I found the polymer clay medium in the late 80’s. I knew of a similar product that only came in white when I was in elementary school, and after having an idea to make a sculptural brooch series; off I went to the local craft store in search of this oven baked clay. After arriving in the store and requesting this clay I was told that they no longer carried it, but they had “FIMO”. Well, I asked what it was and to show me the product…much to my surprise it now came in colors! Although there were no publications on the product other than a leaflet, I spent my last $20 and off I went.
I was inspired by Marie & Howard Segal at a show and watched with amazement how Marie manipulated this medium and I was no longer in the dark and unafraid. My life has not been the same since, the clay and I soon developed a rapport and by the end of the sixth month of discovery I thought I’d re-invented the wheel when I figured out that the design reduces within the clay roll or “cane.”
Although my clay choices have changed throughout the last 18 years today I enjoy mostly Kato Poly-clay, and the excitement has kept its momentum for me.
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Are you searching for a unique piece to adorn yourself with and aren’t really in to making jewelry? That’s fine because I am and am delighted to create a piece just for you. Turn around time is quick so go ahead start shopping the bead selections and you are on your way to getting that bracelet, earring or pendant created just for you!
Begin by Selecting your Klew bead
- Select a Bracelet, Earring or a Pendant
(choose which style of earring or pendant)
- Select your metal tone
- Select your size if it’s a bracelet
- Klew does the rest by bringing out the best qualities of the bead with the perfect colors as accents
- the additional cost will be added to the cost of the bead in the cart
FROM OUR BLOG...
Tiny little ropes to decorate your next beady project! An easy and quick way to create the striped block for polymer clay decorations of any type! Created by Klewread more
For polymer clay artists, your hands are your most important tool. Klew and Sarah Shriver demonstrate how to take care.read more
Call and I'll customize a class for you then we'll add more to join in! I'm happy to show you around my studio and give you a demo too!
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