These adorable fairy doors and gingerbread houses by Ellen Kharade are the perfect addition to your Christmas décor. Not only do they look good enough to eat, but they are also bright and eye-catching so children will love them too. Polymer clay is easy to work with and once baked and coated with varnish, you will be creating a beautiful decoration that you can use every year!Download now »
If you’re up to your ears in festive stickers, chipboard and ribbon and are desperate to try something new, polymer clay could be just the thing you’ve been looking for. The vibrant embellishments on Jane’s cards are made by stamping clay with a flower earring, cutting it to shape (don’t worry, a handy template is provided!), applying sparkling crystals, baking in the oven and then popping onto the card. Easy peasy! The bauble designs can even be removed and used as pretty hanging decorations, meaning that you can save bags of time and create a card and gift all in one go!Download now »
Create pretty items for the home using Sculpey III Polymer Clay that all the family can enjoy
Go all girlie and indulge your child’s creativity by making our fab personalised door plaque and photo frame set, all shaped from polymer clay! The vibrant shades and show-stopping designs are bound to appeal. Simple cookie cutters are used to stamp out the pretty butterflies just perfect for a little girl’s room. Decorate the motifs with sparkly crystals or a sprinkle of glitter, which can be added before baking for a fab feminine touch. The project is easy to adapt for a boy try creating dinosaurs or monsters in a variety of aqua tones for a masculine look.Download now »
This irresistible gingerbread house and wintry scene created by Ellen Kharade has been constructed entirely out of polymer clay and would look eye-catching perched on top of a cake. The great thing about polymer clay toppers are that once baked, they last indefinitely and can be used year after year. Polymer clay is a much more forgiving medium than traditional sugar paste decorations as it allows you to take time and work in stages if required. As with all non-edible items designed for decorating cakes, we advise that the clay models are left out of the reach of small children.Download now »
Learn how to mould precious metal clay like a pro and make trinkets a-plenty!
Picture the scene: it’s dusk, the sun is low in the sky, the fading light catching the twenty glistening silver pendants hanging from a Christmas tree. No, this isn’t the opening scene of a festive film, it could be right at home in your living room!
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If you're inspired by this issue's fab kit but want to go that extra mile, whip up a batch of Corinne's fantastic polymer clay decorations, including charming buttons, stylish love hearts and eye-catching flowers. She also demonstrates how to get a stunning sheen across the clay for a gorgeous finish.Watch video »
Make some seriously funky accessories in the brightest shades of polymer clay. The clever roller forms professional-looking beads, perfect for stringing onto vibrant thread or memory wire. Corinne Bradd shows how to get to grips with the gadget and make the most of the resulting designs.Watch video »
Guest designer Jasmine Burgess shows Kristy Clark how to make gorgeously vibrant butterflies, ideal for use as table decorations, novelty gift tags or embellishments on a whole range of different projects. With clever hints and handy tips, you'll see how to create a professional finish.Watch video »