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Iris Mishly is one of those talented, kind people you luck into meeting on the internet sometimes. She’s been publishing fabulous polymer clay tutorials for years, some free, some pay. One issue is that they’ve often been in big blocks …

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by Ronna Sarvas Weltman

by Ronna Sarvas Weltman

I was recently lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the new book  Ancient Modern; Polymer Clay and Wire Jewelry by Ronna Sarvas Weltman, being published by Interweave press. The book can be pre-ordered here.

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Memory Brooches

Memory Brooches by Linda C. Moseley

We’ve had several letters and comments, requesting an easy way to do image transfers.  Well, we opened up the mailbag, and found a glowing recommendation to share with our readers!  Here’s the letter:

“Julie, …
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What shall I try first?

What shall I try first?

After a hectic week, it was a nice treat to open up my mailbox and see the April issue of “Polymer Cafe.”  My first reaction upon perusing the cover was “cool!”

The Lantern Beads by …

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Polka Dot Creations has just released their “Best Seller ” list for the month of February.  Click on through here to check ot out, and see what’s hot in the polymer clay world!  (And perhaps add a couple of titles …

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Hello world! I want to take about pasta machines today!

If your just starting out working with polymer clay, you might be better off with one of the cheaper ones like the Amaco brands. You never now if you’ll like claying or …

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Polymer Clay Central is holding a very special challenge this month, it’s their 106th  PCC Challenge anniversary, so they went BIG. Instead of a theme that you go by, you get to send in anything, AND they had 2 sponsors this …

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We will be giving away the December issue of PolymerCafe magazine, and each issue thereafter. I received the December issue yesterday and will be reviewing it (today) before I put up for grabs Friday and from what I’ve seen, it looks like it’s a great issue. Some that …

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The Covered in Clay website offers a small variety of items to cover with clay, such as blank metal tins, business card holders, journals and ceramic mezuzahs. You can also find pendant blanks, bezels, and other jewelry settings that are …

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This question is asked by most newbies to polymer clay. The answer isn’t as simple as it seems. It depends on many factors, from the brand of clay to the temperature and time it was cured at.

One factor of flexibility …

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A couple weeks a ago I attended the CHA ( Craft and Hobby Association ) summer show in Illinois. I volunteered to go with Ilysa of Polymer Clay Productions to help her out with some filming she had planned to do …

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