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    Default Homemade Polymer Clay recipe

    Found this today on Pinterest and thought some of you might be interested. Whatever it takes to keep costs down, right?

    http://thenewnew.blogspot.com/2011/0...ymer-clay.html
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    That's great! I have been going through fimo like crazy lately.

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    Thank you so much for sharing that!
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    Thank you!!!

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    Thank you for sharing this! I'm definitely going to give this a try.

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    OMG THAT'S AWESOME! The best part is I have that stuff in my house already!!
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    I'm really excited I stumbled upon this. Has anyone tried it? Is it very hard? Does it really take 2-3 days to dry? is it porous? take a lot of paint? YAY!
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    How many lbs does this make, anyone know? Does it have to air dry?
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    My daughter and I made this a few weeks ago and it works great but dries out really quickly. We made little charms for her bracelet. Make sure to keep the clay you are not using wrapped tightly. I used water to wet my fingertips while working to help keep flexibility. This is called cold porcelain and there are tons of tutorials on youtube. It made about 1-2 cups of clay maybe. Dries really hard and can be painted or tinted with craft paint. It air dries in about a day or two depending on how thick your project is.

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    Thank you! I'll definatly be using this for my projects
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