Polymer Clay

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Once you try these spectacular techniques and see the fabulous results that can be achieved, you'll say, 'I can't believe it's so easy to work with polymer clay!' No Expertience is necessary - soon you'll be on your way to doing the basics of 'canework', or patterned clay, and using some molds and texturing techniques. The pinroll is perfect for enhancing a small candleholder. Turn the pinroll inside out and you'll have a bead - craft several and string them together as a necklace. A simple flower pattern is just what you'll want for creating covered drawer pulls. Transform clay into a snowman and wear it as a great little pin. Combine rubber stamping, textured designs, and heat-embossing powders, and black clay will take on the appearance of antiqued bronze. Or, give the illusion that a light switch has been sculptured from colored granite. Beginners will become pros in no time.

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this book is great with explaining the basics. even just this partial version has good tips.

It captured my attention.

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This book for me is excellent because it introduces the subject in an easy to understand format. I cannot wait to try out the ideas. Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Syndee Holt has a Fine Arts degree from the Brooks Institute of Photography and writes regularly for national magazines including Arts and Crafts and Better Homes and Gardens. She is also an editorial advisor for Expression Magazine and appears regularly on television home shows.

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