Polyform's new website

Polyform's new website

Post by DABla » Wed, 29 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
 (Elliott) writes:       > http://www.sculpey.com . . .
>The web site has . . . , a kids section, down-loadable project pages, and a

very >complete technical section with a searchable database for answers to
questions >and problems.

Hi and thanks for posting about this.  I hadn't noticed it before.

Are the links you're requesting for the Gallery pages open only to work using
Polyform products or to anyone using polymer clay?

(There is some good info on making checkerboards, spirals, and a (good) flower
cane, as well as some info on covering items for newcomers to clay.  I'll add
your site to the info letter I send to anyone who shows up here and looks new.)

I hadn't known that there are now several colors of Glow In the Dark clay --do
they glow equally well? --I know the colored glow paints don't.   Also, is the
Sculpey Flex available now retail, or will it be?

How about adding our newsgroup to your "links"?   We are a great further
resource for people interested in all aspects of polymer clay.

Diane B.

 
 
 

Polyform's new website

Post by J J J Ja » Thu, 30 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
(DABlack) writes:
>I hadn't known that there are now several colors of Glow In the Dark clay
>--do
>they glow equally well? --I know the colored glow paints don't.

yes!!!  I have several colors that sit on my workspace and glow brightly after
the lights are turned out.
Jami Miller

 
 
 

Polyform's new website

Post by scott & iren » Thu, 30 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
> yes!!!  I have several colors that sit on my workspace and glow brightly
after
> the lights are turned out.
> Jami Miller

Sculpey or Premo?  And do they glow in different colors?

Irene in NC
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