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There are lots of reasons to love polymer clay, but if you're of a DIY mindset, you might try making some cold porcelain—an air-drying clay that's amazing for jewelry and other small projects. Here's how!  What you'll need:  3/4 cup white glue  1/2 cup water  1 teaspoon cold cream (such as Pond's)  1 teaspoon glycerin  1 cup cornstarch, plus additional for dusting your hands

There are lots of reasons to love polymer clay, but if you're of a DIY mindset, you might try making some cold porcelain—an air-drying clay that's amazing for jewelry and other small projects. Here's how! What you'll need: 3/4 cup white glue 1/2 cup water 1 teaspoon cold cream (such as Pond's) 1 teaspoon glycerin 1 cup cornstarch, plus additional for dusting your hands

Cold Porcelain is a "clay" or paste that can be made at home and is composed of white glue and cornstarch. Cold porcelain is known throughout the world by many different names. It is also known as porcelana fria, masa flexible, biscuit, pasta di mais, among others. It is soft, white and flexible and can be modeled into small figures or large. Hard and durable when cured

Cold Porcelain is a "clay" or paste that can be made at home and is composed of white glue and cornstarch. Cold porcelain is known throughout the world by many different names. It is also known as porcelana fria, masa flexible, biscuit, pasta di mais, among others. It is soft, white and flexible and can be modeled into small figures or large. Hard and durable when cured

$13.89 Chic Halter Cherry Print Bowknot Design One-Piece Women's Swimwear

$13.89 Chic Halter Cherry Print Bowknot Design One-Piece Women's Swimwear

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