Order and efficiency in your polymer clay jewelry business!
In the world of polymer clay jewelry design and creation, order is key to maximizing productivity and achieving your goals. Properly organizing your work, tools, and parts will not only save you time, but also create a more effective workflow and maintain the quality of your creations.
Organization of your pieces
To have easy access and a clear display of your polymer clay pieces, it is essential to have a proper storage system. Consider using an organizer with individual compartments or boxes to sort and store your pieces by shape, size, or style. This will allow you to quickly find the parts you need and prevent possible damage or loss.
In addition, it is advisable to catalog your pieces in an album or folder with transparent pockets where you can place each piece in an orderly manner. Add details such as the gauge of the drilling and the metal joint or ring that each piece requires, especially for those of greater size or thickness that need larger joints. This will make it easier for you to quickly identify the characteristics of each piece and speed up the creation process.
Personally, I separate a white fired piece from the ones I use as test pieces for the cutters and write down the SKU number behind it. That allows me to quickly locate the necessary tools. I also use these pieces as combinable tiles, I take photographs and in this way I scale the models to other new possibilities based on their combinatorics.
Organization of your polymer clay cutters
Polymer clay cutters are essential tools in your creative process. To keep them organized and protect their useful life, we recommend using a specific support or container for them. You can use an organizer with individual compartments or a case designed especially for cutters. This way, you'll keep them from getting damaged or lost, and you'll be able to find them easily when you need them.