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I was wondering if you need any kind of release with the flex molds? I'm thinking for PMC you'd want to oil them, but what about ICE Resin?

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Conditioning Polymer Clay

by Judy Belcher, Polymer Artist and Jewelry Designer; Instructions by Gail Ritchey, Polymer Artist

Wow! Look at what you can create with Kato Polyclay. Make your own beads, unlike anything you've ever seen. Recreate the look of natural materials such as ivory, turquoise, jade, carnelian, agate,...

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How to Use Molding Compound

By Stephanie Girdlestone, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®

Want to make replicas of some of your unique stations or other items? Learn how to use molding compound  to duplicate even fragile items. This is an excellent way to duplicate hard-to-find vintage...

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Pendant with Kato Polyclay™ Focals and Sterling Silver Chain

Designer: Tammy Honaman, Author, Jewelry-Making Expert and Educator, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®

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Bake Kato Polyclay™, How-To

By Gail Ritchey, Polymer Artist

Make your own beads, unlike anything you've ever seen ~ recreate the look of natural materials such as ivory, turquoise, jade, carnelian, agate, marble and lapis lazuli (to name but a few). You can...

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