to the Creative Process

Finding Your Routine Finding your routine for a creative person is essential. A routine can help us settle in. Routine can help us to automatically perceive things about our environment. Today we are going to discuss finding your routine to help you in your creative process.

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POLYFORM - Colors of Spring

Colors of Spring are Bold, Vivid, & Bright!

Bold, Vivid, & Bright, Colors of Spring Colors of spring are those colors that make me feel happy, bouncy, and rejuvenated. Are there certain colors that you automatically gravitate to because of the way that they make you feel? Let’s look at some tried and true spring colors to liven up your spring palettes.

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New Color Tuesday! Color the Rocks Pt 3

Now you KNOW that mixing Souffle Latte into pretty much any color is going to be interesting (hmmm, so interesting that I think I just found my mix color for next month!). And mixing it with premo! Accents Gray Granite is going to make a pretty killer granite, very similar to what we see in

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How to Spring Clean Your Studio by KatersAcres for Polyform Products

How to Spring Clean Your Studio Easily and Efficiently

How to Spring Clean Your Studio Spring clean your studio easily, quickly, and efficiently. These tried and true tips that will take you from danger zone to comfort zone in less than 30 minutes. The arrival of spring not only makes me want to clay my days away, but it also makes me want to clean!

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New Color Tuesday! Color the Rocks Pt 2

YAY! I’m back online. I made some rocks for the Into the Forest project and I thought it would be fun to show you all some mixes using the premo! Accents Grey Granite.  While the color is lovely on its own, it is SO FUN to add other clays, inks, tints to it!  Today I’m

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There’s a few things to know when selecting a new project … First thing’s first however. You’ve decided that you want to work with polymer clay. Congratulations! Polymer clay is one of the greatest mediums (in my humble opinion) in the art world. There are literally thousands of projects, ideas, and designs you can make

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Polymer Cay to the Rescue

One of my favorite clay stories dates back to when I worked part-time in my friend’s bead store. A customer came in with a pair of jet earrings, one of which had cracked and broken at the top where the earwire attached to the jet. The earrings were family heirlooms and she was upset that

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Cords and Inclusions

As I was practicing making cords with my polymer clay lucet, It occurred to me that some clayers might not be aware that many – possibly most – types of fibers can be baked into polymer. Just about anything that’s all natural will work: animal fibers such as wool, and plant fibers like cotton and

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