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  • Carman Ho

    Homemade Polymer Clay from Etsy {NewYork} Street Team :: Lc- actually a recipe for "cold porcelain" which is used often in cake decorating figures and structures in other countries, similar to pastillage. Non-toxic, but non-edible smooth air dry clay. Her recipe is adjusted to be less sticky -- gonna try this for a figurine next week!

  • Jo Ann Edington

    Homemade Polymer Clay #recipe

  • Sheryl A

    homemade polymer clay - DIY #crafts

  • Barb Burke

    DIY Polymer Clay recipe

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Homemade Polymer Clay - My favorite is a polymer clay also known as cold porcelain. Its main ingredients are cornstarch and white PVA or Elmer's glue. I like it because it's smooth and a little bit elastic to work with and dries extremely hard. It's also relatively non-porous so it takes paint really well. And it doesn't degrade over time like baker's clay or salt clay does

"Cold porcelain" clay - elmers, cornstarch, mineral oil, and lemon juice. Air drys, lasts longer than salt dough. Hmmmmm......make it before a class, and bring directions, or make it IN the class?

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