Welcome!!! For me, polymer clay is a very interesting object to work with. With polymer clay, you can basically create anything you can think of. Accessories, figurines, key-chains, handbags charm, miniatures, cell-phone plug, wall decoration, and many others. Also, you too can enhance the look of the object you already have. Name it table lamp, … More Hello
Few days ago we have discussed about is it necessary to varnish your polymer clay and which varnish you should use based on the sheen level. Today I want to share about varnish brand that I use and loved, also those you might want to stay away from. Back then when I first started working … More Best Varnish for Polymer Clay
Based on the sheen level, there are three type of varnish available in the market. They are gloss, satin and matte. Using the right type of varnish surely will enhance the appearance of your project, not to mention giving it extra protection like we’ve already discuss few days ago on Varnish on Polymer Clay, Must … More Which Varnish Should I use, Glossy, Satin or Matte?
Using mold for your polymer clay project have many advantage. For once, you will definitely save a lot of time since you won’t have to shape and texturize every piece, especially if you’re making more than one same objects. But not only that, mold can also give a professional look on your project. Making more … More DIY Silicone Mold
Varnish for polymer clay… Hmmm, this can be confusing when you’re just first getting started making object with polymer clay. You might even wonder, is it necessary to glaze polymer clay project? Theoretically, after being baked polymer clay is solid enough even when it isn’t sealed with glaze. So before we go with brands of … More Varnish on Polymer Clay, a Must or No?
So, I open my Pinterest for some inspiration, browse for Pretty Pastry, which is my theme for July, and I found petit four image. I Click on it, and then keep clicking, and I thought, Oh My God these tiny cakes are looking so delicious, have mercy -_-. I feel my mouth are getting more … More Rosary in Petit Four Theme
I make this petit four charms few days ago for my next rosary project, still on the Pretty Pastry theme for July. The total of charms I will be using for the project would be 8 charms. 1 for the crucifix, 1 for center piece and 6 for each of the Our Father prayer. However, … More Petit Four Charm Tutorial
So far we have discussed on how to color raw polymer clay and how to color liquid clay. Now we’ll move on to how to color baked polymer clay. I don’t do this often, because usually after being baked, the only thing I need to do to finish my project is to seal it with … More Coloring Baked Polymer Clay
Few days ago, we already discuss on how to color raw polymer clay. Now I’d like to share how I usually dye my liquid polymer clay. TLS (translucent liquid sculpey) and Fimo deco gel are two brands I normally use on my projects. When I need something thick, I’d go with TLS and do Fimo … More How to Dye Liquid Polymer Clay
I made this special rosary for this month’s Pretty Pastry theme. And other than rosary, the dough batch I’ve made turned out to be enough to create many other items. So from July 1st until today I made one rosary, seven fridge magnet, and four earrings. The magnet and earrings can be found on my … More Handmade Rosary in Pretty Pastry Theme
For today and the next few days, I want to discuss about how to color your polymer clay. And we will split this topic into three sub topic which is : Coloring raw polymer clay Coloring liquid polymer clay Coloring baked polymer clay For today I want to share about how I color my raw … More Coloring Raw Polymer Clay