Here are some basic, but important things every polymer clay artist should know.
Now you can clone anything into a polymer clay copy!
If you like making polymer clay pieces that looks like deserts, sooner or later you will need spreadable clay for frosting and icing. But how to do it? This video shows you how!
This video beautifully demonstrates how to make intricate patterns in polymer clay by only using polymer clay. The end result is absolutely amazing!
The difference between a glazed an a non glazed piece can be as big as night and day. Sure, sometimes you want that matt surface, but it’s when you want a nice shiny surface that you need to know how to glaze. You could do it the hard way, painting thin layers of glaze, waiting for it to dry and then repeat this process over and over to get that beautiful deep glaze, but that can take days. A simpler way is to simply dip your piece in varnish and hang it to dry. This can be done, but to get a good result, you will need to know exactly what kind of varnish to buy. This is where PuddingFishCakes extensive experience comes in to help us choose the right product from all the thousands of glazing products out there. This knowledge will make your crafting life so much easier, so we seriously recommend watching this video!