Polymer Clay

Polymer clay is a type of hardenable modelling clay based on the polymer polyvinyl chloride (PVC), moulded into your chosen design and is put into an oven to harden as any other type of clay to set into shape.

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Polymer Clay Tips & Tutorials

How to Reduce Dust & Lint in Polymer Clay?

The last thing you want when making your pretty polymer clay creations is to find lots of dust and lint specks or hairs stuck all over your project. Unfortunately, polymer clay acts like a magnet and draws them in to stick all over the surface of your creation. What...

How to Make Basic Polymer Clay Beads?

Making basic polymer clay beads is a great way to start using polymer clay. In this tutorial video, I show you how to make seven different shape polymer clay beads. You can stick with one colour or blend colours together. There are many other shapes you can make but...

How to Bake Polymer Clay

Unlike many other clays, polymer clay needs to be baked once you’ve made your creation. How do you do that? How do you know what temperature and for how long?THINGS YOU WILL NEED Oven (it helps if it gives you an accurate temperature) Oven tray Baking foil or...

Making Simple Polymer Clay Buttons

Making simple polymer clay buttons is a great way to start using polymer clay if you are unsure how to use it. You begin to learn how to manipulate the clay and how to mix the colours you want the buttons to be. You can make buttons using silicon moulds, cutters or...

Mixing Polymer Clay Colours

Mixing colours with polymer clay is easy and simple as using any sort of paint and follows the same colour chart principles. The best way to start using polymer clay is with the basic primary colours, black and white. You will then be able to mix any colour you want...