Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Hair Twist Tutorial is Fun and Easy the Kids will Love this one

I have been making these hair twists for years. They are fun and easy to make and look so cute in your hair. This is a great projects to involve the kids in and even makes a fun activity for parties and get togethers. You don't need many tools just add some texture and a little color to jazz it up and they are ready to go. We added texture with the metal tools and the graduated aluminum rods. You can find them both in our shop.









Wednesday, February 3, 2016

How to alter a Tin and make a tea caddy with polymer clay and gilder's paste

Join Kira today as she takes an old tin and creates something new! Just because you are finished using something doesn't mean it has to go in the trash, there are ways to make it beautiful and purposeful again. In this case, a tea tin gets a polymer clay facelift and a new life.

Tools used:
Kaleidoscope cutters, Graduated round cutters, Fancy Border Cutters, Metal Stamp set, Metal Letters set, a rubber stamp, clay and gilder's paste.

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Suzanne's Journal and Necklace

Suzanne Ivester, the artist known as The Polymer Chef (perhaps you've read her column in PolymerCafe magazine?) has created two fun projects for you to enjoy this month.

This journal was create with the Snails in the Garden silkscreen, Fancy Border Cutters, and Mini Bling mold. Look at what you can create with a few simple tools and an old boring notepad!




Then she went on to create a pretty Mokume Gane style necklace. She used the Circles press stamp and snowflakes mold to make this.



Suzanne will be posting more instructions about the techniques she used on her blog, The Polymer Chef.


Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Valentines Day Great Gift Ideas

To me there is nothing better than a handmade gift. It shows you took the time to create something nice for someone and put some love into it too. On today's Polymer Clay TV I show you a few ideas for making fun and easy Valentines Day gifts out of polymer clay and mixed media. It doesn't have to take hours to make something nice if you use your imagination. Find the molds and silkscreens in the shop by clicking here. http://polymerclaytv.indiemade.com


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