Awhile ago I shared an excellent video comparison of the Makin’s and Walnut Hollow extruders for polymer clay, done by Cindy Lietz of Polymer Clay Tutor. She did an excellent job of comparing the two brands (I’d never used Walnut Hollow) and it rekindled my interest in polymer clay. (I love polymer clay and used to teach local classes.)
But THEN, Cindy did a review of some of the polymer clay extruder discs (also called dies) you can put IN an extruder to make different shapes! The ones from Cynthia Tinapple offer designs such as holly leaves, polka dots, and some pretty flowers.
In the spirit of not recreating the wheel, I’m sharing Cindy Lietz’ video of the review. She does a great job of explaining the product and sharing some tips for cutting thin slices at the end of the video, too!
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Now….of to do some claying!
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