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SANDING POLYMER CLAY

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Sanding Polymer Clay is optional but essential if you want to give your creations a professional finish with smooth edges, sides, and backs. In addition, sanding and buffing over the front surface results in a lovely, smooth and velvety feel. Sealants, varnishes etc will not reproduce that deep magic shine! Sanding the feature front however, […]

POLYMER WEEK MAGAZINES

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Inspirational, educational and sensational!!!! They just keep getting better! There is so much to learn from the artists featured in this magazine dedicated to polymer clay. Learn from them, and be inspired by them. Follow the techniques and create your own unique version! Infuse what you learn into your work. Features talented Australian polymer clay […]

Polymer Week Magazine 2/2021

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Bigger & better than ever! There is so much to learn from the artists featured in this dedicated polymer clay magazine. Learn their techniques and infuse that knowledge into your own unique style! Features talented Australian polymer clay artist, Wendy Moore plus other International artists. Ships from Australia. You will want to collect them all!

Polymer Week Magazine 2/2021

Polymer Week Magazine

IT’S HERE – THE LATEST POLYMER CLAY MAGAZINE! Do you, or, are you aspiring, to sell polymer clay items. The key to success – make your work to stand out, be unique, and different to the competition. There is so much to learn in this dedicated polymer clay magazine. Learn the techniques and convert that […]

New Free Tutorial from MOIKO

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Have you seen the gorgeous “New Free Tutorial from MOIKO” on our website yet!  Download it instantly when you buy selected MOIKO Silk Screens. There are 2 different tutorial downloads so make sure you know which one is attached to the screen you select or, like many, buy 2 screens and get both tutorials!  While […]

Mylar Bead Tutorial by Debbie Crothers

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Mylar is wonderfully dazzling material that works well with polymer clay, because it is actually micro thin layers of resin! It takes heat well and can be sewn onto garments and washed! Layers can be fused by ironing, so think of the possibilities as they can then be baked onto and in polymer clay. Here’s […]