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Polymer Clay

Explore 13 projects, 1 gallery, 4 videos, and more

How to Make Different Polymer Clay Bead Patterns

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Polymer-Clay Jewelry

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Polymer Clay Easter Eggs

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Polymer Clay Easter Eggs

Other Ideas:
Easter, Easter eggs, Kids
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Polymer Clay Easter Eggs

Steps:11
Create your most sophisticated Easter eggs ever using an innovative polymer clay technique from artist Liz Smith.
Materials
  • Large egg
  • Egg blower
  • 2 packages white clay
  • 1 package blue (or other color) clay
  • Pasta machine or craft/clay rolling machine
  • Polymer clay blade
  • Doll needle or very thin knitting needle
  • Acrylic rod (sold for use with polymer clay)
  • Polyester batting
  • Oven
  • Sandpaper in 240, 400, and 800 grits
  • Water-based polyurethane (optional)
  • Linen or denim cloth (optional)
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Polymer-Clay Jewelry

Steps:4
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Polymer Clay Cameos

Steps:1
Other Ideas:
Clay
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Polymer Clay Rings

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Clay
It doesn't cost a lot to make each finger fabulous when you start with inexpensive sterling-silver ring findings. The ring bases come to life with polymer-clay gems in colors and sizes that you can mix, match, and stack. 
Materials
  • Polymer clay
  • Ring findings with crisp bezel edges
  • Conditioning machine
  • Craft knife
  • Glue
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Polymer Clay 101: Cutting Flat Shapes

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Clay
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