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Sealing Polymer Clay the Right Way – An In-Depth Guide

Once you have sculped your polymer clay project you will have to decide whether you need or want to seal your piece. In some cases, it might be necessary to seal your polymer clay but in a lot of cases, you might actually make things worse by sealing your project. … Read more

How to Harden Polymer Clay: Do´s, Dont´s and Troubleshooting

Polymer Clay is an amazing alternative to regular Air-Dry clay. It is easy to work with and you don´t need a kiln or high temperatures to dry it. Polymer clay also doesn´t tend to crack as easily when it is being cured. In this article, you will learn how to … Read more

Can Polymer Clay Dry Out?

Polymer Clay is an amazing alternative to regular clay. It has a lot of advantages compared to Air-Dry clay and it is very easy to use. You can fire it at home in your oven and the end result will be just as good as with regular Clay minus the … Read more

Working With and Sealing Air Dry Clay Properly

When you are creating home decorations, clay is the best option. Simply because it is very versatile, and you can use it to make just about anything. There are several types of clay available; however, not all types will work for everyone. For example, pottery clay needs to be heated … Read more

The Best Ways to Dry Air-Dry Clay Faster and Safe

Air-dry clay is cheaper than other clay options. It is the most commonly used clay and it is very popular with Families and Kids. You do not have to worry about purchasing or renting a kiln with air-dry clay. The options are unlimited when using clay if you have a … Read more

5 Most Effective Ways to Keep Air Dry Clay from Cracking

At some point in childhood, most of us get our hands on a lump of soft, malleable clay. We poke holes in its wet and sticky interior. We knead it flat and tear it into pieces only to roll it back together again. We shape it into wonky structures and … Read more