Messages From beadingaholics

 


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#41512 Jan 31, 2008

Are there any patterns out there for clay flowers?

Beads,good friends and more beads !

Ahh the perfect life

Have a great beady day!

Jonnie Bean

warning, I tell jokes becuse life needs more laughter in it,

not becuse I am not in favor of anyone or anything



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#41538 Jan 31, 2008

You can find various polymer clay lessons on Polymer

Clay Central website.

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#41582 Feb 1 3:10 PM

Polymer clay is fun and you'll enjoy it. That's how I

actually got into beading.

Haze >>Like I really need to add one more thing to my plate!!!! LOLL



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#75898 Mar 3, 2013

Hi everyone,

Yesterday, I bought 2 Premo polymer clay packs. One of these is a bit dry. It's hard to put it in the paste machine because it fell apart. Should I add some oil to it? What kind of the oil? I am just a polymer clay beginner.

Many thanks, Steven



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#75916 Mar 8, 2013

You can use liquid clay or a clay softener. The store where you bought you clay should carry these. Check the label to be sure it will work with the brand you have. I know Hobby lobby cares this.

Take Care,

Kim Pandina

www.pandajewels.com


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