What's New in metal clay?

This page provides you with a quick idea of what’s new in metal clay and what’s been added in the past month. If you are a regular visitor, you can see what we’ve added since your last visit here. 

Metal clay is a constantly evolving medium so keeping up with what’s new in metal clay is quite a task! If you know of something new or you are working on something that you’d like us to promote, contact us so we make sure our visitors are always aware of what’s new in metal clay.

July 2018

Sapphire Blue Web Design

Sapphire Blue will design and build your website and teach you how to maintain it. The fee depends on how much work is involved, once the fee is agreed that is what you pay. Don’t want to do the upkeep of your website? They offer maintenance packages at an affordable monthly fee. They also offer a competitive hosting package for your website that comes with 5 personalised email addresses for £35 a year (payable annually).

Mixing FYI Powdered Silver Clay – Silver Clay School

FYI comes in a powdered version which is great if you want to buy a large bag an only use occasionally. Mix what you need, when you need it.
 

Missing Links Jewellery – Inverness and Dingwall, UK

Beginner and intermediate metal clay classes.

Rare Adornment – Kansas City, US

Beginners PMC and base metal clay classes.

Instagram

Instagram is a photo and video-sharing social networking service owned by Facebook, Inc. It is a simple, fun and creative way to capture, edit and share photos, videos and messages with friends and family.

How to Sell Your Jewellery on Instagram

Great podcast from the Jewellers Academy about using Instagram to sell your jewellery. Browse all their free podcasts for more useful tutorials on using social media in your business.

Silver Metal Clay Comparison by Lisel Crowley – Cool Tools

Lisel Crowley, Metal Clay Artist and Instructor from Connecticut visited Cool Tools to show us the differences between silver metal clay products currently on the market. This review includes, fine silver, sterling silver and flexible silver clays. This review was created prior to the release of ACS 950 Sterling and PMC One Fire Sterling.

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