Like resin art, polymer clay art has been picked up as one of the craftiest mid-quarantine trends. Unlike resin art, which requires specific molds, polymer clay can be molded into any shape the person desires.
As expected, the products made with polymer clay are endless! If you’re curious about the trend, have a look at these local businesses for the most creative polymer clay art pieces.
This shop, made specifically to “value the present and to stop solely focusing on the past and the future”, makes beautiful, unique jewelry for all kinds of customers. Obra Pagitan makes sure each piece is carefully sketched, kneaded, molded, baked, and sculpted for the perfect product. They accept custom orders, so go ahead and send that DM!
Perfect for those who love quirky and cute, Dippin Daisies sells the most unconventional jewelry. Just a quick browse through their IG page will show you a diverse range of designs, from mermaid fins and snake plant earrings, to even manananggals! Check out their Shopee page and DM for customizations.
Another polymer clay jewelry shop, Kyarra Artistry stuns with pastel, geometric pieces. The QC-based shop mostly makes polymer clay earrings with deeply intricate designs like woven patterns and floral figures. Catch them on their Shopee page or Instagram for more jewelry.Â
Soon the Moon
Soon the Moon is your one-stop shop for the tiniest polymer clay art models. With a distinctly cute and dainty style, this shop makes adorable jewelry, charms, and keychains for its loyal customers. The good thing about Soon the Moon is that it also ships internationally, so even fans abroad can sport one of its delightful designs!
Looking for a remembrance of your favorite anime character? How about your best fur-iend? Anliit Handmade makes this possible with its very tiny replicas. You can order lookalike keychains of your furry pal and even earrings of popular characters like Deku and Bakugo from My Hero Academia. Send a DM on their IG page to learn more.