Totally Cool Polymer Clay Projects

by Marie Browning

Sterling | September 1, 2004 | Hardcover

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With easy-to-use polymer clay and these exciting projects kids can experience the creative pride of making their own beautiful crafts. Colorful photos show how to do it all, with the basics from safety to supplies to techniques covered. Instructions explain how to condition the clay, mix colors, use additives, and shape the polymer. There’s even a special section to guide parents and teachers. The super-cool effects youngsters can create include marbling, painting the clay, and image transfer. Best of all, no kiln is required, because polymer hardens in an ordinary oven. Everyone will have fun fashioning these beads, jewelry (such as an African mask pin), imitation scrimshaw, covered buttons, picture frames, game boards, and more.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 96 pages, 10 × 8.5 × 0.98 in

Published: September 1, 2004

Publisher: Sterling

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1402706421

ISBN - 13: 9781402706424

Found in: Home and Garden

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Totally Cool Polymer Clay Projects

by Marie Browning

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 96 pages, 10 × 8.5 × 0.98 in

Published: September 1, 2004

Publisher: Sterling

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1402706421

ISBN - 13: 9781402706424

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With easy-to-use polymer clay and these exciting projects kids can experience the creative pride of making their own beautiful crafts. Colorful photos show how to do it all, with the basics from safety to supplies to techniques covered. Instructions explain how to condition the clay, mix colors, use additives, and shape the polymer. There’s even a special section to guide parents and teachers. The super-cool effects youngsters can create include marbling, painting the clay, and image transfer. Best of all, no kiln is required, because polymer hardens in an ordinary oven. Everyone will have fun fashioning these beads, jewelry (such as an African mask pin), imitation scrimshaw, covered buttons, picture frames, game boards, and more.