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How to take apart your polymer clay pasta machine for a deep cleaning.

How to take apart your polymer clay pasta machine for a deep cleaning.

How to Keep Polymer Clay Forever -  Polymer clay will stay soft for a very long time under the right conditions. It doesn't dry out in the air, and if it does get dry, it can be softened using special products.  - bjl

How to Keep Polymer Clay Forever

How to Keep Polymer Clay Forever - Polymer clay will stay soft for a very long time under the right conditions. It doesn't dry out in the air, and if it does get dry, it can be softened using special products. - bjl

25 DIY Clay Tutorials | http://hellonatural.co/25-diy-clay-tutorials/

25 DIY Clay Tutorials

25 DIY Clay Tutorials | http://hellonatural.co/25-diy-clay-tutorials/

mtallic olymer clay jewelry - Buscar con Google

mtallic olymer clay jewelry - Buscar con Google

Different ways to Buff Polymer Clay to get a custom shine without using a polyurethane coating. (One idea: put it in a rock tumbler with squares of cloth.)

Different ways to Buff Polymer Clay to get a custom shine without using a polyurethane coating. (One idea: put it in a rock tumbler with squares of cloth.)

Video: Demo by Laurie Mika, transferring laser image onto raw clay, using Modge Podge.  #Polymer #Clay #Tutorials

Image transfers on polymer clay with Laurie Mika

Video: Demo by Laurie Mika, transferring laser image onto raw clay, using Modge Podge. #Polymer #Clay #Tutorials

Polymer clay tutorials

Polymer clay tutorials

Sutton Slice is a polymer clay technique developed by Pete Sutton.  Insructions: little pieces of raw polymer clay are pushed into the recesses of a rubber stamp, until all the recessed areas are filled to the rim with clay. A sheet of clay in contrasting color is pressed onto the stamp to adhere to the clay pressed into the stamp recesses, and then the stamp is gently peeled away from the clay sheet.   Written info found here: http://www.polymertutorials.com/polymer-clay/sutton-slice.html

Sutton Slice is a polymer clay technique developed by Pete Sutton. Insructions: little pieces of raw polymer clay are pushed into the recesses of a rubber stamp, until all the recessed areas are filled to the rim with clay. A sheet of clay in contrasting color is pressed onto the stamp to adhere to the clay pressed into the stamp recesses, and then the stamp is gently peeled away from the clay sheet. Written info found here: http://www.polymertutorials.com/polymer-clay/sutton-slice.html

Polymer Clay Tutorials, via Flickr.

Polymer Clay Tutorials, via Flickr.

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