Cindi McGee shows how to translate a fabric pattern to polymer clay using silkscreening, rubber stamping, and texturing. Make a polymer clay veneer for jewelry, polymer trading coins, and more. Change your silkscreen patterns, and colors for endless options.
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It's our Year of Veneer!
Today Cindi shares an easy, bright, cheerful floral polymer clay veneer inspired by 11 year-old Crochet Master Jonah Larson's flower blanket. She uses the Create Along 2.5" Circle Polymer Trading Coin clay cutter, Cindi's Peacocks Texture Sheet, and pearlized hot fix cabochons. She also used small flower cutters for her blossoms and various clay tools and finishes. This veneer is great for Polymer Clay Trading Coins, jewelry and more.
Use any colors you'd like, try mixing textures, or layering your flowers for even more depth and detail. Share your version with over 16,000 others on our Create Along Polymer Clay Tribe Facebook Page!
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