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New and interested by Heleena
Hello Group! I am new to making polymer clay beads. I can make some cool designs by twisting 2 or 3 rolls of color and cutting little pieces off and rolling them into beads. I was hoping that someone could maybe post a few links where I might be able to see more techniques. I don't want to keep...
May 14th 07 11:03 PM
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Bead Bugle polymer clay article and blog update by Sarajane Helm
hi everybody! I've updated my blog with some info and pics about JonesTones Foils and the goodies from the Dollar Nail Art Store---maent for acrylic nails but VERY cool with polymer clay! and these foils and decorative bits also work VERY nicely with fabric embellishments--in fact, thats what the...
May 11th 07 05:54 PM
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Another article about 3D printers by Martha[_3_]
See my previous post. Another article on same subject. If it's possible to "print" a 3D object in Cheese Whiz, imagine what you can do with polymer clay, or vice versa:) http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/05/business/05scan.html?ex=1178769600&en=a9633f9b81244a2a&ei=5070 Martha
May 8th 07 03:46 PM
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Cool new technology with apps to polyclay by Martha[_3_]
This has been the most emailed article in the NY Times over the last day. Some companies have developed 3D printers that can actually construct an object. When (and how much) the price drops this could have some fascinating applications for polymer...
May 8th 07 03:12 PM
by Martha[_3_] Go to last post
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The Crafts Report back issues by Georgia
I have five years' worth of issues of The Crafts Report (2000-2004) journal for professional craft artists and galleries to give away. Let me know if you want them, and we'll figure a way to do the postage. Georgia at georgiamorgan DOT net -- http://georgiamorgan.net
May 3rd 07 03:43 PM
by Georgia Go to last post
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Polymer clay project CD by plumclaysie
Hi everyone, I would like to invite you to take a look at my website http://www.simplyornaments.com . My new CD has just been released: "Simply Ornaments and More.....1002 Designs in Polymer Clay" 300 of the designs have step by step instructions. I have been making ornaments and selling them at...
April 28th 07 08:03 PM
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[Ganoksin] [Issue #159] Tips From The Jeweler's Bench by Ganoksin
The Ganoksin Project S i n c e 1 9 9 6 Jewelry Manufacturing Methods and Techniques http://www.ganoksin.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------- S A V E T H E D A T E CLASP - A Convergence of Jewelers.
April 18th 07 09:02 AM
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Orchestra's painted violins on tour throughout county (McKinney Courier-Gazette) by [email protected]
www.courier-gazette.com/articles/2007/04/10/mckinney_courier-gazette/news/aanews09.txt Cross Timbers Youth Orchestra is launching its second "Painted Violins Program," named Inspiration 2007, featuring painted violins created by artists from the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco. === Naked Angel Art...
April 10th 07 09:18 AM
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rubber cords by j[email protected]
If you are in the Uk you can try a company called polymax http://www.polymax.co.uk/acatalog/Rubber_Cord.html, they sell lots of different size and types of rubber cord, i've used them, hope this is of help james
April 5th 07 09:42 PM
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Image transfer to ring...help.. by [email protected]
I am trying to find out how to make a ring like this sample.. http://www.creedcanada.com/40081-87.html I have been looking at the idea of printing it on photopaper and sealing it in with a clear resin. Then I post on a another forum suggested transferring to clay. Does anyone do this (at a fair...
April 5th 07 01:40 PM
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Pigment Powder and Polymer Clay by k9trainer1417
I'm new to polymer clay and am interested in using pigment powder to get interesting effects. But how do you use it? Should be mixed through the clay, brushed on a piece before firing, or added after firing? Any suggestions? Thanks.
April 5th 07 01:32 PM
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Image wouldn't transfer by [email protected]
Hi all. Kinda new to this, but opened my big mouth at work and now I'm in a pickle. I am trying to transfer an image onto some TLS and it didn't work yet. Here's what I did: Squirted some TLS on a piece of glass. Levelled it out by pushing it around with a craft stick to make an
April 5th 07 01:29 PM
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pictures? by LWRiker
Hi, my wife does sculpting with polymer clay. where can she find a group that exchanges tips and designs using pictures?
April 5th 07 12:19 AM
by Barbara Forbes-Lyons Go to last post
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A big show and tell from me... by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
Instead of beading and claying, I've been putting this site together: http://www.npcg.org Enjoy! -- Barbara Bead & Polymer Clay Votary
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April 3rd 07 10:08 AM
by D Curtis Go to last post
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Polyclay weakness by Dicon[_2_]
I am having some trouble with the strength of thin ( 4 mm ) thick polyclay. I use Fimo,and it tends to break very easily. I am making large flat shapes, then decorating them with various things. I am sure I have the temperature right, ( I use an oven thermometer ), so would there be another kind...
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April 1st 07 07:36 AM
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Premo by Dicon[_2_]
Well......... just ordered some Premo, we shall see...... -- Jackdaw, collector of facts, trivia and bright twinkly things
March 31st 07 10:23 PM
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Wondering where Susan is... by kellyk
I'm a 10+ year polymer clay artisan, and WAY back when, there was a stunningly talented artist by the name of Susan Pagitt Schwab. Her work with animal canes was stunning. Suddenly there was nothing ... no more work, no google results are to be found (at least not by me). Anyone know what...
March 27th 07 02:26 AM
by Barbara Forbes-Lyons Go to last post
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Question about earrings and weight by Martha
Hi all, I have a question about earring weight, or lack thereof. I've made some cute earrings but the clay is so light when baked (specifically Premo) that fish hook or French wires lift right out of the ear. I know I can get those little rubber plugs to put on the earwires, or use a different...
March 18th 07 07:23 PM
by Deb Hayes Go to last post
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Official Burt Young Website Launch! by steffy
The awaited launch of Burt Young's official website is now available on internet for his fans. The website has become a literal library describing his milestones. His Art Work, Filmography, Biography and photos are the vital resources. He can be browsed at http://burtyoungartandfilm.com/
March 16th 07 07:25 AM
by steffy Go to last post
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Polymer-clay and basic questions by Yannis
Hello, First of all, I am very happy to have found such a place onilne! When I was much much younger I used to use plasteline clay to do pretty much everything. I cant say that I was an "artist" using it, but I could copy things I saw with ease and I could unleash most of my imagination with such...
March 16th 07 12:57 AM
by nanner Go to last post
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