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The architectual, interior and commercial design of Singapore artist and designer Garie Sims. Also featuring Garie's polymer clay sculpture, illustration, cartooning and animation art work.

Unique and comical miniature clay creations by Garie Sim. The World's Smallest Teddy Bear, smallest snow globe, smallest magnetic figures and Film Spool Art chess sets

Creative clay modeling and drawing classes for children in Singapore being offered by Garie Sim.

Singapore artist and designer express his art works in multi medium.

Using Polymer Clay to create school projects, learning a life skill in arts and creativity, to develop their fine motorskills and improve hand and eye coordination




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Sculpey® Molds ­ Discriminating artists and everyday clay users will enjoy an exact replica time and time again; Sculpey Molds allow you to do just that. Adults and kids will enjoy the freedom of creating molds in the perfect colors and the savings compared to store bought embellishments. Sculpey Molds are a fantastic and easy way to personalize any craft project.



APM 34 Ar t Doll Faces

Sin $ 12.00


Sculpey® Doll Maker™ Flexible Push Mold ­ Baby Mold

Discriminating artists and everyday clay users will enjoy an exact replica time and time again; Sculpey Flexible Push Molds allow you to do just that. The most difficult part of doll making is creating the face, hands and feet. This mold does the hardest part for you. Fine details are always crisp, whether you make one molded piece or one hundred. Easy to use; simple mold, flex and release. Compatible with other clay, plaster, soap and other craft materials. Includes 2 different heads/faces, 2 arms, a torso, 2 legs and 2 ears.



APM50 Baby Mold

Sin $ 12.00


Sculpey® Doll Maker™ Flexible Push Mold ­ Fairy Mold


APM48 Fairy Mold

Sin $ 12.00


How to Use a Push Mold:

1. Condition clay and roll clay ball the size of the impression you are going to make.
2. Press the clay completely into the mold.
3. Remove excess clay that does not fit in the mold cavity. Clay should be flush with the top of the mold.
4. To release, gently nudge the clay away from the edge of the mold toward the center of the molded piece.
5. DO NOT PLACE FLEXIBLE PUSH MOLD IN OVEN. Bake molded piece according to clay manufacturers' suggestion, allow to cool and start embellishing.


· A little clay goes a long way. Practice to determine how much clay will fill your selection ­ it takes less than you think!
· Lightly mist the mold with water before pressing in the clay. This will make releasing the clay from the mold even easier. A light dusting of corn starch also works as a release.
· You can press a variety of colors into the mold simply by adding colors into the section of the mold you want colored. Build from the bottom upwards.
· Place mold, with clay in it, inside your refrigerator freezer for about 90 seconds. Remove and "pop" your creation out of the mold like an ice cube.



*The value above are fixed retail prices at our Clay and Art shop * International orders will have to add packaging and freight charges.


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