Polymer clay is a type of modelling clay made from vinyl and there are limitless ways in which it can be used. It is available in a wide range of colours that can be combined to create an unlimited palette. Polymer clay can be custom-blended with metal powders to create unique effects. Over the years the synthetic material has developed as an ideal medium for arts and crafts. It is great for crafting because it can be easily manipulated as it is soft. Due to its versatile nature it can be used to mold it into any shape and form like beads, earrings, jewellery etc.
While purchasing polymer clay one needs to choose a high-quality brand that is apt for making jewellery. The clay needs to be soft enough to make it easy to work with hands and firm enough to be able to have a grip for the details of the earring or any other jewellery designs. Despite its soft texture it does become hard once it is baked. It does not need the high heat of a kiln the kitchen oven is just fine. Polymer clay does not dry out and the extra clay can be stored to be reused for another time. It can be customised to create pieces of jewellery to match any coloured outfits. Polymer clay also serves the purpose of sustainability and due to its flexibility, it is easy to work with the material to create attractive pieces of jewellery at fairly low costs.
Polymer Clay has grown in popularity among students, hobbyists, artists and manufacturers. The combination of traditional techniques with modern ways of working result in varied styles of jewellery pieces. Learn about using this medium in the 1year Diploma in Fine Jewellery Design at one of the best jewellery designing institutes in Bangalore.
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