Getting Started With Polymer Clay

Getting started with polymer clay
Getting started with polymer clay

Getting started with polymer clay is so much fun. It's such a versatile and creative medium. But there are a few things you need to know before you dive in. On this page I hope to share with you all the basic things you need to do before you actually start making anything. A little bit of preparation will go a long way towards making your journey with polymer clay as fun and rewarding as possible.

There will be much more added over the coming months, so check back often. If you have any specific requests please let me know in the comments at the end of the page.

How to condition polymer clay

how to condition polymer clay

How to condition polymer clay

In this tutorial I will be showing you how to condition the three most popular polymer clay brands.

Premo, Kato and Fimo Professional are completely different from one another, and each requires a different conditioning process. For instance, Kato will need a good wack with a mallet before it even goes near your pasta machine, while Premo can be conditioned by hand.

In this tutorial I will show you tips for pre-conditioning each brand and how to condition polymer clay quickly and easily.

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