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Teddy bears in arcilla polimérica por kaskabel malva.

Teddy bears in arcilla polimérica por kaskabel malva.

DIY Cold Porcelain Clay, no cook. Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon

DIY Cold Porcelain Clay: Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon

This air drying clay is referred to as cold porcelain because it dries to resemble real porcelain. But unlike polymer clay, it's non-toxic and does not need to be cooked or cured. A favorite of many artists, cold porcelain allows you to create very intricate pieces as you can add delicate details to your sculpture. How to make it here: http://www.ehow.com/how_7162349_make-sculpey-clay.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

How to Make Porcelain Clay (to Use for Making Beautiful Art

This air drying clay is referred to as cold porcelain because it dries to resemble real porcelain. But unlike polymer clay, it's non-toxic and does not need to be cooked or cured.

Use a Plastic Syringe as a Polymer Clay Extruder!

Use a Plastic Syringe as a Polymer Clay Extruder!

No cooking Cold Porcelain tutorial - YouTube   Recipe: 1-1/4 cups corn starch, 8 ounces generic school glue, 2 tbsp baby oil and 2 tbsp lemon juice.

Recipe: cups corn starch, 8 ounces generic school glue, 2 tbsp baby oil and 2 tbsp lemon juice.

How to make cold porcelain by ArtefiorNantiako on deviantART

Recipe to make cold porcelain. Colors First you can color it with white paint when you are cooking the paste. Just add 1 teasppon of white acrylic or oil paint into.

FREE TUTORIAL: Polymer clay Brooch with copper wire. It has an effect similar to that of enamel. / Брошь "Осенний лист" из полимерной глины, проволоки и пудры

FREE TUTORIAL (Russian): Polymer clay Brooch with copper wire. It has an effect similar to that of enamel. -- I would love to make these earrings instead!

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