“In late 2005, while looking for beads for my new line of garments, I came across some beads made from colourful material. Its eye-catching colours and complicated patterns intrigued me. I decided to research more about this medium, I was hooked on to Polymer Clay from that day onwards.”

Polymer Clay is, a pliable, blendable and truly versatile polymer compound. It's not a true clay - Clay is fine particles of silicate suspended in water which cures at extremely high temperature. Whereas Polymer Clay is fine particles of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) suspended in plasticiser and these plasticiser evaporate at certain low temperature and the PVC particles hardens thus curing the clay in the process.

What makes Polymer Clay special is its versatility. It comes in many different colours and you can also blend clay together to make your own colours. It is perfect for sculpting, creating beads, jewellery, imitating semi precious stones, covering items or combining it with materials like wire, beads, glass wood , metal and much more.
 
 
 
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