On these pages you'll find a large variety of metal clay, PMC and Art Clay tutorials and guides to download. We've chosen the best we could find on the internet. If you find a metal clay or jewelry making tutorial or guide you think is good or if you've written one that you'd like to submit to us, please let us know by using our contact page.
The Beginners pages include lots of information for newbies to metal clay. You'll find useful information about starting out with metal clay including some guidance on the equipment you'll need. You'll also find beginners metal clay project tutorials and guides.
On the advanced pages, you'll find more challenging metal clay projects and information to help you improve your PMC and Art Clay skills.
The beginners pages are a good place to start if you've just discovered metal clay.
Brass clay is an interesting material and on this page you'll find information about working with it.
The Bronze page has information about the new Bronze metal clay - Bronzclay™.
On the Chain and Cord page you'll find information about making your own chain and cord to complement your metal clay work.
On the Copper clay page you'll find all sorts of information on the copper clay brands.
To find out about firing metal clay, visit the Firing page. This page had tutorials and guides for firing metal clay, PMC and Art Clay.
The Glass page shows you projects combining glass with your metal clay. You'll learn about the specific problems of working with glass and metal clay together and how to overcome them.
Download jewelry making tutorials from the jewelry making info page.
The Hollow Forms page shows you how to make basic and more advanced metal clay hollow forms including those with some sort of armature or internal form as well as unsupported metal clay hollow forms.
If you want your PMC and Art Clay work to be truly unique, making your own textures is essential. Creating molds is also a great way of making matching items. The Textures and Molds page provides resources for making your own molds and textures to use with metal clay.
To learn about adding colour to your metal clay work, visit the Patina and Colours page. Here you'll learn all about Liver of Sulphur, the most commonly used patina for metal clay as well as how to transfer images to your work, use enamels and other ways of adding colour to PMC and Art Clay.
Steel metal clay developed by Hadar Jacobson has a page of its own here.
Learn about working with Sterling metal clay with tutorials on the sterling clay page.
The Stones page includes tutorials and guides explaining several ways of including stones with your metal clay projects. Both faceted stones and cabochons are included.
We've also included some information about working with wire, metal and beading on the Wirework and Beading page.