Do you think making furniture for a doll's house is too complicated? Go ahead and decorate, because polymer clay easily simulates a variety of textures and hardens in an ordinary oven! This versatile material yields stained glass, wooden furniture, marbled tables, and more. Here's the definitive guide to manufacturers, tools, safety, and crafting. Fill the kitchen with tiny vegetables, utensils, and appliances, and the living room with a mantelpiece clock, bookshelf, and Tiffany lamp. Serve dinner in the dining room, and build a bedroom so cozy you'll want to live there yourself! There's not a domestic detail you won't find. A Selection of BOMC's Crafters Choice Book Club.
Sue Heaser has worked professionally as a writer for over 20 years and is the author of 15 major craft books as well as a growing list of eBooks that are available world wide. She specialises in polymer clay, metal clay, jewellery making and miniatures. She also writes fiction and has published two musicals for children.
After a childhood spent in the Far East, Middle East and Africa, Sue studied at art college and university in Great Britain. She first worked as an archaeological illustrator before turning to a career as a writer, designer and teacher.
She has taught polymer clay and metal clay workshops all over the world as well as on cruise ships. She is a qualified Art Clay Senior Instructor and has taken Master classes in the subject in Japan. She founded the British Polymer Clay Guild in 1997 and Art Clay World UK Guild in 2005. She is an accomplished artist working in oils and watercolour and teaches regular art classes.
Sue is married with two daughters and lives in rural Suffolk, England, UK. She is a keen musician and plays the violin, viola and piano accordion. She also enjoys sailing, swimming - and mountain hiking with her sketchbook in hand.