Pasta machine reviews

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 … Read More ...

Mokume gane pendants

Wendy\'s mokume gane attemptOkay, so I had a little camera trouble, yesterday. The batteries were dead, so of course I had to charge them. Well, better late than never!

These are the pedants I made using the mokume gane technique I talked about in my … Read More ...

Low-Tech Tools

One of the things I love about polymer clay is that there is no fancy equipment needed to create beautiful work. Aside from a pasta machine, tissue blade and toaster oven here are some low-tech tools I can’t live without.… Read More ...

Anatomy of a Bead

I read somewhere that no matter how big you make your cane, it’s never big enough!

I designed this cane inspired by a William Morris textile last year and finally had to create another one. I took some photos and … Read More ...

Experiment with Base Colors

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Color theory at work: when you place a color next to something, it will look different.  Simple, but helpful to know!  The next time you are creating beads or objects using molds and paint, try these nifty little tricks:

Compliments – to … Read More ...