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Polymer clay, a form of hardened modeling clay. The matter contains no clay minerals, though like mineral clay, absorbs liquid to form gel-like working properties. Primarily used for arts and crafts, the material is widely used by artists, the feature of many artworks featured in major museums.
Get hands-on and express yourself in a Polymer Clay Jewellery Making workshop with ‘Own Sweet Time’ founder Nadine Sharpe. Creator and wearer of the contemporary polymer clay, resin and rope jewellery. Nadine, a fan of big statement jewellery trusts in the merit of big, beautiful necklaces to doll up an otherwise simple outfit. In her workshop, creatives alike will marvel at the simplicity yet boldness of polymer clay jewellery, each piece an opportunity for the individuality to shine.