Category Archives: Polymer Clay

Snowman Mobile made from Sculpey UltraLight Polymer Clay

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Sculpey UltraLight polymer clay is exactly what it says – an ultralight clay that can be used in so many brilliant ways. It is perfect for making things just like this snowman mobile! The simple snowmen were made by rolling Sculpey UltraLight into a log and dividing it into five equal parts. Two parts were […]

Sugar Free Polymer Clay Candy Canes

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Candy canes look great on Christmas Trees, but how many of us remember to eat them before the decorations come down? Here’s a way to help save your teeth and save room for all the other leftover Christmas goodies. Take the idea further and make an extra long polymer clay cane and twist it into […]

Christmas Decorations made using Texture Makers

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Here’s a festive project for polymer clay! Cara used the flexible plastic Sculpey Texture Makers to add the patterns to these clay Christmas decorations and then highlighted parts of the pattern with glistening Jacquard Pearl Ex powder. Materials & Tools List Polymer clay – you can use any brand and any colour… Jacquard Pearl Ex […]

What to do with Left Over Polymer Clay – Ring Holders

Ring holders made with polymer clay

Here is a quick project for using up leftover polymer clay. These ring holders were made from what remained of the FIMO clay mix that Cara used to make her coasters. There’s no need for any special tools, just a smooth clean surface on which to roll the clay. You’ll need to harden the clay […]

Coasters made from FIMO Polymer Clay

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Learn how to make these marble effect coasters made by Cara from FIMO polymer clay. The clay is available in a large choice of colours allowing you to design your coasters to complement your decor. There are also a choice of effect colours (2 of which were used to make Cara’s coasters) plus FIMO Soft […]

Nail Art with Pearl Ex Pigment Powders

Toe Nail Art

Jacquard Pearl Ex pigment powders are made from fine particles of glistening mica.  The varying sizes of the coloured particles produce pearlescent and metallic effects. These ultra fine powders can be combined with any viscous material such as glue, paint, resin, varnish, or brushed onto tacky surfaces such as wax candles or modelling clay. This exciting art […]

Mending and Hanging Terracotta Pots with Milliput Epoxy Putty

Use Milliput to repair Terracotta

What is Milliput? Milliput epoxy putty is used to repair damaged metals, glass, concrete, plastics, brick, cement and wood, and in places where welding is impractical. This malleable putty is also very popular with model makers for its work-ability and smooth finish. When mixed in equal quantities, the two-part epoxy putty cures to a rock hard, durable […]

Speedball Speedy Carve Block for Printing & Texture

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The Speedy Carve block is made from smooth and flexible rubber. It cuts easily with lino cutter blades and does not crumble, making it ideal for creating detailed prints. The latex free rubber also stops the block from slipping around while it is being cut. The wavy lines on this Speedy Carve block were cut freehand using […]

Stone Effect Beads from Polymer Clay

Stone Effect Polymer Clay beads

These effective beads were made using FIMO Soft polymer clays. The white coloured clay is FIMO Soft Translucent and the photo does not show its full ice-like effect. Combined with the Peppermint colour and the Opal Green. I created a rough cane by laying logs rolled from the three colours (divide a 56g block into […]

Polymer Clay Christmas Trees using an Extruder

Polymer Clay Christmas Trees

Polymer clay is very easy to shape and smooth into shape and using an extruder allows you to create lengths of consistently shaped clay which can be coiled, pressed together to create complex multi-coloured canes, woven or plaited. These Christmas Tree decorations were created using extruded polymer clay which has been wrapped around a cone […]

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