DIY Giant D&D D20 Dice Tutorial from Our Nerd Home. Thin cardboard i.e. cereal boxes and metalic spray paint. For chocolate D20 gaming dice and a D20 graham craker “house” go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/D&D

DIY Giant D&D D20 Dice Tutorial from Our Nerd Home. Thin cardboard i.e. cereal boxes and metalic spray paint. For chocolate D20 gaming dice and a D20 graham craker “house” go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/D&D

DIY Bucket Bag Tutorial from A Pair & A Spare here. This is a basic pattern that can be altered really easily. For more DIY bags of all kinds go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/bag

DIY Bucket Bag Tutorial from A Pair & A Spare here. This is a basic pattern that can be altered really easily. For more DIY bags of all kinds go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/bag

DIY Polymer Clay Faceted Metallic Ring Tutorial from Poppytalk here. For more polymer clay DIYs and tutorials go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/polymer-clay Polymer Clay

Safety Issues that I post all the time: 

  • Once a knife, unlined cookie sheet, rolling pin, or whatever touches polymer clay, then that item can never ever touch food again.
  • Use aluminum foil as a tent over your baking clay so the fumes don’t contaminate your oven. I use a cheap designated toaster oven.
DIY Maison Martin Margiela Inspired Plated Copper Necklace Tutorial from Gina Michele. This is made out of polymer clay and is such a good knockoff with an easy to understand tutorial. It uses one block of polymer clay which can go on sale as low as $1 at Michaels. Left Photo: $670 Maison Martin Margiela Plated Copper Necklace here. Right Photo: DIY by Rock Mosaic.
Tips: You may be able to save clay if you cover tin foil with polymer clay, but it may not be worth the effort. Also, I say this over and over again after having worked so much with polymer clay: if your clay touches an object you can never use it for food again. You cannot just simply wash a fork or knife - it has now become your polymer clay tool only. 

DIY Maison Martin Margiela Inspired Plated Copper Necklace Tutorial from Gina Michele. This is made out of polymer clay and is such a good knockoff with an easy to understand tutorial. It uses one block of polymer clay which can go on sale as low as $1 at Michaels. Left Photo: $670 Maison Martin Margiela Plated Copper Necklace here. Right Photo: DIY by Rock Mosaic.

Tips: You may be able to save clay if you cover tin foil with polymer clay, but it may not be worth the effort. Also, I say this over and over again after having worked so much with polymer clay: if your clay touches an object you can never use it for food again. You cannot just simply wash a fork or knife - it has now become your polymer clay tool only.