Book Review And Giveaway – The Polymer Clay Cookbook


The Polymer Clay Cookbook – Tiny food jewelry to whip up and wear by Jessica and Suan Partain. (RRP $16.99)

Scrumptious delights are not just for eating but wearing too with this step by step polymer clay instruction book that hows you how to complete apples, gingerbread men, pumpkin pie pieces and even pretzel earrings and much much  more.  My favorite would have to be the conversational heart bracelet, nothing says sweet love like a conversational heart and wearing one is sure to bring back memories of classroom crashes and valentines day romance.

These projects require minimal skill as each step is shown with closeup photos that make them easy to follow.

For your chance to win this review copy simply enter your details here.

Competition details

Open – Worldwide

Closes – 1st of October

This review was written by Editor Shellie Wilson


  1. Shirley Hodge says

    Sounds like something a 73 year old grannie could get her teeth (albeit false ones) into and maybe make some holiday gifts as being a pensioner on SS funds are always short around the holidays.

  2. Charissa Arsaoui says

    Reminds me of a fantastic charm bracelet I had as a child. I would love to win this book and then review it for Buzzine (

  3. sandra buck says

    i have always wanted to make stuff with polymer but didnt know what or how so this would be great

  4. Debbie Alvarado says

    This would be B wesome book for a beginner ( me ). I bought some of the polymer clay and ended up throwing it away because I didn’t know how to use it. This would be a big help.

  5. Jaque says

    I have been wanting to learn how to create with polymer clay for…well, a long time.

    Thank you for this opportunity! :-)

  6. says

    What an awesome prize! The book looks really neat. I just started making polymer clay charms and these projects look like too much fun! :)

  7. Jeanine says

    That would be great. More small projects is what I’m looking for with the holidays on the way. Bring it on.

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