A few steps and materials can give you bold results. This polymer clay chevron veneer has a fun, metallic animal print. Cindi McGee shows you how to make your own. Change the colors, even the print, for endless options.
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In today's video, Kira will show you how to make this fun blue and white nautical chevron veneer. A veneer is a polymer clay sheet that you can use for decorating many things such as jewelry, beads, journals, and other things you can wrap with clay. Then she used the Scales texture mat, Summer bright pigments, and Shimmer shifts to add some details and make a fishtail trading coin! This is a fun little project you can use to try some techniques. Enjoy!
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