Clay Tutorials – Advance

Fun With Clear Epoxy AB Resin

Get creative with Ab Clear Epoxy Resin! Not only it is fun to make, it can be an inexpensive way to be creative! Make your own jewelries, accessories, polymer clay koi fish Pond, and etc with Clear epoxy AB Resin!

Materials used in the video

  1. Clear Resin | AB Resin Liquid
  2. Measuring cup
  3. Silicone mold
  4. Dried flowers
  5. Mica Powder

Big bottle : A
small bottle : B

Ratio : A : B (3 : 1) every (3 cups of A + 1 cups of B)

1. Measure 60g of A and 20g of B and gently mix them (5-10g of B can be added to the mixture to fasten the harden process). Stirr the mixture slowly until they are mix equally and you’ll get a clear liquid.

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How to make Elsa from Frozen with Air Dry Clay

As promised here’s how to make Elsa from Frozen with air dry clay! This is a easy step by step tutorial on how to make Elsa with Air Dry Clay. It’s suitable for kids aged 8 and up to follow, it’s a great school holiday DIY kids craft project! All materials used can be found on www.malaysiaclayart.com/shop. Air dry clay are from Malaysia Clay Art air dry clay.

Materials needed:

  1. Air dry clay (No. 18 light blue x 1 pack, No. 6 white x 5 packs, No. 2 yellow x 2 packs, No. 9 skin color x 1 pack, No. 5 black x 1 pack, No. 15 brown x 1 pack)
  2. Plastic roller
  3. Basic clay tools
  4. Flexible blade
  5. Styrofoam ball 4cm and Styrofoam cone 7.5cm
  6. Scissors and Glue
  7. Ruler

You can get the Elsa DIY Air dry clay package from here.

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Flatten and smooth out (skin color no. 9) piece of clay with a plastic roller.  If you prefer a more pearly-like skin color, you can mix it with white.

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How to Make Olaf With Polymer Clay

Anna : Do you wanna build a snowman ? ~
I say : Yes I do! Let’s build Olaf!

Here’s a tutorial on how to make Olaf with polymer clay. Have fun!

You will need :

  1. Polymer clay color codes : No 01. White, No.02 Black and No. 30 Orange
  2. Toothpick
  3. Modelling Ball Tool
  4. Embossing Stylus Tool (optional)
  5. Blade
  6. Gloss Glaze (optional)

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Take some white clay and condition them well. the clay used In this tutorial is from Malaysia Clay Art’s Polymer Clay. Roll them into balls and prepare pieces as shown on photo. Olaf’s head is in a diamond shape. Roll it on a flat surface on either side to create a diamond shape.

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How to Knit Polymer Clay

If you are looking to learn a unique and awesome polymer clay technique this is one of it that you should not miss! UK’s Claire Wallis will hold your hand through the whole project, showing you step by step photos for creating an amazing technique on how to knit polymer clay,  perfect for making gorgeous bracelet components, pendants, earrings and etc!

How to knit polymer clay – Equipment lists:

  • Polymer clay
  • Tissue blade or craft knife
  • Clay extruder (I used a disc with 2mm holes)
  • Cocktail stick

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How To Make a Pig Music Box with Air Dry Clay

Today’s post will be on how to make a pig music box with polymer clay, and I think this is a good time especially Christmas is so near and this will do a fabulous christmas hand made gift. Hopefully you’ll be able to learn something new from this post and enjoy yourself as well.

The tutorial has been divided into 3 parts. When you’re done with each part, keep the finishing aside so they don’t get dirty while you’re doing the others. Be aware that today’s tutorial is a bit more time consuming. However, I think the end result is well worth the effort. I get people asking where to buy the music box base. Here’s where you can buy it. Click here to buy music box.

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