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Kato Polyclay™ - The Skinner Blend Technique

Named after Judith Skinner, the creator of this technique, the Skinner Blend technique has revolutionized the process of blending colors. The first few times you practice this technique it is good to choose colors that mix well together: yellow and...

Molding Kato Polyclay™ with Brass Molds

Neatly fill the stamped area with Kato Polyclay and press to capture the texture of the stamp.

Bake Kato Polyclay™, How-To

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 stamp it, sand it, engrave it and paint it. You can...

Creating a Sheet of Kato Polyclay™ Clear Medium Liquid

The gin transfer method with Kato Polyclay™

Faux MOKUME Gane Pillow Style Components with Kato Polyclay™

MOKUME Gane (MO-ku-may GAH-nay) is a beautiful, ancient Japanese metalsmithing technique that involves layering different colors of metal then impressing a texture or random design into the surface, which alters the layers below. Finally, the top...

Making a Feather Cane

Choose the colors of scrap clay that you like together. For making the feather cane used in the Jungle Crown, use browns and gold. Using the clay blade, chop the clay into little pieces and arrange them in the color pattern you would like for your...

Making a Tiger Lily Cane

To make the cane, fold the gradient clay back and forth onto itself. It does not matter which color you begin with. After the second fold, add two pieces of the worm clay across the 4-inch width of the gradient. After the fourth fold, add one piece...

Making a Butterfly Cane

The cane shown in these instructions is the Monarch butterfly. However, you can get very creative with colors and patterns, making fantasy butterflies of all colors and shapes. The instructions will show how to make one wing of the butterfly;...

Blending Colors in Polymer

Color was what originally attracted me to polymer clay. The colors available whetted my appetite and fueled my senses. As my interest in the medium grew, I found the need to blend colors. When creating items in a production style, it became...

How to Create a Bullseye Cane Using Polymer Clay

Lisa Pavelka's Tips for Clay Striping

Stack two approximately 3” x 3” sheets of clay (in contrasting colors) that have been rolled through the 3rd largest setting of the polyclay machine. Working with larger sheets of clay will also produce larger loaves.

Conditioning Polymer Clay

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, marble and lapis lazuli (to name but a few). You can...

Extruding Clay with the Makin's Professional® Ultimate Clay Extruder®

Extruders are great for creating long continual shapes of clay. The clay can then be used as a border, decorative element in a design or sliced to create multiples of the same shape to be used however you like. Each extruder works with polymer and...

Using Waterslide Image Transfers

Creating a Colorful Liquid Polyclay™ Sheet

Pour a small amount of the clear Liquid Polyclay onto a ceramic tile. Tilt the tile to spread the liquid out in an even layer. This will be the base of your sheet so work the liquid until it is as large as you would like your finished sheet to be;...

Applying Magic-Glos® Top Coat

Why I Love FIMO®

What is Polymer Clay?

Polymer clay is a clay-like material made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), plasticizer and pigment. It is available in many colors and brands, with each brand offering its own color palette and properties. Polymer clay is an amazing art material that...

Using Rubber Stamp Mats

Roll out clay. Place mat on top, pattern side facing clay. Press evenly into clay with roller.Note: Lightly oil mat, if your product requires it.
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