Baking Polymer Clay

(9 customer reviews)

USD $10.00

In this class, get the real scoop on the tricky problem of baking polymer clay. Learn about baking times, temperatures, types of ovens, and baking supports. If you’ve ever struggled with breakage, burning, or just not being sure if you’re doing it right, this is the course for you. It’s all here.

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Upon purchase, you’ll immediately be granted access to the Baking Polymer Clay class. The confusing (and often contradictory) advice you might have received from groups and videos is set straight and explained clearly in this step-by-step format. The class is self-paced and designed to bring you the information you need to determine the best way to bake or cure your polymer clay projects.

9 reviews for Baking Polymer Clay

  1. Pranjali Karve

    This tutorial is really thorough and covers all the aspects of baking and curing. Its highly recommended for anyone doing polymer clay art. I follow all thebluebottletree posts on Instagram eagerly. The tricks, tips and resources are amazing. Thank you so much for this Ginger.

  2. Alex

    I’ve been working with polymer clay off and on since 2012, but something I realised after going through this course was that I never baked it properly. At least never hot enough, since I always baked it for long enough. I am also using an oven thermometer now to make sure my temperature is accurate.

    I always kept feeling like my Super Sculpey blend of 1/4 firm to 3/4 original should have been stronger and less brittle than it actually was, but I kept blaming the clay, rather than myself for not baking it thoroughly. The last two pieces I baked since taking this class are very strong in comparison and have broadened quite a bit the range of work I can do with this ‘newfound’ cured clay strength.

  3. Deborah E Goodrow

    Baking/Curing is probably the MOST important part of your polymer clay creation. No matter how beautiful you make it, if it is not baked properly, it’s going to be fragile and brittle. This tutorial goes over everything you need to know to get it right. I absolutely trust Ginger for accurate, researched information. Every one of her tutorials are an excellent value!

  4. Natalie

    I’ve been working with polymer clay for nearly 30 years but I still had the occasional project come out discolored or under-cured. I learned so much from this tutorial! A few changes to my process and understanding temperature and how to manage it have been complete game-changers. The finished results are strong and the colors are true.

  5. Robyn Allan

    Thanks Ginger that was very informative. I’ve picked up using polymer clay after many years break and this has made a big difference. In fact if only I had read before purchasing the cheap little oven, whose thermostat is outrageously off! I’ll be looking at polishing next 🙂 I love your thoroughness and dedication to testing. It’s starting to rub off on me I think

  6. Susan

    Unmissable tips, even for experienced clayers!

  7. CARLA HEISTEN

    I have been baking small projects for a long time, but created a larger one that I knew would need the big oven to complete. I am glad I got the tutorial so that I had confidence that all the work on the parts wasn’t ruined when I assembled them and did the big bake! The tute gave me all the info I needed to be secure in my methodology. BBT tutes are always absolutely great! Ginger is one smart cookie!

  8. amandine nabarra

    This tutorial will save you a lot of time and headaches if you’re just starting. Ginger is always testing and improving her knowledge which makes her tutorials informative and to the point. A very reasonable investment that will get you started on the right foot.

  9. margaret macaulay

    I am so glad I purchased this tutorial! I was a bit apprehensive about working with polymer clay and the “health and safety” concerns (myths?). After reading the “Baking Polymer Clay” tutorial, I’m confident that this is a medium that is safe and easy to work with. The tutorial is full of invaluable information about the correct way to work with the polymer clay and a reassuring ‘troubleshooting’ section that explains why and/or how things can/might go wrong. Highly recommended!

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