The votes are all counted and the November 2016 Polymer Clay Central Challenge, the last of this year and sponsored by our great friends at Sculpey Products, is over! Congratulations to the three winners, and thanks to all of the contestants for sharing their projects with PCC during this busy season! Click here to see if your favorite won!
We're back and it's time to get ready for the January 2017 PCC Challenge! Check here for the themes, rules and entry submission form and take a chance on great prizes from our sponsor Sculpey Products!
PLAN AHEAD - All 2017 PCC Challenge Themes!
(Keep watching for new additions)
PCC Throwback - From the PCC Archives!
Another cool Holiday offering by Leigh Ross, from 1998, that combines polymer clay and rubber stamps and creates some beautiful hanging ornaments! Click here!
Here's a wonderful Snowflake Onament project from Leigh Ross, first seen in 2006, that will give you lots of ideas for your Holiday decorations!
Here's a detailed and imaginative exploration of the Rainbow Skinner Blend by Leigh Ross. Originally posted in 2000, it's still a fascinating study of this technique and the ways to use it!
Join us for this look back at the early days of Polymer Clay and PCC, when the Internet Clay Swaps were hugely popular, and one of the most exciting features of the original Polymer Clay Central! Click here to see these pages that have not been seen since 1998.
Calling All Polymer Clay Teachers!!!!!
Polymer Clay Central is beginning a new feature - a database and Internet listing of polymer clay teachers from all over the world. The hope of this project is that it will make it much easier for prospective students to be able to find teachers in their geographic areas who can provide the level of instruction they need. Teachers, fill out the easy online form, upload pictures illustrating your classes or your work, and your new Teachers Webpage will be added to the International Directory, making it easier for students and Guilds to find and contact you! Begin this project right here...
Now With Lists by State for the U.S. and by Country for International Teachers!!!
Would you like to be a part of Polymer Clay History? Then join us and add your tips and techniques to the Polymer Clay Cyclopedia, an ever growing collection of polymer clay information from around the world!
Just Added - New Color Recipes!
New for 11/20/2016!
We're happy to introduce a new feature at PCC - Foreign Language Lessons!
We just added a new Italian lesson translation by Cristina Nozzi - the 5 tutorials from Jenny's Faux Corner to join her Basic Clay Project!
We've added a new Greek lesson - The Feather Cane - to join the other Greek translations by Vicky Paschali... Natasha Technique, Angela's Autumn Leaf, the Basic Jelly Roll Cane, the Brain Cane, the TrueLEIGH Rose Cane, the Lace Cane, the Simple Leaf Ornament, and the Skinner Blend. The list is beginning to grow, and begins here! We're also looking for people to translate PCC lesson into other languages, so if you are interested please email Leigh or Stephen!
It's been awhile since we had an "official" PCC swap, but we're back with a BANG with the PCC Coaster Swap, hosted by Leigh Ross! Click here to see two pages of beautiful coasters made by a VERY talented group of swappers!
Check the PCC Guild Gazette for articles and photo shows from guild events, as well as the Regional and International Guild List, the Clayers Classified, and many other Guild links!
Have you ever had a special event at your Guild, or knew about a great Workshop coming up, or wanted to advertise a great Retreat, but didn't know where to go? Did you ever hear about a terrific event AFTER it was over? Well, PCC has come up with an answer for BOTH of these dilemnas, and we now offer the PCC Events Datebook! Here is a place where you can post about your upcoming events, or look to see if anything is happening in your area. It's easy - you just type it in, and it goes live within a few hours. So, click here to check it out and advertise YOUR special event!
PCC member DocSarah started a terrific discussion at the PCC Message Board asking the question in the tile above, and we received some inspiring responses. These were so fascinating that we wanted to share them will ALL our friends at the PCC Website, and give you all the chance to add your comments. Read them here and add your response!
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