Idit Zoota has come up with a simple and easy way to reduce canes with no background.  Naama Zamir has translated the tutorial into english on her blog.  Click here to get the scoop!

[tags]Naama Zamir, Idit Zoota, cane reduction …

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This is what was up for grabs! The June 2009 issue of Polymer Cafe!

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So I printed out all the comments and the commenter’s name, cut them into separate pieces, and put them all in a hat.  Well, to tell …

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Lisa Clarke of The Polka Dot Cottage has a wonderful article up on her blog right now, titled “So you want to try polymer clay.”

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It’s December 30, and you know what that means?

It means it’s International Love Your Pasta Machine Day!

Okay, so there isn’t really an International Love Your Pasta Machine Day, but if you work with polymer clay you know just …

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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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I managed to save enough money for a new all in one printer…. YAY! So, I’ve been looking for a good transfer method for polymer clay to do transfers to clay. So here’s a bunch of links you can help go …

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Hi ladies (and gents?) !

I was cruising around some old haunts on the web, and one of them was the Poly Clay Play website. When I found this gem of a site I was first beginning to explore clay. I love her site

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Lortone 3A tumblerI finished up my mokume gane pendants a couple nights ago by hand sanding and buffing them. I hate to hand sand my work. It causes my hands and wrists to cramp, my neck to spasm from the tension in my arm, and not to …

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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 …

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Handmade Texture Tools

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I want these “cool” tools. They’re even better than the ones that can be bought! Original, very unique, and just all around awesome. They were made using this tutorial. Go ahead, take …

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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.…

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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 …

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That clever Crafty Goat has put together an informative video on how to use a clay extruder. Along with a fun bead project she covers basics of using the extruder and cleaning it. Definitely worth watching!…

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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:

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crafttest.jpgJenny, from the Craft Test Dummies recently did a run through and comparison of the different brands of Liquid Polymer Clay.  You can read about them here and here.

[tags]polymer clay, arts & crafts, projects, liquid clay[/tags]…

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