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Conditioning Polymer Clay

What is conditioning? Why should you do it? Learn more! The Polymer Clayspot

Conditioning Polymer Clay - With Food Processor

Learn about this way of conditioning polymer clay. The Polymer Clayspot

Firing Polymer Clay

Firing is the process of heating the clay to make a finished piece. Polymer clay fires at low temperatures and can be fired in a kitchen oven. Learn more. The Polymer Clayspot

Polymer Clay Basics

Basic instructions and a simple polymer clay project for beginners. Polymer Clay Central

Safety and Cleanup

All you need to know right here... The Polymer Clayspot

Storing Polymer Clay

Basic information on the storing of polymer clay - how to know whether a piece of clay is to hard, how long it keeps, etc. The Polymer Clayspot





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