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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! It’s All About the Brights Pt 4-1/2

Apparently, I was confused last week and thought that it was the last week in November.  Right?  Not like the month hasn’t flown by anyway.. So here is Pt 3 masquerading at Pt 4-1/2: First thing I noticed was how similar these mixes were to the Peacock Pearl mix.  I thought it was surprising because,

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Dragon Eye Blog 2 – Extra Details

I am officially having entirely too much fun (if there is such a thing) making these eyes!  I wish had this idea while first writing up the project but as we all know that hindsight is 20/20.  It’s never too late for cool ideas so here goes… Glittery Pupil Clay Dragon Eyes The addition of

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Brights Pt 4

Well, this was a surprise!  Fluorescent Pink hardly affected the Souffle Cherry Pie at ALL!  I do like that 1:1 mix though, it reminds me of a rose color. I also really like the straight Fluorescent Pink and the straight Cherry Pie together as well.  And I like them with the grey background, so Souffle

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Dragon Eye Blog part 1 – Mixing it up

One of my favorite parts of working with the liquid clays is adding powders and inks to get different colors and looks. Aside from the amazing clarity of the Sculpey Clear Liquid Clay is how smooth it pours when powders and inks have been added. After making the batch of eyes used for the project

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Brights Pt 3

I had to try the Fluorescents with a Souffle color right?  Cherry Pie seemed like it was just the ticket – deep, rich color.  I was surprised that the Fluorescent Pink didn’t effect it too much, but the Yellow sure did!  I really like that 1:1 Cherry Pie and Fluorescent Yellow – it’s kind of

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The Lasting Allure of Polymer Clay

The Lasting Allure of Polymer Clay   It’s November and that can only mean one thing; it’s my turn to write the blogs.  As in the past years of writing blogs for the lovely folks at Polyform, I find myself sitting staring at my computer screen like a deer in the headlights.  I am also

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Brights

So Fluorescent.. not normally my cup of tea, but they ARE fun to mix with! And this week I mixed with Premo Orange and I love every one of these mixes!  And I love them all together as well.  I want to paint my walls with these colors, dress in these colors, clay in these

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New Color Tuesday! Doing the Guava Pt 5

Oh yeah, I love me some warm, rich orange tones.  I’ve seen (and photographed ) these colors on my beach so many times.  It’s my favorite time of the day – long shadows and golden dust motes floating everywhere.  Actually, it’s my dog, Annie, favorite time of the day too.  She’s a Sparkle Hound.  She

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Experimenting with Glow-in-the-dark Polymer Clay

Hi, it’s Miranda Farrand of http://www.mirandascritters.etsy.com Miranda’s Critters. 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,

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New Color Tuesday! Doing the Guava Pt 4

I do love to throw colors together that have no business being together.  And sometimes I put together two colors that I THINK should have business with each other and it turns out that they are not having it AT ALL.  For instance, Souffle Guava and Premo Sculpey Accents Peacock Pearl.  I figured I would

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Tips on How to Apply a Basic Patina

Wondering how to “finish” your sculpture to give it more depth? Consider applying a basic patina with an acrylic paint wash. If you read my article last week regarding creative inspiration, it featured a head sculpture in various stages of creation. In this article, I will discuss adding a patina to finish the sculpture. Some

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New Color Tuesday! Doing the Guava Pt 3

Personally, I don’t feel you can ever go wrong with Latte – both the drink and the Souffle clay.  It’s neutral with a bit of a casual attitude – sort of a “I’m so cool I can either be the star of the show or just lay back here and be cool”. I know that

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Put Your Hands to Work to Find Inspiration

Stuck without an idea in mind but a desire to make something anyway? When this state of confusion strikes, put your hands to work with what I call clay doodling. You know? Mindlessly squishing my clay until it starts to take shape into something. I find this to be a great way to getting back

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New Color Tuesday! Doing the Guava Pt 2

Well, well, well. I’m finally home from my most recent wanderings.  I spent a wonderful couple of days at my home clay guild retreat, Sandy Camp, and then another couple of days up in North County with my brother and his family. I have a “Rule” that I enforce with myself that before I unpack

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New Color Tuesday – Doing the Guava Pt 1

My Souffle stash was feeling a little neglected, so I decided to do some Souffle mixes this month featuring Guava.  Once again, a color that wasn’t really thrilling to me became kind of a star of classy, subtle mixes. Like these three mixes with Souffle Cinnamon – all three mixes are subtle but classy mixes. 

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Sunset Pt 4

I CANNOT BELIEVE IT’S THE END OF SEPTEMBER ALREADY!  While I’m really ready for the hot, humid weather to go away (we are 68-75 all year except for a couple of weeks in Aug/Sep), I don’t want time flying this fast!  I have stuff I still need to do this month – how could this

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Sunset Pt 3

Sunset Pearl and Peacock Pearl – I could just about guess I would get some purplish metallics, right?  Well, I got a little surprise (once AGAIN).  I did indeed get a wonderful steely-looking metallic with the 1:1 mix, but the cool blush color from the 4SP/1PP was really special.  Boy I would love to silkscreen

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About the Sunset Pt 2

Um, Um, UMM!!  I love me some golden oranges.    In fact my office that I’m sitting in right now is painted a color between the first two mixes.  That final mix is my new favorite yellow mix as well – kind of a maize color?  That mix will look amazing with Peacock Pearl or

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Getting Trendy

by Sherri Kellberg Trends come and go, but 2017’s Cactus motif is still going strong.  Cacti are popping up everywhere in Home Decor, Fashion, and Jewelry. Current trends inspire my polymer clay work all the time. Ring dish bowls are also on trend as they create a safe and trendy place to keep your rings, earrings, and

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New Color Tuesday- It’s All About the Sunset

Sunset Pearl (and Mai Tai in Souffle) are two colors I seem to forget about in my color palettes.  In fact, I seem to forget about the reds pretty much altogether (except for Orange tones that I want to bathe in).  But apparently my cat likes the reds, she kind of tore up the side

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Building a Polymer Clay Cane Collection

by Sherri Kellberg     BeadazzleMe.Etsy.com Here is just a small sample of some of my raw polymer clay canes. When the mood strikes me I’ll make a bunch of different canes, I find it relaxing and fun. I usually work on about 3 projects at once. If I get tired of working on one, or can’t

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New Color Tuesday! That Flashy Peacock Pt 5

Okay, this one kind shocked me.  I didn’t think I would get any color, other than a mud look, when I mixed premo! Sculpey Accents Peacock Pearl with premo! Orange.  I not only got colors, I got COLORS. That 4PP/1O mix is a really nice Teal!  Then when I added the 18k Gold to the

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New Color Tuesday! That Flashy Peacock Pt 4

Oh yeah, I couldn’t play with Peacock Pearl without getting Purple Pearl involved too!  Want a Navy Blue Pearl?  Look at that first 1:1 mix!  That is a gorgeous color that would look so classy combined with Silver wouldn’t it? Then of course, the next mix (1PP/2P) creates kind of an ultraviolet metallic color.  And

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New Color Tuesday! That Flashy Peacock Pt 3

Well, since I mixed with a Gold last week, I decided I better give premo! Sculpey Accents Silver and White Gold Glitter their opportunity to show us what they can do when mixed with Peacock Pearl.  Naturally, there is a “Frozen” aspect to all the mixes, but that 1:1 would be gorgeous with Copper or

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By the Seashore

by Sherri Kellberg – BeadazzleMe.Etsy.com Find your crafting inspiration while your relaxing at the beach this Summer. Enjoy all the colors of nature, from the sparkling sand, to colorful shells, and the brilliant blue Gulf waters.         Here are just a few of the premo! clay colors I’ve been working with this Summer.

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Sharing Your Work Online

by Nadia Michaux The internet is a great platform for any polymer clay artist to share their work with the world. I’m an independant artist so I do not have a budget to advertise my miniatures so I fully utilise social media to get new clients. Social media can be great since everyone is practically

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New Color Tuesday! That Flashy Peacock Pt 2

I was so intrigued with the 3 part mixes I did last week using premo! Sculpey Accents Peacock Pearl, Copper  with 18K Gold that I thought I would start with just mixing the Peacock and 18k together to see what happened.  They all mix to a lovely shade of green – that was no surprise.  But

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Just how to File for Full Custody

There are particular points you must consider when writing argumentative essays. Essays where the author brings out the primary thesis and outline of a unique paper, and next writes an article in their own style. You constantly should make it become obvious when you’re discussing the thoughts of the writer. After having your otp, an

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