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Home made polymer clay

Posted by therustyone (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 8, 10 at 14:32

Hi, everyone.
I'm new to this forum,
I hang out on the cooking forum quite a lot.
And mostly lurk on the Garden Junk forum,
Also the Mosaic forum.

Doesn't seem to be much going on here,
But I'm hoping some do read here now & then,
And can answer a question I have.

I am wanting to make some Christmas ornaments with ploymer clay.
Not only is it not available within a 50 mile radius of me,
It is pretty expensive,
If one is on a limited fixed income.
So I have been looking at recipes for making my own.

My questions is simply this:
Has anyone here tried it?
Do you have a recipe you prefer over others?
Is it harder, easier, whatever, to work with than the "real" stuff?
And most of all, how fragile is it?

Thanks for responding!

Rusty


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RE: Home made polymer clay

I'm sorry that no one answered your question . This forum
doesn't seem to get any traffic any more.
do a search for cold porcelain.

here is one spot.. scroll down the page and see the video
demonstration. It's a micro wave recipe

Here is a link that might be useful: cold porcelain


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