Looking for supplies for the projects in Polymer Clay 101? Try these resources:
- Polymer Clay Express: Kemper cutters, ShadeTex texture plates, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Ranger embossing powders, Pearl Ex powders, Speedball carving tools, Marxit, heat embossing tools, punches, CD tins, business card cases
- The Clay Alley: Kemper cutters, ShadeTex texture plates, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Marxit
- Boston Craftworks: Business card cases, clock kits, Amazing Twist Pens, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Pearl Ex Powders
- Makin’s Clay: Clay extruder
- Alumilite: Amazing Mold Putty
- Lisa Pavelka: Magic-Glos UV resin, UV Cure Lights
Studio by Sculpey,and Premo products and tools (More info on Studio by Sculpey here)
- Dover Publications: Royalty-free image books, including Merian’s Antique Botanical Prints and Full-Color Old-Time Label Art, which contain the images used in the Artist Trading Card projects
More Sites of Interest
- Polymer Clay 101 Reader Projects: Were you inspired by Polymer Clay 101? We would love to see your creations! Upload your photo(s) to our Flickr group.
- International Polymer Clay Association: Find local polymer clay guilds and information for polymer clay artists
- Polymer Clay Daily: Get inspired by the artistic possibilities of polymer clay
- Flickr: Looking for images to use for image transfers? Some Flickr users offer their photos under Creative Commons licenses (check the license type to make sure it matches your desired use - i.e., personal vs. commercial). The Library of Congress also offers many public domain photos on their Flickr photostream, though they advise you to check individual photos to verify there are no restrictions.
- Swap-Bot: Join swaps for Artist Trading Cards and more