GlitterGoreUnicorn

Handmade Polymer Clay Creations

Elliot Lake, Canada | 18 Sales

GlitterGoreUnicorn

Handmade Polymer Clay Creations

Elliot Lake, Canada 18 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars (3)

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All items are handmade and one of a kind.

Announcement

Last updated on Sep 6, 2018

Welcome! Thank you for coming out!

Follow me on Instagram and Facebook for updates, future coupon codes, and work in progress pictures: glittergoreunicorn

All items are handmade and one of a kind.

Angie Phillips

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Angie Phillips

About

A rare mystical being creating magical polymer clay creations.

I am truly inspired by fantastic stories of mystical creatures and their habitats, their friends, and their enemies. The human body. Love.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I am new to selling on Etsy and want to make this an enjoyable experience for everyone!
I am most active on my Instagram @ glittergoreunicorn and will post most of my updates on there.
Much love
Angie

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Last updated on Jun 16, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

The polymer clay that I use for my creations is durable and should hold up beautifully with proper use. For best results, please follow the below care guidelines.

- *Important Note* Many of my creations are small and therefore they are potentially a choking hazard for small children and would not make good toys. Please refer to the description of each item for size.
- Do not pull or tug harshly on any metal findings attached to your clay creation.
- If your clay creation gets dirty, because life happens, it should come clean with the use of a dry microfiber hand towel. Never use abrasive cleaning chemicals.
- Avoid wearing your clay creations in the shower, tub, pool or when sleeping.
If you have any questions or concerns send me a msg

Magnets

The magnets I use are Neodymium (rare earth) magnets, unless otherwise stated.
I find them strong and hold up well. However, some surfaces such as stainless steel, may not be compatible. Please consider this when making your purchase.