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Metal Clay offers a variety of Metal Clay Silver, PMC and other exciting products. We have also carefully selected other complimentary products and merchandise that is effective and functional when used in combination with Metal Clay and Polymer Clay.

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We are constantly on the look out for new and exciting products. Please check the "New Products" towards the bottom of the main Page for updated information.

Helen Breil Designs

We are delighted to offer this gorgeous range of twelve textures designed exclusively by Canadian polymer clay artist Helen Breil.
Helen Breil was a founding member of the Southern Ontario Polymer Clay Guild, and a member of the Toronto and Grand River Bead Societies. Helen teaches workshops, has had articles published in Art Jewelry Magazine, Step-by-Step Beads From Polymer to Art and also PolymerCafe Magazine. Helen sells exquisite work that is featured on her website. Her necklace "Coleus" won first place in the 2110 International Polymer Clay Association Progress & Possibilities Competition in the Intermediate Jewellery category and her necklace "Waves" was chosen from 130 entries for the cover of the 2011 Toronto Bead Society calendar.

Helen Breil's Designer Texture Tiles

Each of Helen's texture tiles represent excellent value and most of them include several designs. These texture tiles are unmounted rubber and measure approximately 13cm x 11cm. They are perfect partners for polymer clay, metal clay, air dry clay, paper crafts and fabric projects. The graphics below illustrate what you would see if you inked and stamped these texture tiles, directly onto paper. Any impressions created using Helen Breil's designer texture tiles may be freely incorporated into art work, whether for personal use or for sale. With the exception of Jitterbug, all 12 stamps in this beautiful range were produced from Helen's original hand-drawn designs which were inspired by the Zentangles meditative, repetitive-pattern approach to drawing.