In this polymer clay tutorial, you'll learn how to create a colorful Autumn Leaves polymer clay veneer using scrap clay and silkscreening. Cindi McGee shows you how easy it is to make your own. Part of our Year of Veneer!
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In this polymer clay tutorial video, Cindi McGee shares how you can created your own beautiful butterfly shimmer polymer clay veneer using a few simple techniques. Part of our Year of Veneer - which one is YOUR favorite so far?
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This week in our Year of Veneer Series on PolymerClayTV, Cindi McGee shares how to create this simple, fun and funky veneer with just a few materials.
In this week's Polymer Clay TV Year of Veneer video, Cindi McGee shares how to create colorful Adirondack Pearls Alcohol Ink polymer clay veneers. Find the Cindi's Peacock Feather silkscreen here at CreateAlong.com
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Cindi shares a simple technique to create beautifully colored veneers. You can find the Flexie stencil and other CreateAlong products Cindi uses in this tutorial here.
Cindi plans to create a pendant with her finished piece, but this would also be a great technique to try on a polymer trading coin. We'd love to see your projects made using this technique on our Create Along Polymer Clay Tribe Facebook Page! Join the fun!
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