Cernit is similar to the baked polymer clay (plastic) Fimo (FIMO) with its qualities, but Fimo is made in Germany. Cernit has such good qualities as Fimo as well. At the same time, Cernit has a lower price, which is very much important for large volumes used by craftsmen. Our website “Polymer clay ideas” features works made from this polymer clay mostly. On our YouTube channel, subscribers asked us to tell them about this brand of polymer clay, since there is not too much information about it in the USA. You will see a photo of each color from each series baked.
This is a recipe for transparent polymer clay which dries on its own in the air. It is great for sculpting berries and flowers. Also suitable for imitating glass jewelry. If you make jewelry, be sure to cover it with varnish, this will give water resistance and more transparency to the product. The main components of a transparent polymer clay recipe are EVA or PVA (polyvinyl acetate) glue, preferably EVA (white stationery glue). Since EVA is plastic in itself, there is no plasticizer in it, and plasticizer is not a healthy component for our health, especially when heated. In addition, EVA glue is more transparent than PVA glue.
The most important thing in the glue is that the polymer clay has to be as transparent as possible – high quality.
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On our site “Polymer clay ideas” collected a lot of detailed freetutorial on polymer clay, both in photo and video format. Also there are many photos of polymer clay ideas embodied by masters from around the world! That’s why our site called – “Polymer clay ideas”. Here you can find lots of ideas of creating from polymer clay earrings, bracelets, necklaces, beads, hair clips, namely, everything called jewelry, paintings, glasses, cups, figurines, dolls and many different ideas of decor made of polymer clay.