Need help with polymer clay?

In search of polymer clay inspiration?

Do you want simple, easy to apply tricks to get your creative juices flowing?

You’re at the right place!

And it’s the perfect time to enroll in our “11 Ways to Make and Use Molds with Polymer Clay” free mini-course!

Use these 11 techniques to add more interest to your polymer clay pieces

Use these techniques to add a 3D effect to your polymer clay jewelry pieces

Get inspired to create more using polymer clay and thus be more productive

Your polymer clay related questions answered in less than 48 h

Our instructor

Our instructor is as passionate about polymer clay as you are. She loves sharing her polymer clay insights with all the clayers that  want more inspiration for their work. She loves making things easier to understand and easier to apply. She’s here to teach you, inspire you and make your work with polymer clay be a joyful process. 

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Thank you for all of the inspirational tutorials!

I love this! The pairing of the ammonite and the squiggly bent ballpins is very cool. I think this is my favorite in the series. Thank you for all of the inspirational tutorials!

Faux Enamel Polymer Clay Tutorial

Thanks for the inspiration!

What a beautiful bracelet!! Thanks for the inspiration, Mihaela!


What a lovely idea! Turned out great - thank you so much for sharing your idea with us. Super!!!

Chameleon polymer clay tutorial

Thanks for sharing!

I see many possibilities for this technique Thanks for sharing your talents and creativity, Mihaela!

Share the inspiration with other polymer clay lovers!

Class Curriculum

 LESSON 1 – How to use buttons to make polymer clay molded stamps
LESSON 2 – How to make texture rollers using polymer clay
LESSON 3 – How to make texture plates using polymer clay
LESSON 4 – How to use stamp molding to achieve a 3D effect
LESSON 5 How to use molding to make beautiful cabochons
 LESSON 6 An easy technique to mold faces using polymer clay
 LESSON 7 How to mold the front and the back of an interesting focal
 LESSON 8 How to make mini stamps using polymer clay
 LESSON 9 How to use silicone molds with polymer clay
 LESSON 10 How to use double sided molds to make beautiful roses
LESSON 11 Liquid clay and silicone molds Magic tricks
 Bonus Project


This is an email course spread out on 11 days so that you’ll have the time to digest and implement the techniques taught.

What to expect?

– you’ll learn 11 ways in which you can make and use molds with polymer clay – including silicone molds (and I hope to even surprise you with some of my ideas)

– you’ll be inspired to use the molding process to make tools that will make your work with polymer clay a joyful exploration of possibilities

– this mini-course will get your creative juices flowing and encourage you to make new and unique clay designs (using the molding techniques or the inspiration related to using silicone molds)

I strongly encourage you to use scrap clay to make the polymer clay molds. This would be a great way to use up your scrap to make helpful

I strongly encourage you as well to tweak the molded designs and really make them look as you want them to look.

A little secret: All those who finish this short mini-course, will receive a bonus video with a never released before tutorial presenting the full process of turning an idea into a piece of jewelry (using one of these techniques).

Enroll now and let’s get started!

Are molds a good idea?

YES  Molds will allow you to make more elaborate pieces using polymer clay with the wow factor even if you don’t normally sculpt polymer clay 

YES Molds are a great way to get your creative juices flowing and get over any creative block any clayer might face

NO Using molds doesn’t mean you’re copying, consider using molds as a starting point to create an unique polymer clay piece in the end 



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