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The following is a list of all entries from the Tips Baking category.

Member Benefits 077: Tips Baking

Cindy’s latest stuff on baking clay properly sets the standard, one of the best sources of info on the web, so use the search engine on the site.  There is a ton of information contained within all Cindy’s blogs, tutes, and commentaries, and it is an amazing resource. Thanks Cindy.  You do not know how […]

Member Benefits 063: Tips Baking

Cindy, Thank you for the very informative video on the glass ball ornament baking. I can see now that it could also smash and cause injury if not done carefully. I always like your way of giving information in a way that you are trying to convey as much information as possible and never in […]

Member Benefits 050-4: Tips Baking

Cindy – I wanted to thank you for the tip on curing for an hour instead of the normal recommended time and also for putting it in card stock. I usually would have had problems with white burning or getting darker but that idea worked perfectly and the clay is really strong. I am making […]

Member Benefits 043-4: Tips Baking

Well, not only am I learning about polymer clay baking, but how to possibly fix my cookies as well!  Never thought about why that happens. I love to cook, have actually catered from time to time, so I am learning not only about clay, but cooking as well. I knew there was a reason I […]

Member Benefits 037-2: Tips Baking

Baking for an hour at 265 degrees is perfection. I haven’t burned anything yet! I did however, sandpaper my finger in my enthusiasm in my first project (a faux rock :). I’m feeling a little more confidence as I go along and am having fun instead of worrying about perfection. Thank you Cindy for your […]

Member Benefits 034-3: Tips Baking

That was a very well done explanation of your theory. You made me an instant believer and I’m changing my baking approach immediately. Thank you so much for taking the time to – not only answer my question – but to answer it so completely and with the scientific bent. That truly helped me. Again […]

Member Benefits 023-2: Tips Baking

When I was searching the Internet for a new adventure Cindy’s website was coming up again and again. I believe it was Cindy who inspired me to open my ETSY store. I have learned so much from this website… The cornstarch was a beautiful thing. ~Susan-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay […]

Member Benefits 012-1: Tips Baking

What a wonderful easy tip.  I am going to try it out tonight on a piece and see what it does.  Thanks so much for passing this info on.  I really appreciate your site and wish I had time to try everything out. ~Diana >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Oven Hi […]

Member Benefits 007-1: Tips Baking

Thanks for the idea about the tile sandwich. I will have to put this in my notes. ~Brenda @ Baking Polymer Clay Wow Cindy, I feel like such a Daaaaaa, never thought about putting another tile on top and let it cook a little longer. Great no more curled edges. Think I will invest in […]

Member Benefits 003-4: Tips Baking

Good ideas, I hadn’t actually thought to recover already baked beads with fresh clay. I save all of my mistakes thinking someday I may find a use for them. ~Nora @ Scrap Polymer Clay The tip about baking face down makes all kinds of sense but I never thought about it. As Yakov says “you […]