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Start with a small ball of Model Magic or clay. Flatten with your palm.
T here are a number of polymer clays available, Fimo being the easiest to get in Britain (where I live).
Make Your Own Stamps out of Polymer Clay I f there’s a favorite design or word you like to carve or put into your clay, or if there’s one you’d like to, but you can’t find the rubber stamp for it (or you can’t afford the stamp for it!)
Equipment: A board to work on.
Materials: Strong, flexible clay (suggested brands: Premo, Kato or Fimo).
G rannie was kind enough to offer her design for all to use, but please observe the COPYRIGHT . "You are welcome to use these instruction for your own pleasure. I, Grannie, own the copyright and give no one my permission to sell, publish or otherwise distribute these instructions without my prior approval.
H ere's a lovely project lesson from Marcia Tzigelnik.
Umm, hairclips v. hairpins - oops, but I don't want to re-edit the picture, so it'll just say hairclips, but I mean hairpins - oh well.
Don't let your purse dangle behind you on the back of a chair!
"W hen I was a little girl I used to go through entire bags of heart candies, looking for those hearts with those special sayings that were perfect for my prospective valentines.
H ere's a lovely project lesson from Gwen Baker that utilizes the new Studio by Sculpey© clay, as well as some of their accessories.
H ere are some fun clay "couches" I've been making out of scrap clay, then covering with canes.
Step 1: Measure and cut two pieces of wire 3 inches long, and two pieces 2 inches long. Step 2: Take one the wires and bend it in half so the two ends meet. Take the ends and twist them together, forming a loop out of the wire.