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Here are three artists who can help reacquaint you with your inner polymer child. Look at the playful way Austria’s Eva Marion Schulz experiments and dabbles with clay.

If you scroll through her Facebook photos you’ll see that she paints with polymer, sculpts with it and even gives it wings and feathers.

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In the vase at the left she takes leftover canes, flattens them, backs them with scrap and cuts out ovals. Starting at the bottom of a glass vase, she adheres the ovals using her hand inside for support.

Want to play more? Two free tutorials popped up that are so simple and quick that you won’t be able to resist them.

Watch Iris Mishly’s video about how to make a holiday whirligig from a stack of narrow strips of polymer. Hang it and watch it spin gracefully.

Heather Powers shows you how to make merry little owls with just a pinch and some paint. You’ll feel like a kid again.

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  • reply Eva Marion Schulz ,

    Thank you so much for featuring my work! What a surprise- I feel honoured! :)))

    • reply Erin Prais-Hintz ,

      Just love the playfulness of all of these. I think that I will try my hand at Heather’s owls with my daughter and some friends. That would be fun!

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