Want to liven up a party? Learn how to make these super easy and super cute polymer clay floating candleholders. We love to think outside the box and find new ways to use different tools and clay. Follow along with Kira as she shows you how to create a unique floating candle holder that you can use at your next pool party, in a punch bowl, in the pool or fountain and numerous other ways. Enjoy! Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss anything we have a new show every week!
We have been having a blast with our new polymer clay kaleidoscope cutters, they come 4 to a set and the sky is the limit! They are great to use as is but when you think outside the box you can really come up with some creative uses. Watch this weeks Polymer Clay TV to see several ways Ilysa has stepped outside of the box with these fun cutters. You can find the cutters at this link. http://polymerclayproductions.com/clay-cutters/
Kira will show you how easy and quick you can make a beautiful piece of artwork using a few simple supplies. The Clay Cutters are available in the shop here, the wood plaque is available right here, and the other products used are listed below the video. Enjoy our free PolymerClayTv Tutorial!
Thanks to everyone who entered to win the multi pack of the new Sculpey Souffle polymer clay. We used Random.org to choose a winner and the winner is Janell S.
Congrats Janell, we have sent you an e-mail, just respond to that with your mailing address and we will get it mailed to you. We jhave lots of other fun giveaways planned and if you want to make sure you get in on them then make sure to subscribe to our You Tube channel for all the latest info. Polymer Clay TV
We have been getting lots of questions about where you can buy these new Sculpey products and I spoke with Iris Weiss the education manger at Polyform and she said the silkscreen kit will be available at Michaels at the end of the month. The Hollow Bead Baker will be available at Michaels, Hobby Lobby and AC Moore. I did find the silkscreens online but not the hollow bead baker.
Today we have a super fun episode of Polymer Clay TV, Ilysa demonstrates how to use a brand new product from the makers of Sculpey, the new Souffle polymer clay. Check out today’s show to see how these gorgeous designs are created! Don’t forget to subscribe to the Polymer Clay TV channel so you don’t miss a thing.
Want to be one of the first to try the new Souffle clay, well we have a brand new multi pack of clay to give away and you could be the lucky winner! Just share a link to Polymer Clay TV on your Facebook and fill out this form with your name and e-mail and you will be entered to win. **Please note if the winner is outside of the USA, you will have to agree you are willing to pay the shipping costs, inside the USA shipping is free.** Thanks for understanding.
On Wednesday I’m going to show how I made these super cool polymer clay designs. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss it!
I will give you a hint this is one of my favorite techniques. I love the look you can get from it and your not going to believe how super easy it is to do! So make sure to join this Wednesday on Polymer Clay TV to follow along. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss anything!
Check out today’s podcast, where Kira shows off a couple of things she has made with our new clay cutters! There’s a demo on the new Souffle clay from Polyform- which Kira thinks is awesome! See how easy it is to create strips of clay for decorating with the fancy edge cutters, and the graduated flower cutter set is perfect for home decor, jewelry and more.
Check out our brand new fancy edge and border cutters. You can even put them together to create strips for bracelets, and some of them will make flowers if you cut on both sides of your strip of clay with the same cutter! Imagine the possibilities. These are available in the shop!
I got an awesome package today and this is only one little part of what is inside! So many awesome new tools and 23 colors of this new clay, called Souffle. It feels light and whipped, very easy to pinch off a piece and condition by hand. Hmmm, wondering if it is the lovechild of Ultralight, and the defunct Studio clay that they had a couple years back? Because when they discontinued Studio, my world almost ended. I love light, easily squishable yet strong clays and that’s what Studio was, so I have high hopes for this one. I will be doing some strength and baking tests later this week and let you know what I find out!
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