Cindi McGee shares how to make three coordinating polymer clay veneers inspired by one print fabric.
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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 week's Polymer Clay TV Year of Veneer video, Cindi McGee shares how to create this multi-layered floral veneer, inspired by fabric! Cindi combines rubber stamping, silkscreening, and more to create this pretty veneer. Find the silkscreens, Deco Disc, and hot fix cabochons she uses here at CreateAlong.com
Cindi McGee shares a tutorial for creating a Bohemian style flower polymer clay veneer with lots of dimension and layers. Cindi shows you how to create this veneer using silkscreens, molds, cutters, and other mixed-media elements. It's our YEAR OF VENEER on Polymer Clay TV! Which one will be YOUR favorite!?!
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This polymer clay Mandala Madness Veneer is easy yet so beautiful! You can create so many things using these techniques. Follow along to create a Polymer Clay Trading Coin and come join the swap! Swap sign ups in our Facebook group http://www.polymerclaytribe.com
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I love the look of crackled metal leaf but when you silkscreen on top of it it opens a whole new world. I used the Dragon Scales silkscreen in the video and it is super cool! There are so many possibilities for this technique. You can even color the leaf with alcohol inks to change it up.