Polymer Clay Key Lock Tutorial

No more boring key locks! With polymer clay the possibility is endless! We can make everything unique and colourful and yet useful. Today we are going to share a very simple polymer clay key lock tutorial contributed by Apple Sweet Clay Craft.

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These are Malaysia Clay Art’s polymer clay. With polymer clay code 12, code 20, code 1, and code 2

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How to DIY Running Man Bookmark with Air Dry Clay

If you are not yet addicted to Running Man, certainly you’ve at least heard about this successful Korea variety program. This post is strongly inspired by Yoo Jae Suk – the nation’s favourite grasshopper,  leader MC that spearhead the program. This is very easy to make, suitable for kids school holiday clay project. In this post we are going to show you how to DIY Running Man bookmark with air dry clay.

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Make Your Own Pen Cover with Air Dry Clay

Our good friend Mama’s Crochet House has created these pen cover with Malaysia Air Dry Clay. It was publish on Harian Metro newspaper on 16 April 2014 and we thought some of you might missed out the spread, so here’s the easy tutorial on how to make your own pen cover with air dry clay. This air dry clay project is great for kids, 100% customisable to your unique fancy one and only pen. Enjoy!

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Materials and tools: Malaysia air dry clay color codes are 17, 18, and 22, a sharp blade and a pen.

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Malaysia Clay Art Polymer Clay – Baking Guide

Why Choose Our Clay
In Malaysia Clay Art, we don’t just sell products! We test and use our products too! We only provide our customers the modelling clay that we love to use. We feel that it makes sense to only use those materials that are the best.

Baking Malaysia Clay Art Polymer Clay
Baking time and temperature are critical. The clay should bake evenly throughout and become a hard plastic. Too low a temperature, it’ll crumbles; too high a temperature, and the outside fuses and burns before the inside has cooked through.

Place the modelled object on aluminium foil and let it harden in the oven for a maximum of 20 minutes at a temperature of 130°C. Malaysia Polymer Clay will only be completely hardened when cooled down to room temperature. The correct way to bake polymer clay is to heat up the oven until 130°C first, only then put in the modelled object. This way it will ensure that the clay is cured perfectly. The length of time you bake a piece will be determined by how thick the clay is. Clay object bigger than 5cm may takes a little more time to bake.

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1. Oven Baking (Reconmended)

  • 1-5cm : Baking temperature : 130°C, baking time : 10-15 Minutes
  • 5-15cm : Baking temperature : 130°C, baking time : 15-20 Minutes
  • Tips – first time oven baking : Condition and put in a 3-5cm snake shape polymer clay, and bake for 10 minutes in 130°C, check the snake shape polymer clay, it shoud be be able to bend slightly without breaking if the temperature is right.

2. Steaming
​3. Boiling

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How to Make Polymer Clay Crochet Hook Handle

This is a very simple polymer clay project. The thickness of the crochet handles helps crocheters hold the hook with less discomfort, especially if you’re having bigger hands. Here’s one of the easy solution. Check out how to make a polymer clay crochet hook handle.

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Materials : Malaysia polymer clay in red and black, crochet hooks, a blade, and fimo cane (optional)

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