Tag Archives: Air-dry Clay

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 […]

Mending and Hanging Terracotta Pots with Milliput Epoxy Putty

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 […]

Layering Polymer Clay Colours in a Flexible Mould

with Sue Heaser The flexible Sculpey Push moulds are available in a number of themes and once the moulded item has been baked it can be used for decorating handmade cards, boxes, furniture or jewellery. Click here to see Sue in action with a different Sculpey Flexible Mold. Many of these moulds are intended to […]

Using Flexible Moulds for Polymer Clay

with Sue Heaser ‘Sculpey Flexible Push Molds‘ are incredibly easy to use for moulding all brands of polymer clay. The moulds are made of flexible rubber, so once you have pushed the clay into the mould, you can flex it to pop out the moulded piece. You can use the moulds for many other materials […]

Milliput Epoxy Putty

Milliput is a remarkably versatile putty. It can be used to seal or bond many materials. Metals, plastics, masonry, wood, glass, tile brick and ceramics, and can also be cast or used for mould making. The two-part epoxy putty is cold setting, non shrinking and available in 5 colours; Standard Yellow/Grey, Terracotta, Silver Grey, Black […]

Air Dry Clays from George Weil

Air dry clay is a versatile product that can be used in many craft projects. It dries solid, and yet allows additional clay to be added even after drying. The clay’s nylon reinforcing fibres are an excellent bonding agent which reduces brittleness. This means it does not need to be heated, unlike traditional clays that […]

Using an Extruder with Polymer Clay

The ability to create long lengths of uniform shapes from polymer clay helps with the cane making process. A simple chequered cane can be accomplished from the square shaped disc. Using 2 in black and 2 in white, the square extruded shapes can be pushed together (as in the image, right), reduced and then sliced […]

Crafted Creatures

Here are an assortment of creatures crafted from the materials sold at George Weil! Felted Merino The mouse and caterpillar have been made from felted Merino wool tops. The fibres were wetted with soap and hot water before being rolled between the hands to make them felt together. The caterpillar is made from a series […]

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