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Free polymer clay supplies

Free polymer clay supplies

Another use for straws suppliez to ;olymer on resin to remove air bubbles. There are also lots of texture sheets, stamps, silicone molds, edging cutters, and stencils. Become a Member. But they work.

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Oh yes. Drag them across polymer clay to create a texture. Press the side of the teeth into clay to form regular vertical lines. And did you know that you can use a comb to measure polymer clay? Just roll out a snake of clay, taking care to make it an even diameter.

Now gently press the teeth of the clay onto the top of the clay snake. Now use your razor blade to cut the snake so many teeth apart. Use them to scrub, to texture, to add paint, to remove paint. Use the handle to poke holes. Use the little scrubby part behind the head and those grippers on the handles to make textures as well.

I told her that I needed some old toothbrushes. She must have saved them for years! You can use craft needles from your sewing or knitting box to make DIY needle tools for sculpting and poking holes into polymer clay.

You can make these yourself in no time at all. Read the tutorial here. Okay, how was that for an unusual list of free polymer clay tools?

They really are the tools that I use in my studio and I hope this list has triggered some new ideas for you. Some of the most popular posts are listed over in the sidebar on the right. No problem, just take a moment to subscribe to the site in the box below.

You will LOVE getting this email, which is packed full of polymer clay goodness. About once a week. Thanks for the idea! I never thought that I could use these items as polymer clay tools. I should start looking around the house now to complete the list. Anything with a texture can be used to imprint clay.

I have scored dozens of gorgeous buttons at our local reuse store and have made great designs. Some can even make molds so that the design will right side out! This is a great site!

Tirzah and cats, with accompanying fur. Thank you for all the wonderful Ideas Ginger! Also, glass vitamin bottles and other narrow glass bottles make a great form for bracelets…you can put the clay on them and stick them right in the oven. One of my favorite earring molds are the little plastic holder that contact lenses come in.

Also works for shank buttons, make the shank out of craft wire. Another place to get tools is at the office, for those of us who have a day job. Discarded manila folders to cut up for templates, the attached ACCO clips to make mini cutters or armatures, interesting mystery pieces of plastic for texturing, etc.

My favorite: the waxed backing of used label sheets for laser transfers. Instead of printing on plain paper, I print on the waxed side where labels used to be. I have plenty at home. All post are interesting. I like to recycle rather than having to buy the expensive tools at the craft stores.

Your mom sounds like mine, she always brings me tons of stuff when I ask her to save something for me… I think she enlists all her senior friends too!

Thank you Beth. These are all great ideas. The whole reason why i fell in love with polymer clay is it so inexspensive. Ooh, yes! Yes, polymer certainly does have a lot of creative bang for the buck. For those of you who resin, this is the solution to putting resin on round beads, and, with experimentation, large rounded pendants or cabs.

It is a rotisserie kit, mounted to a storage box. I put resin on my beads one by one, put them on a toothpick or needle whatever is the right size for the hole in your bead , stick them in a styrofoam block on the rotating rotisserie, come back a few hours later usually I just let it run overnite , and voila-perfectly resined round beads.

Several of us have been using this for over a year and have not had one drip. While rotating, this keeps the resin moving on the bead, side to side, end to end, until it stops flowing. Hugs, Boni. What an elegant solution, Boni. Thank you SO much for mentioning it here. It sounds like I need to put a rotisserie on my garage-sale scout list.

Breaks my heart that there are all those rotisseries that came with barbecues, and are sitting cold in a garage, all shiny and unused. We need to find out how to get them out of the garage and into artistic endeavors. There are so many things that others could be using!

Push pins work as a quick and easy needle tool as well. I use them to create fur-like texture in my polymer clay animals.

Also those cone shaped erasers that you place onto the back of a pencil can work great as a replacement for those silicone color shaper tools which can be quite expensive. Rubbing might cause eraser crumbs to sitck to your clay.

Wonderful suggestions, both of them! Now if only erasers came in lots of sizes. I love thinking out of the box like this. Ah yes! Playing with polymer clay has turned me into a hoarder, um, collector, of broken bits of things.

I have a little big box of stuff that can be used to texture, cut, and poke holes in clay. Reuse, repurpose, recommission. The 3Rs of polymer clay.

We facilitate the new life of old things. Love your blogs — always full of helpful hints and ideas. Thanks for the laugh this morning about the cat hair.

I thought I was the only one. Love your blogs and all the information you share. Thank you. Aw thanks Bonnie. Glad to have you here.

I suspect cat hair is the 1 inclusion in polymer clay. Darn stuff gets everywhere. No outfit is complete without a little cat hair. I like to layer mine, like a scent. A handful on my socks, a smattering here and there on my pants, maybe one or 10 on my blouse. But having said that I watched a YouTube on making a miniture bunny rabbit 🙂 and thought ummm miniature cats and then I can give all my boys a good grooming and there I will have fur to coat them in 🙂 give them a real look of my cats that way 🙂.

Also agreed…good tweezers are hard to find. Oh totally. I have used the heal brush to clone out SO many little cat hairs that I never saw until I was processing the pictures. I found some wonderful tweezers at ELF. been using them for years.

Once I found them, my search was over. Great blog. I have those embellishments of cat hair also as hard as I try to keep her out of my studio she wants to be by me so I give in….

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