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Sculpey U features in-depth instructions from experienced polymer clay artists. A printable instruction sheet and shopping list makes it easy to get started and follow along. At Sculpey U, we cover popular topics that are helpful to all skill levels.

Premo! Sculpey Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Traditional Slab Lozenge Box

The Premo! Sculpey Mokume-Gane Traditional Slab as described in the video instruction Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Traditional Slab Method. The slab pictured in this instruction was made using Premo! Sculpey Burnt Umber, Wasabi, Turquoise, Sunset Pearl, Cadmium Yellow, and Orange. Design by Amy Koranek

Premo! Sculpey® Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern Ink Pen

Here’s a pen wrapping technique that will create a continuous seam around the pen which is less noticeable than a solid line seam going down one side. Use the Premo! Sculpey Planned Pattern Mokume-Gane scrap sheet as described in the Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern instruction. My sheet in this printed instruction was made using

Premo! Sculpey Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern Mint Box

For this project you will need a Planned Pattern Mokume-Gane sheet 1/8” thick as described in the instruction Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern Sheet. In my sample I used Premo! Graphite Pearl, Peacock Pearl, Sunset Pearl, and Bright Green Pearl. Some parts of the box may show when the project is complete so choose colors

Premo! Sculpey Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern Ring Bowl

For this project you will need a 4” X 4” Planned Pattern Mokume-Gane sheet 3/16”-1/4” thick as described in the instruction Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Planned Pattern Sheet Designed by Amy Koranek

Premo! Sculpey Planned Pattern Sheet

The patterned sheet can be made with anything that creates a textured pattern. Texture sheets and rubber stamps work well. This technique is best if applied to a thin sheet of layered colors instead of a thick slab as in the traditional method.

premo! Sculpey Mokume-Gane Patterned Match Box

For this project you will need a Patterned Mokume-Gane sheet as described in the instruction Sculpey University Mokume-Gane Patterned Sheet and Scupey Liquid Sculpey in Silver Designed by Amy Koranek

Premo! Sculpey Mokume-Gane Patterned Sheet Technique

The patterned sheet can be made with anything that creates a textured pattern. Texture sheets and rubber stamps work well. This technique is best if applied to a thin sheet of layered colors instead of a thick slab as in the traditional method. Design by  Amy Koranek

Premo! Accents Fall Colors Wine Collar

Complete your Fall Colors table motif with these lovely rustic wine bottle collars.  This collar is also perfect to add to a Guest Gift bottle of wine if you are dining with friends as well! Designed by Amy Koranek   The clay colors and marbled clay are described in the Premo! Accents Fall Colors Sheet

Premo! Accents Fall Colors Placecard Holder

The elegance of nature is highlighted with these beautiful Fall placecard holders for that special dinner. Designed by Amy Koranek Clay colors and marbled clay are detailed in Premo! Accents Fall Colors Sheet. Premo! Burnt Umber has been added to this project as well.

Premo! Accents Fall Colors Napkin Ring

Set the table and follow a colorful theme with these clever (and quick!) napkin rings Designed by Amy Koranek Note: Use the Fall Colors Sheet for clay colors and directions on creating the marbled sheets of clay

Premo! Accents Fall Centerpiece

Designed by Amy Koranek I’ve used the colors and mix technique shown on the Premo! Accents Fall Colors Sheet – but feel free to use your own colors! CLAYS: See the Premo! Sculpey Accents Fall Colors Sheet Designer’s Note: I would usually never use hot glue with polymer. Hot glue tends to not make a good

Premo! Accents Fall Colors Sheet

Designed by Amy Koranek Make this fall colors sheet to use for each of your decorative pieces. Feel free to substitute your favorite fall colors. The colors I chose are all from the Accents line so they have a sheen to them that adds a lovely shine.

Mixed Media Collage – Creating the Design

The fun of mixed media can be in combining different art materials that you might not ordinarily put together. In this collage project, I have the opportunity to use up some craft materials that I’ve accumulated to create a mixed media piece with polymer clay as the focal piece. I hope that you can be

Mixed Media Collage – Introduction

The fun of mixed media can be in combining different art materials that you might not ordinarily put together. In this collage project, I have the opportunity to use up some craft materials that I’ve accumulated to create a mixed media piece with polymer clay as the focal piece. I hope that you can be

Mixed Media Collage Wall Hanging – Creating the Background

The fun of mixed media can be in combining different art materials that you might not ordinarily put together. In this collage project, I have the opportunity to use up some craft materials that I’ve accumulated to create a mixed media piece with polymer clay as the focal piece. I hope that you can be

Surface Finishes Series – Part 8 – Creating a Meadow Pendant

Part Eight – Creating a Meadow Pendant This is the final part of an eight part series on Surface Finishes. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Use crystal-clear resin with baked polymer clay cane slices to make a pendant that looks like a meadow filled with daisies. Baking the slices first allows you to have different sizes of

Surface Finishes Series – Part 7 – Using Resin

Part Seven- Using Resin This is part seven of an eight part series on Surface Finishes. Video by Jenny Bezingue Create a thick, glasslike finish on your baked polymer clay projects with two-part jewelry resins. Learn about the different types of resin and see how to mix and apply it.

Surface Finishes Series – Part 6 – Sanding and Buffing

Part Six – Sanding and Buffing This is part six of an eight part series on Surface Finishes. Video by Jenny Bezingue Use sandpaper and and electric buffing machine to create a smooth, reflective surface on polymer clay. Find out how to prepare and use wet-dry sandpaper, and the proper process for using an electric buffing machine.

Surface Finishes Series – Part 5 – Glazing

Part Five- Glazing This is part five of an eight part series on Surface Finishes. Video by Jenny Bezingue Tips and techniques for choosing glazing brushes and applying Sculpey Gloss and Satin glazes.

Surface Finishes Series Part 4 – Creating a Gift Jar

Part Four – Creating a Gift Jar This is part four of an eight part series on Surface Finishes. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Give your gifts in decorated canning jars. The recipients will think of you again and again when they reuse the jars for candy or snacks. The technique is simple. Highlight textured clay with applied

Surface Techniques Series- Part 7- Creating a Notebook

Part Seven – Creating a Notebook This is the final of a seven part series on Surface Techniques. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Use what you learned in Part 6 of this series to create this unique notebook. Composition leaf is crackled on the front cover, and the inside covers used a leached clay crackle

Surface Techniques Series- Part 6- Surface Crackling

Part Six – Surface Crackling This is Part Six of a seven part series on Surface Techniques. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Learn about composition leaf, how to apply it to polymer clay, and how to achieve various crackling patterns. The second half explains how to create a paper-thin sheet of leached clay that crackles when

Surface Techniques Series- Part 4- Antiquing With Paint

Part Four – Antiquing With Paint This is Part Four of a seven part series on Surface Techniques. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Antiquing brings out the beauty of a textured polymer clay surface. Learn which paints work best and how to apply them to a polymer clay surface.