Homemade polymer clay

Get inspired with these creative and easy homemade polymer clay ideas. Learn how to make beautiful jewelry, sculptures, and more with this versatile material.
Are you tired of running to the craft store for expensive polymer clay? Well now you can make a homemade version using simple household ingredients. Homemade polymer clay air-dries easily so that you do not have to put it in the oven.... Homemade Polymer Clay, Fimo Clay, Polymer Clay Projects, Polymer Clay Creations, Polymer Clay Jewelry, Cold Porcelain, Porcelain Candle, Porcelain Jewelry, Porcelain Clay

Are you tired of spending money on expensive polymer clay? You can save money (and have fun) by making your own polymer clay substitute right at home, and it's super easy. This wikiHow will show you 4 different ways to make polymer clay...

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Julie Romero
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Learning how to make clay is so easy! This homemade clay recipe uses simple ingredients you probably have in your kitchen already, and it's so nice to work with! How to Make Clay - Only 3 Ingredients! Air dry clay is so easy and so inexpensive to make! Why spend tons of money on store bought clay, when learning how to make clay at home is so much cheaper and so much fun?! We tested a few different clay recipes and this one was the BEST! And you only need 3 ingredients - water, cornstarch…

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Anne
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You’ve made your beautiful air dry clay pot, now what? How do you seal and protect your finished piece? Air dry clay can be used to make almost anything. You don’t need any special tools or equipment and there’s no kiln needed to achieve a beautiful end product. But without a kiln how do you glaze a

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Lydia Harris
"Cold porcelain" clay - elmers, cornstarch, mineral oil, and lemon juice.  Air drys, lasts longer than salt dough. Homemade Polymer Clay, Diy Clay, Porcelain Clay, Cold Porcelain, Antique Porcelain, Polymer Clay Projects, Clay Crafts, Biscuit, Clay Food

At different points over the last few years I've played around with different kinds of homemade "clay." My favorite is a polymer clay also known as cold porcelain. Its main ingredients are cornstarch and white PVA or Elmer's glue. I like it because it's smooth and a little bit elastic to work with and dries extremely hard. It's also relatively non-porous so it takes paint really well. And it doesn't degrade over time like baker's clay or salt clay does. I've used it to cover blown-out…

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Joanie Krajewski