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DIY the perfect gift for mom this Mother’s Day!


These earrings are quick and easy to make and there are so many Souffle color combinations you can use to make a pair for all your friends!

Design by syndee holt

Join me in creating a  colorful feather earrings. You do not need a lot of tools or complicated techniques to make these earrings, so this is an ideal project for summer or for beginners, or teens.


These earrings are great for a casual or party outfit, so why not make a couple of them and give them to your friends as gifts!

These necklaces are so fun and addicting and what a great exercise in color, design and shape!  They are my “go-to” daily necklaces now.

Design by syndee holt

Create the perfect gift for mom! One that she will treasure forever and keep all of her favorite things in.

This friendly little Toucan would be a great addition to a plant you are gifting to a friend….or YOURSELF!

Design by Little Laazies

This darling wooden letter is action packed with clever little bears climbing all over it! Change your letter colors for a girl or to customize to the child’s name!

Design by Paola Gualdris

Add a personal touch to your planner with Sculpey III and Liquid Sculpey! With a little creativity you can DIY anything to match your planner and personality!

These are great Summer earrings!  Swap the colors and create another season as well!

Design by 

Teresa Salgado

Say whatever you wanna say by making your own Inspiration Rock messages. Then spread the love by hiding them for others to find!

Design by Amy Koranek

The Brain Cane is a simple cane that can be changed up by using different numbers of colors inside. Practicing good technique is important to creating accurate canes. Once you have mastered making simple canes with good technique, you will be able to combine your simple canes together to create more complex ones. I would like to thank Polymer Clay Central for their online tutorial for my initial exposure to this cane.

Project and Video by Amy Koranek

Julie Picarello is a master of the Mokume Gane technique and she shares some of her techniques and tips with us in this gorgeous project!

Design by Julie Picarello

Sleek, sophisticated and FUN!

Design by Teresa Pandora Salgado

Sherman used these amazing dragon heads as his tokens for playing Left Right Center at the 2018 Clayathon retreat.  Needless to say, they were highly coveted prizes!

Design by Sherman Oberson


Designer Note:  Use a  2oz. Package of Premo or Soufflé clay in the main color of your choice. Then add small amounts of clay for details and accent color. Some good choices are Premo Accents White Frost Glitter, Translucent, Pearl and a complimentary color to your main color

Spring colors and a little lamb – this project brings the Spring season right into your home!

Design by Amy Koranek

Learn about composition leaf, how to apply it to polymer clay, and how to achieve various crackling patterns. The second half explains how to create a paper-thin sheet of leached clay that crackles.


Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue

These clever earrings will go from jeans to jewels – day or night!

Design by Teresa Pandora Salgado

This intriguing use of Liquid Sculpey clays takes a basic cardboard wall sculpture up several notches!

Design by Amy Koranek

This cute little guy has been busy in his garden!

Design by Helen Terlalis Dorn

The Liquid Sculpey clays combine to create this lovely little dream catcher.

Design by Teresa Salgado

Cool colors outlined in Black make the design of this caned hollow bead just POP! With basic polymer clay techniques this cane is a breeze to create.

Created by Ivy Niles

These clever little earrings are sure to please!

Design by Amy Koranek

You can have dessert all day long and never gain a pound with this clever pen!

Design by Amy Koranek

Designer’s Note: So far, BIC® Round Stic is the only pen that’s been found to withstand the heat of the oven temperature for curing polymer clay. The BIC® Round Stic comes in two (2) different models – the Round Stic and the Round Stic Grip. Either one will work.

Create a crackled surface finish using composition leaf or a paper-thin sheet of leached clay.

Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue

All the time you are building your Kaleidoscope Cane up you want to keep building it in a triangle shape. Kaleidoscope Canes have the most detail and intrigue if you make them with existing canes. Your canes may not be exactly as pictured but you can substitute any cane that you have as long as they are generally the right shape.

In the video instruction I used a Leaf, Bulls’ Eyes that had been changed to triangles, a Jelly Roll, and a Skinner Plug. 

Use any left over or unused cane you have created, this is the prefect project to use up those lingering left overs!

Project and Video by Amy Koranek

Create beautiful marbled pieces without waiting days for it to dry!

By: Amy Koranek