I saw a picture of this bookmark many years ago and I saved the link right away because I knew I’ll be making one someday. So, when I discovered the Jumping Clay some months ago, I knew I had found the perfect material to make it, and the birthday of my friend Marta, who is a big fan of The Wizard of Oz, was the best excuse to try it.
These earrings are some of the things that came out during my experimental phase with polymer clay and Jumping Clay in the past days.
Here you can see how they look on some models from a magazine who have unknowingly agreed to model for me 😉
I had my first contact with polymer clay some months ago. Although it’s a material that’s been around and on trend for quite long, I wasn’t feeling interested on it. However, after seeing the pretty amazing things you can make with it, I decided I had to give it a try!
Keep reading to see what came out and some links to some of the best polymer clay artists in the internet!
I learned about the existence of this modelling clay a pair of weeks ago when a friend from work told me about it and I couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard about it before! I’ve tried polymer clays like Fimo and Sculpey and I hate the baking part. I get anxious when it’s in the oven, and I always have this irrational fear that it’s all going to be burned or damaged, or that the oven is going to explode…. A non-toxic, eco-friendly, easy mixing, inexpensive, air draying clay? It almost seemed too good to be true. So I had to try it… and this is my review.