How do you make polymer clay?
By Jason from Philippines
Here's a good recipe: theartfulcrafter.com/craft-ideas-nine.html
You cannot make polymer clay you can just made cold porcelain or airdry clay if you are in the Philippines. You can't buy polymer clay because I was there before, but you can buy air dry clay from national books store "art attack". That's what I was using when I was there.
Polymer clay and cold porcelain are not the same. Cold porcelain is air dry polymer clay you need to bake it to became hard you can buy stuff for polymer clay and air dry clay tools from Daiso or Saizen in St Francis there is daiso, but I go to Saizen is located in Robinson Galeria. You can buy polymer clay there and tools too.
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What is the recipe for homemade polymer clay?
By Sarah from Calauan, Philippines
I am looking for a recipe for polymer clay.
By Corrie from South Africa
I doubt that you can make genuine polymer clay at home. Why not just buy it, it is certainly cheap enough and available from many sources on line. (03/13/2010)
I read the recipe for making my own polymer clay and I'm excited to try it. However, when I mix the cornstarch and glue, will I be free to work and condition it? Does it need to be baked? And will it stay soft like the Sculptey clay (for later use) or will it dry out?
Leighann from Richmond, VA
I used my brain and found out how to make the clay less sticky. I added cornstarch and it worked. Woo hoo.
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