Course List

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.

Surface Techniques Series- Part 3- Using an Ink Pad to Stamp on Clay

Part Three – Using an Ink Pad to Stamp on Clay This is Part Three of a seven part series on Surface Techniques. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue Learn how to choose the right inkpads and how to stamp on clay. You also see how to complete the pendant project that was started in Part Two

Surface Techniques Series- Part 2- Texturing Using Stamps

Part Two – Texturing Using Stamps This is Part Two of a seven part series on Surface Techniques. Project and Video by Jenny Bezingue In this part, Jenny will show you how to stamp a texture into the clay surface without sticking.

Jewelry Basics Series- Part 6- Inlaid Pendant

Part Six- Inlaid Pendant This is the final part of a six part series on Jewelry Basics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Create a pendant and finish it off with a custom twisted loop.   Silkscreened Taj Mahal Pendant PDF

Jewelry Basics Series- Part 5- Taj Mahal Earrings

Part Five- Taj Mahal Earrings This is Part Five of a six part series on Jewelry Basics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Create earrings using jump rings & flat back posts!   Taj Mahal Earrings PDF

Jewelry Basics Series- Part 4- Finishing Earrings

Part Four- Finishing Earrings This is Part Four of a six part series on Jewelry Basics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek This video includes learning the simple loop and ear wire technique. Desiger’s Note: These simple earrings are constructed from the beads we made in the Sculpey University Jewelry Basics – Creating Opal Beads: premo!

Jewelry Basics Series- Part 3- Finishing a Bracelet

Part Three – Finishing a Bracelet  This is Part Three of a six part series on Jewelry Basics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Discover methods for using bead wire, crimping beads and a finishing loop and bar toggle. Designer’s Note: This simple bracelet is constructed from the beads we made in the Sculpey University Jewelry

Jewelry Basics Series- Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a six part series on Jewelry Basics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Learn methods to finish your jewelry, including valuable information on using our new premo! Accents Opal

Mosaic Series- Part 3- Creating a Mosaic Can, Using Curved Tiles

Part Three – Creating a Mosaic Can, Using Curved Tiles This is the final of a three part series on Mosaics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Note: The video that accompanies this instruction is not a step-by-step but an overview of how to cover a curved surface with a mosaic design. This process can

Mosaic Series- Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a three part series on Mosaics. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Learn to decorate and texture  polymer clay tiles so that you can arrange them to create a pleasing pattern on all types of vessels.    

Translucent Liquid Sculpey- Part 4- Glaze Technique and Glazed Tile Project

Part Four – Glaze Technique and Glazed Tile Project This is the final of a four part series on Translucent Liquid Sculpey projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Notes: TLS makes a nice glaze over solid polymer. Unlike thinner mediums, the TLS is thicker and will fill in gaps and small areas. Make sure

Translucent Liquid Sculpey- Part 3- Grout Technique

Part Three – Grout Technique  This is Part Three of a four part series on Translucent Liquid Sculpey projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Notes: This instruction is for using TLS as a grout. To start you’ll need a project already prepared to receive the grout. If making a box top like the

Translucent Liquid Sculpey- Part 2- Image Transfer Technique

Part Two – Image Transfer Technique  This is Part Two of a four part series on Translucent Liquid Sculpey projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Notes: The results for transferring images onto TLS can vary greatly. Please test papers and inks before deciding which ones work the best for you and for your

Translucent Liquid Sculpey- Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a four part series on Translucent Liquid Sculpey projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Did you know there are numerous ways to incorporate Translucent Liquid Sculpey into your projects? Watch and learn with us to make these amazing creations.    The Translucent Liquid Sculpey videos are

Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor Series- Part 4- Glass Vase

Part Four-Glass Vase This is the final part of a four part series on Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Note: Glass can be covered with polymer clay to achieve a super custom look. Since the clay will not bond with the glass, one method is to capture the

Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor Series- Part 3- Paper Mache Frame

Part Three- Paper Mache Frame  This is Part Three of a four part series on Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Note: Polymer clay can be adhered to porous surfaces with dried craft glue, several thin layers of glossy acrylic paint, a heat activated acrylic paint medium or extender,

Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor Series- Part 2- Wooden Tissue Box

Part Two- Wooden Tissue Box  This is Part Two of a four part series on Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Designer’s Note: Polymer clay can be adhered to porous surfaces with dried craft glue, several thin layers of glossy acrylic paint, a heat activated acrylic paint medium or extender,

Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor Series- Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a four part series on Sculpey Soufflé Home Decor projects. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Sculpey Souffle is perfect for home decor projects of all kinds! Watch and learn with us to make these amazing creations. 

premo! Creating Faux Wood, Abalone and Malachite – Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a six part series on Faux Wood, Abalone and Malachite. Project and Video by Amy Koranek In this series, you will learn how to create faux wood, abalone and malachite. You will then use those creations to make final projects of a Faux Wood Grain Book with Faux

premo! Faux Cinnabar and Jade- Part 4- Faux Cinnabar and Jade Pendant

Part Four – Faux Cinnabar and Jade Pendant This is the final part of a four part series on Faux Cinnabar and Jade. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Assemble your faux cinnabar and faux jade pieces together and tie them off with a Chinese Button Knot. If you’ve never tied a button knot, you may want

premo! Faux Cinnabar and Jade- Part 3- Faux Jade

Part Three – Faux Jade This is Part Three of a four part series on Faux Cinnabar and Jade. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Natural jade comes in a wide range of colors from almost white to dark green. Experiment with color combinations to get the shade you most recognize as jade.   SU6 Jade Bead

premo! Faux Cinnabar and Jade- Part 2- Faux Cinnabar Carved Bead

Part Two – Faux Cinnabar Carved Bead This is Part Two of a four part series on Faux Cinnabar and Jade. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Cinnabar and Chinese Red Lacquer are terms that are commonly intermixed. Both terms can refer to the ornately carved “China Red” objects of Asian design. This simple technique captures the

premo! Faux Cinnabar and Jade- Part 1- Introduction

Part One – Introduction  This is Part One of a four part series on Faux Cinnabar and Jade. Project and Video by Amy Koranek Create spectacular faux stones in this first of a four part course here at Sculpey U. It’s fun and rewarding to duplicate some of nature’s beauty.