Making Doll House Miniatures with Polymer Clay

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Octopus Books, Aug 1, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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"Here's the definitive guide to manufacturers, tools, safety, and crafting. See how to intermix colored clays to obtain an even wider range of hues, and the different types of paints and varnishes...for adornment. Techniques for softening the clay, balling and rolling it, working with a knife, and sanding will assure good results."-Doll Castle News.

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User Review  - starrpiercy -

This is a very clear introduction to the use of polymer clay miniatures for the Dolls House. Good directions and I have been successful making some of the items. Read full review

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User Review  - Sheila Read - Goodreads

I loved trying to make little dolls and many other things that would fit in your doll house. Still love making them. Read full review

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Sue Heaser is an internationally renowned polymer clay artist, author, and teacher. Sheas chair of the British Polymer Clay Guild, owner of the Polymer Clay Pit, the largest specialty mail-order supplier of polymer clay products in Europe, and the author of 11 books, including the best-selling Polymer Clay Techniques Book. She resides in Norfolk, United Kingdom.

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