How does modeling clay stick to a mirror?
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The simplest epoxy glues are those little tubes, that look like super glue, that you mix together with a toothpick and apply to your project. Epoxy glues are often packaged in a double syringe form that dispenses equal amounts of each resin component. Epoxy glues actually work very well with polymer clay. Making it easy to adhere to mirror as well.
Hope this helps
Liquid super glue, E6000.
E6000 would work well. Gorilla glue too.
Donna, I think your clay needs to be dry to glue (duh) so I think you could cover your mirror in plastic wrap (or similar material) and do your modeling ..... let it dry, remove it then use E6000 to glue. That stuff glues anything! :) Good luck.