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February 19, 2015
Polymer Clay Charms

Good morning!
Last Summer I purchased the book Clay Charms by KLUTZ. I found a copy at Joann's and used the 50% off coupon, I think the final price was around $11. This is a great book for a beginner crafter that does not have the tools and ingredients for creating clay charms. Inside the book is a variety of clay, eye pins, glaze, a detailed book....etc etc. Last night my kids and I used the Sculpey Mold Maker to create cupcake molds. This is a cheaper version of the Amazing Mold Putty. We each made our own cupcake mold, above you can see the cupcake I made using the mold. I found a few videos on youtube about creating molds for polymer clay. I purchased a little bag of mini-Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and used a cup to create my cupcake mold. I am going to try other items to try and create an even smaller cupcake mold in the future. 
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