Puffy Little Things ~ cute craft ideas for a big world ~: Homemade Cold Porcelain Clay

Homemade Cold Porcelain Clay - Best tutorial I've ever seen on this. Aly: saved partly just so I remember the phrase "cold porcelain clay.

You can make this clay in a microwave, or cook it in a pot on the stove. There are some tutorials on YouTube demonstrating the stove method.   1 cup (240ml) of cornstarch/ corn flour 1 cup (240ml) of PVA glue (school grade white glue, any brand would do) 2 tablespoons of vinegar/ lemon juice/ lime juice 2 tablespoons of baby oil/ cooking oil Lotion

Homemade Cold Porcelain Clay- 1 cup of cornstarch/ corn cup PVA glue (school grade white glue, any brand would tablespoons of vinegar/ lemon juice/ lime tablespoons of baby oil/ cooking oil

Modeling Clay you will need: 2 Cups of Baking Soda 1 Cup of Corn Starch  1& 1/2 Cups of Cold Water

This homemade clay recipe only takes two ingredients and 10 minutes! 2 Cups of Baking Soda, 1 Cup of Corn Starch, 1 Cups of Cold Water. it is so much cheaper than the store bought model magic! Air dries and can be painted.

Sculpey is the name brand of a popular type of polymer clay. Polymer clay is pliable and hardens when baked in an oven. A kiln is not required. This clay can hold an impression and can be cut, shaped, wrapped, stenciled and painted. Food coloring or dye can be added while kneading the clay. Sculpey clay projects could be jewelry, dolls, 3-D...

Sculpey is the name brand of a popular type of polymer clay. Polymer clay is pliable and hardens when baked in an oven. A kiln is not required. This clay can hold an impression and can be cut, shaped, wrapped, stenciled and painted. Food coloring or dye c

polymère pendentif vert noir texture nuance forme originale

Inspiration pendant made with polymer clay (abstract, color and texture contrast)

How to make craft porcelain - oh, the cute things we can make! #spritequeen

Homemade Cold Porcelain Clay 1 cup of cornstarch/ corn flour 1 cup of PVA glue (school grade white glue, any brand would do) 2 tablespoons of vinegar/ lemon juice/ lime juice 2 tablespoons of baby oil/ cooking oil Lotion

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