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nthard
« on: June 02, 2012 10:34:20 AM »

Hi

I am new to this forum as well as to cold porcelain and polymer clay. I have worked with POP back in India and want to try my hands on either of the two now.
Can you suggest which one is better? Polymer clay(PC) or cold porcelain (CP)?
I want to make small magnets, dolls or jewelry. Which of PC or CP is better for that?
Does the end product look the same in both?

I read that CP can get spoiled when it comes in contact with humidity. If I apply varnish, will it still get spoiled?

I need as much info as possible cause I am new to this.

Nidhi
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