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I've been stalking you tube this weekend, checking out kawaii polymer clay beads/charms....so cute!!!
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I was just thinking about sitting on the clay to warm it up! I'm glad someone actually does that. I don't feel so 'strange' now.



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Okay, okay! Let go of my arm already!! I'm in.
This is going to be so fun - and outside the box for me.
Hmmm ... what to make????
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I am on research mode. headed to the book store
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So what did you find, Dora?

Soooooooo many ideas when I pick up one of those Polymer magazines at the craft stores!!!! I love those cute molds. There are several on Ebay starting at 99 cents even though they come from Asia so seems to take forever to get here in the mail I think. I love the molds on Enchanted Gallery online too, gorgeous!
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Have any of you done button covers??? I saw some really cute ideas where they made button covers by adding a polymer animal or such over the cover. Sweet, especially for winter sweaters!
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I bought this book call POLYMER CLAY by Ceelie Fago,Ellen Marshall,Leivia Mcree, Georgia Sargeant and Dinko Tilov it's really starts simple for the beginners and them moves on. I also got some Fimo and I found in my stash a pk of Delight molding compound. I got a pasta machine . I am going to start playing with the polymer today when I get home from work. I'm so excited oh I have to go back to the store and buy some tools.I can wait
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Lookout! She's on a roll!!! (or should that be a turn of the pasta machine....)
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Who knew there were so many kinds of polymer clay??? For the sake of postage, I think I will use a light one (the lighter the better).

Susan, I like the idea of little button covers! Hmm.... there is polymer in my weekend me thinks!
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he-he-he you got me rolling like a pasta machine. I'm trying to get the nerve to start but ... do I need a toaster oven or just the oven?
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I use my oven, though I know a lot of people wont and only use a separate toaster oven for theirs in the craft room
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he-he-he you got me rolling like a pasta machine. I'm trying to get the nerve to start but ... do I need a toaster oven or just the oven?
I know some have a designated toaster oven for it. I can't afford to buy one just for crafts. I have a cookie sheet just for clay and wrap it in foil before putting it in the oven.
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yea ,I like that idea maybe Santa Clause will get me a toaster oven but for now I'm going to try the cookie sheet thats works for my budget
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I know some have a designated toaster oven for it. I can't afford to buy one just for crafts. I have a cookie sheet just for clay and wrap it in foil before putting it in the oven.
I got mine at an auction for $1. LOL Don't discount auctions and thrift stores. Most of the time there isn't anything wrong with them.


Suggestion, by a oven thermometer. When you go shopping ask to plug it in to make sure it works. Many thrift stores have areas designated for this.
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I'm still thinking of joining if there's room. I need to test-run something first to make sure it will work.

In the mean time, for any of you who read Polymer Cafe magazine... I will be in the Nov/ Dec issue as well as the Jan/ Feb. issue. I'm a regular in The Last Word column. I'm also working with the editor on my first full-length article (possible Mar/ Apr issue) on organization.

If any of you are regular clayers and would like to share your storage tips/ products, I'd love to hear from you. Just PM me.
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Here's the link to the main sight. All articles are in their print magazine. Nov/ Dec issue is on Tooting Your Own Horn - great tips on writing tutorials. Jan/ Feb is on Finding Your Inspiration.


I've been writing for PC about 3 years covering 6 issues counting the new one coming out next month.


You can usually find Polymer Cafe at B & N, Michaels and JoAnns. I've never seen it at HL.
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I have a whole drawer of FIMO/PRIMO and tools that I rarely pull out to play with but when I do, its an addiction for a while!
I picked up a bunch more at a yard sale too, so now have to get to that drawer (which of course means cleaning the craft room first.. haha) to put those in and to play...

Any of you more-experienced clayers have tips on how to best soften up FIMO/PRIMO that's been sitting a while?
Okay... multiple ways. Some are too funny but they really do work.


For those 'endowed', tuck the packs under your breasts in your bra - like while watching TV or working on a project


Not the most comfy, but place them under a chair pad and sit on them to warm them up


Our guild pres always ran her old bits and pieces through a food processor. If you can cut the whole blocks smaller, you can do this with them, too.
The idea is once you break them up and get them whirling in the processor it activates the polymers.
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What's there to think about???? It sounds like you could do a project in your sleep! I hope I can find the Polymer Cafe Magazine somewhere in town, I would love to read your article....and see the projects you've done.
much to my editor's disappointment I've not written tutorials yet. hehe
and the articles are in The Last Word... usually within the last 2 -3 pages of the magazine.


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I don't think she means candy canes. I think she's referring to the "canes" or long skinny clay rolls that have been made from a variety of clay colors. You roll out long snakes of different colors of clay and then put them together to form patterns, roll them until they are all compressed and don't fall apart and they become longer. Then you can cut the canes cross-wise to see the pretty pattern. Does that make sense? I've read about this and seen it done on videos....never done it myself!
As I'm reading/ commenting as I go.. I looked at the links Susan posted. On the google search one - here is a picture of what canes look like. And yes, Sandra, your explanation was clear.


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I've been stalking you tube this weekend, checking out kawaii polymer clay beads/charms....so cute!!!
Oooo hadn't thought of YouTube Ack! I see a lot of early mornings in my future hehe.


I do know my first tutorial will be on meditation beads... just making the time.
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Don't know if this has been posted yet, but if you really want to lose track of time, check out Polymer Clay Central

Artist links, tips, tutorials, swaps.... yeah.. Grab a beverage and get comfy.
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If you want to work on formed flowers, look at Cake decorating books that have instruction. Polymer clay forms just like fondant, gum paste and (dang cant' think of the other one) The techniques are very much the same. That's how I got into PC. I figured while I was practicing, it was cheaper to make mistakes with the clay, mush it up and start over before going to the cake products.
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Who knew there were so many kinds of polymer clay??? For the sake of postage, I think I will use a light one (the lighter the better).

Susan, I like the idea of little button covers! Hmm.... there is polymer in my weekend me thinks!
Keep in mind some clays bake differently. Sculpey, though less expensive, also does not bake up as hard as Premo.
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Using your oven is fine as long as you're not doing as extensively as a regular 'clayer' might. For the length of this project, you'll be fine. But if you really enjoy playing with the clay (and what kid - big or small doesn't hehe) you'll want to invest in either a new or used toaster oven.

Also a great baking surface... a ceramic tile from the home improvement store.

A sheet of thick glass or a larger glazed tile also makes an excellent work surface.
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Hey ladies,
I was looking through a back issue of polymer cafe and found something by Lisa Pavelka. For the entire year - 2012 - she has teamed up with Caramex to create a 'lid' every day of the year - 366. It's called 365 days of Lip Service . She talks about her inspiration behind each creation. You can also win a his and hers carmex tin created by her.
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I got mine at an auction for $1. LOL Don't discount auctions and thrift stores. Most of the time there isn't anything wrong with them.


Suggestion, by a oven thermometer. When you go shopping ask to plug it in to make sure it works. Many thrift stores have areas designated for this.
ooooh! Hadn't thought of that! There is a local auction house that has weekly auctions I go to once in a while with a girlfriend. I'll have to watch for one there.
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As I'm reading/ commenting as I go.. I looked at the links Susan posted. On the google search one - here is a picture of what canes look like. And yes, Sandra, your explanation was clear.


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This is great! I followed the links and found her video for the eggs! I always wondered how you got the slices so even when you covered something. Now I know!
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This is great! I followed the links and found her video for the eggs! I always wondered how you got the slices so even when you covered something. Now I know!
practice LOL I want to do one of those eggs... someday
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Wow, Kelly! You are the GO TO GAL on this!!! Awesome links and ideas, thank you!!!

I have been looking at Goodwill and at Estate Sales for a used Toaster oven, but my craft room is so overwhelmed, it might be a hazard for me to get one!
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Great idea for swap - gotta share with my friend - I am not good with clay but so love seeing others being able to create with it
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First thing I thought when I saw your avatar is what a beautiful cane that would make hehe.
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I have been looking at Goodwill and at Estate Sales for a used Toaster oven, but my craft room is so overwhelmed, it might be a hazard for me to get one!
I don't say I'm the Go To girl... just like to share. hehe
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JCI. REading a bit here and there...you ladies are WAY behind me when it comes to the latest in the polymer world!! I have a few other swaps to finish, then I think I'd better try to get in a degree in polymer clay before I complete this swap! Seriously, though, I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. I'll do my best not to disappoint!
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JCI. REading a bit here and there...you ladies are WAY behind me when it comes to the latest in the polymer world!! I have a few other swaps to finish, then I think I'd better try to get in a degree in polymer clay before I complete this swap! Seriously, though, I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. I'll do my best not to disappoint!
If you ever played with playdough - you're good to go. Just read your package directions and cruise the net for inspiration. Take your time and don't worry about perfect as you play the first couple of times with your idea. You'll be fine Can't wait to see what you share.
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JCI. Hope you are all having a good week so far.
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:05 PM   #80
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I am loving those Lisa Pavelka Carmex covers!
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