40 Best Polymer Clay Blogs and Websites in 2024

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Here are 40 Best Polymer Clay Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. The Blue Bottle Tree

The Blue Bottle Tree The Blue Bottle Tree website has hundreds of articles about all aspects of working with polymer clay, including how to bake it, whether or not you need to seal it, and what tools need to be used with it. You'll find articles valuable for clayers at all levels from absolute beginner to seasoned professional.
Blog thebluebottletree.com
Facebook Followers 9.6KTwitter Followers 623 Frequency 2 posts / week Domain Authority 41 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. Clay-It-Now.com

Clay-It-Now.com Clay-It-Now.com is your clay art and craft ideas center for beginners and all levels with clay model tutorials.It lets you know when new clay design, ideas, creations, updates and free clay model tutorials.
Blog clay-it-now.com
Facebook Followers 1.7KTwitter Followers 20 Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 18 Get Email Contact

3. Keepsake Crafts | Polymer Clay

Keepsake Crafts | Polymer Clay KeepsakeCrafts has Creative Tutorials That Inspire. If you are a creative person you'll love my weekly jewelry & polymer clay projects designed to inspire you to create and try new techniques.
Blog keepsakecrafts.net
Facebook Followers 1.6KInstagram Followers 1.7K Frequency 6 posts / year Domain Authority 31 Get Email Contact

4. Tooaquarius - Polymer Clay Beads

Tooaquarius - Polymer Clay Beads Elaine spend a lot of my days playing with clay. My clay of choice is polymer clay, an oven bake clay, although I love ceramic and air drying clays as well. Polymer clay comes in all sorts of colours, mixes like paints, stays usable for years, can be used for everything from jewellery to whimsical critters to prototyping manufacturing parts.
Blog tooaquarius.com
Facebook Followers 530Twitter Followers 1.5K Frequency 2 posts / month Domain Authority 26 Get Email Contact

5. 2 Good Claymates

2 Good Claymates I am Carolyn Good and my hubby is Dave Good and we are also best friends -- or more like 'soul' mates. My passion is creating with polymer clay and Dave helps with some of the finishing details. We love to create unique one of a kind wearable art pieces, beads, buttons and more.
Blog 2goodclaymates.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 1.2KTwitter Followers 250 Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 26 Get Email Contact

6. Fulgorine

Fulgorine I am originally from South Africa, but I have been living in the UK for nearly half my life. I have always loved making things, and have tried several mediums over the years; traditional painting and drawing, stained glass, digital work and most recently polymer clay.
Blog fulgorine.wordpress.com
Facebook Followers 1.3KTwitter Followers 305Instagram Followers 387 Frequency 4 posts / quarter Domain Authority 24 Get Email Contact

7. Shades of Clay | The Art of My Clay

Shades of Clay | The Art of My Clay Shades of Clay, a Canadian supplier of unique and inspiring art supplies. We specialize in Polymer Clay, Alcohol Ink, Mixed Media and Jewelry supplies. We were a founding member of the Southern Ontario Polymer Clay Guild and are a member of the Craft and Hobby Association.
Blog shadesofclay.com
Facebook Followers 2K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 27 Get Email Contact

8. Joan Tayler Design

Joan Tayler Design Joan Tayler specializes in functional polymer clay art. Joan has worked in many art mediums and as a graphic designer. She fell in love with polymer clay because of its versatility and because it allows her to make original art that is in everyone's reach
Blog joantayler.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 806Twitter Followers 27 Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 20 Get Email Contact

9. Debbie Crothers

Debbie Crothers The blog of polymer clay Artist & Instructor Debbie Crothers. See what Deb gets up to in her Geraldton Studio, creating amazing polymer clay jewellery
Blog debbiecrothers.com
Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 19 Get Email Contact

10. Polymer Clay TV & Polymer Clay Productions

Polymer Clay TV & Polymer Clay Productions Polymer Clay TV came out of a partnership of two crafty women, Ilysa Ginsburg & Kira Slye. Ilysa & Kira have worked together since 2006 when they met online when they formed the Polymer Clay Artists Guild of Etsy (PCAGOE). Polymer Clay TV was born from this and is still going strong after 7 years.
Blog polymerclayproductions.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 9.2K Frequency 5 posts / year Domain Authority 19 Get Email Contact

11. CraftGossip | Polymer Clay

CraftGossip | Polymer Clay Polymer Clay blog is about fimo and clay tips and tutorials. CraftGossip covers news written by craft people telling you about all the good stuff. We scour the net looking for the best craft ideas and projects and review them for you. We have divided this blog into many sub-blogs, covering topics ranging from knitting, crochet, bath & body, jewelry making, scrapbooking, sewing crafts etc.
Blog polymerclay.craftgossip.com
Facebook Followers 373.1KTwitter Followers 92.1K Domain Authority 59 Get Email Contact

12. Polymer Clay Daily

Polymer Clay Daily My name is Cynthia Tinapple and I have been blogging daily here at PolymerClayDaily.com since 2005. I've been into polymer art for over 20 years. Now retired, I have even more time to grow and develop this global community. I'm a connoisseur and collector of polymer art.
Blog polymerclaydaily.com
Facebook Followers 39.9KTwitter Followers 1.8KInstagram Followers 4.1K Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 39 Get Email Contact

13. The Polymer Arts

The Polymer Arts The Polymer Arts is an informational magazine, not a how-to/tutorial magazine. It is polymer clay artist's magazine with articles on polymer clay design, techniques, tutorials, selling, events, and the life & craft of polymer clay artists with galleries, interviews, resources & more.
Blog thepolymerarts.com
Facebook Followers 20.3KTwitter Followers 1.2K Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 30 Get Email Contact

14. Polymer Clay Tutor

Polymer Clay Tutor Cindy Lietz is passionate about polymer clay beads & handmade jewelry. She is absolutely crazy about polymer clay. For over fifteen years now, she have been working with and have taught many different mediums including acrylic painting, children's art murals, painted glass, glass tile mosaics, punched tin, making handmade paper, scrapbooking, beaded jewelry.
Blog beadsandbeading.com
Facebook Followers 17.2KTwitter Followers 6.7K Domain Authority 32 Get Email Contact

15. Kater's Acres

Kater's Acres KatersAcres.com is a polymer clay company run by Katie Oskin. We specialize in whimsical character and personality driven sculpting. We believe in taking beginner polymer clay hobbyists and transforming them into ARTISTS through our tutorials (both free and paid), blog, and website.
Blog katersacres.com
Facebook Followers 5.6KTwitter Followers 1.7KInstagram Followers 2.4K Frequency 7 posts / year Domain Authority 31 Get Email Contact

16. Polymer Clay Workshop

Polymer Clay Workshop My name is Meg. I live in absolute wonder of being alive! I have an inexplicable passion for colors and patterns. I love inventing new polymer clay cane techniques and sharing them with people all over the world.
Blog polymerclayworkshop.com
Facebook Followers 28.9KInstagram Followers 151.6K Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 28 Get Email Contact

17. Stephanie Kilgast

Stephanie Kilgast Inspired by natural forms, Stéphanie Kilgast grows colorful organic sculptures on abstract backgrounds, celebrating the beauty of nature and opposing it with abstraction, often a metaphor for the brutal impact of human activities on Earth's biodiversity. She is a mixed media artist with a penchant for polymer clay.
Blog petitplat.fr
Facebook Followers 100.6KTwitter Followers 1.5KInstagram Followers 195K Domain Authority 44 Get Email Contact

18. Makingfairies

Makingfairies My name is Apryl Jensen and I've lived in the Rocky Mountain area of Utah most of my life.My main sculpting medium has been polymer clay, though I occasionally work with Apoxy Sculpt and air-dry clays. I love sculpting fantasy figures, and I like to keep my characters very life like, making the fantasy as close to reality as I can convey. I love the human body and its many beautiful nuances.
Blog makingfairies.com
Facebook Followers 8.8KTwitter Followers 2.1K Frequency 4 posts / year Domain Authority 29 Get Email Contact

19. Paisley Lizard

Paisley Lizard Paisley Lizard is a blog about adventures in jewelry designs, techniques, and materials, focused on beads, wire, and polymer clay. Tammy also create keepsake boxes, ornaments, and other home decor items using polymer clay and mixed media techniques.
Blog paisleylizard.com
Facebook Followers 627Twitter Followers 129 Domain Authority 28 Get Email Contact

20. Tina Holden's Beadcomber | Polymer Clay Bytes

Tina Holden's Beadcomber | Polymer Clay Bytes Polymer clay and Handmade Jewelry creations, Tutorials and eye candy.
Blog beadcomber.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 2.9K Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

21. Mosebacke Horse Sculptures

Mosebacke Horse Sculptures EvaMarie Törnström lives in Mosebacke. She comes from a family of artists and has always been practising art, has always been encouraged and close to constructive criticism. Her ancestor Johan Törnström was one of Sweden's most well-known figurehead sculptors. Almost all her art is about horses. Through her art I want to show how beautiful and inspiring horses are.
Blog mosebackeord.se
Facebook Followers 348Twitter Followers 117 Domain Authority 13 Get Email Contact

22. British Polymer Clay Guild

British Polymer Clay Guild British Polymer Clay Guild is a non profit making organisation based in the UK, run by volunteers for members who are interested in learning and sharing tips & techniques about polymer clay. Formed in 1997, the Guild is open to all who are interested in polymer clay, from beginners to professionals. This include miniaturists, jewellery makers, sculptors and anyone else who works with polymer clay.
Blog bpcg.org.uk/blog
Facebook Followers 4KInstagram Followers 7.4K Domain Authority 20 Get Email Contact

23. White Gothic Studios

White Gothic Studios White Gothic Studios produces a line of push molds to make dolls and jewelry, as well as some other new products as well. Bringing the wonderful world of dollmaking to beginners who can get up and running in no time using easy-to-use push molds and polymer clay.
Blog whitegothic.com
Facebook Followers 99Twitter Followers 6 Domain Authority 17 Get Email Contact

24. Learn Polymer Clay

Learn Polymer Clay I'm Mihaela Georgescu. I am a Polymer Clay Teacher and a Jewelry Making Artist. I love to provide fresh inspiration, tips and tricks for your work with polymer clay. For me, polymer clay is like a magical clay. You can sculpt it, draw on it, stamp it, paint on it, make embossed impressions using textures, add inclusions, transfer images on it, etc.
Blog learnpolymerclay.blog
Facebook Followers 112Twitter Followers 8 Domain Authority 17 Get Email Contact

25. After The Monsoon

After The Monsoon Wendy Moore is an artist who is passionate about connecting people with their innate creativity. For over twenty years her primary medium has been polymer clay. She continues to learn more about its potential and am endlessly delighted by its possibilities in terms of colour, form, texture and function.
Blog afterthemonsoon.com
Facebook Followers 146 Frequency 10 posts / year Domain Authority 12 Get Email Contact

26. Aleah Klay Studio

Aleah Klay Studio I am a self taught artist. I've been messing around with all kinds of different mediums for as long as I can remember. I love creating mixed medium 3 dimensional pieces. Some of the materials I regularly use are polymer clays, fabric, acrylics, chalk pastels, fabric dye and paints, copic markers, Wire, leather, faux fur, mohair, viscose.
Blog aleahklay.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 2.3KTwitter Followers 83 Domain Authority 16 Get Email Contact

27. Meowness.net

Meowness.net The art and museings of ladymeow.
Blog meowness.net
Frequency 2 posts / year Domain Authority 9 Get Email Contact

28. JBDblog | Following The Fascination

JBDblog | Following The Fascination Ideas, experiments and creations. Art and design from JonBurgessDesign
Blog followingthefascination.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 491 Domain Authority 6 Get Email Contact

29. Hillovely

Hillovely My name is Hilla, I am married with two daughters. For more than 10 years I have been a polymer artist. In fact, I'am an art teacher (handiwork) but over the years my income came from other sources .lWelcome to my polymer clay world
Blog hillovelyenglish.blogspot.com
Facebook Followers 1.6K Domain Authority 6 Get Email Contact

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Ginger Davis Allmanthebluebottletree.com9
Creative Rachyyoutube.com9
Wendy Orlowskishadesofclay.com8
Katie Oskinkatersacres.com2
Polymer Clay Artistyoutube.com1
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