Polymer clay is really one of the most versatile craft mediums out there, and with just a few techniques, you can make some great clay stacks- known in the polymer community as “canes” that then you can use to make beads, decorate home dec items, and more. Today we’ll have our first lesson: making striped […]
Clay Crafts and Clay Jewelry Making
Getting your hands dirty creating your own clay crafts is always a fun time! Clay is easy to work with and doesn’t require a steep learning curve: if you don’t love it, you can always try again before baking it. Browse all our clay projects below, including some pretty great clay jewelry making projects. Click on the images for detailed instructions, supply lists and more.
Polymer clay is a fun and versatile crafting medium that is appropriate for ages 4 and up and cures in a home oven! (Read the “Intro to Polymer Clay” if you need more information.) LINK UP No special tools are necessary, but in order to be successful with polymer clay, you do need to follow […]
Polymer Clay one of the most versatile art and craft mediums on the market today. Made of pigments, plasticizers, and polymers, this man-made clay comes in a rainbow of hues and stays soft and pliable until it’s heated in a home oven to 275 degrees. Polymer clay is safe for ages 3 and up, and […]
This is a deceptively easy project you just need 3 coordinating colors of clay and a few tools and you’ve made a showstopping focal pendant! You need: Premo clay: black, gold, and white. Pasta Machine to condition the clay (optional) Polymer clay blade or sharp knife dedicated to polymer clay Acrylic block (like for rubber […]
Pasta machines are great for polymer clay, playdough, and other types of ornamental dough.
Sometimes it’s a little, functional gift that shows Dad how much you care- and you can make these in an hour or so with just a few colors of polymer clay! Polymer clay is a wonderful medium for kids and adults alike: it’s non-toxic, cures in a home oven at 275 degrees (so adult supervision […]