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.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Polymer Clay Jars Tutorial to Organize Your Stash

I have so many little doodads lying around my studio I thought it would be fun to create some cute jars to keep them organized in. Create along with me on Polymer Clay TV as I show you how to create some fun little jars to stay organized with.  I used the graduated circle cutters, the mandala stamps, the round and square border cutters and the mini bling mold. You can find them all in the shop.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

How to make a Scarf Hook with polymer clay and drawer pull

Today join Kira and create a beautiful home decor project. Learn how to use an embossing folder to texture clay, and various sized cutters to create a piece of art that is cut apart and puzzled back together! Tools can be found at

Sunday, January 3, 2016

Holiday Ideas from the Design Team at Polymer Clay TV

Our designers did a bang-up job featuring fun items from our shop.

Pat used Souffle polymer clay, mica powders, Makin's texture sheets, steampunk push mold, shamrock cutter, various old and new watch parts, face push mold, crown to create this beautiful totem. You can read more about it at

She has even shown you a template you can use to get started:

Angels are popular all year long, in fact some people collect them and Angel-Themed items can make great creative gifts. You could replace the snowflakes for any time of year. Think about using hearts, flowers, leaves, birds, buttons, anything! 
Check out what Suzanne created using Large Wings Silicone Mold for polymer clay
Snowflakes & Winter Wonderland Limited Edition Kit 5 pieces Designs were applied to a fabric-covered jewelry box from a thrift-store. 

Darlene makes the most beautiful mixed media pieces. Look at this small artwork featuring 
wing mold, leaf mold, driftwood, found jewelry leaf

Votive candles are another fun polymer clay decorative item. With a little imagination and the right tools you can create them in endless themes. These have a Christmas feel, from Chris Kapono. Imagine using hearts, flowers, leaves, buttons, steampunk, swirls, and all the other fun mold and cutter designs we have at the shop to create your own favorite theme!

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