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Polymer Clay Universe is a Magazine, A website, and a Resource for everything polymer clay!

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Join us now and get Founder's pricing for the life of your membership!PCU is more than a magazine.... it's a resource for everything polymer clay. Tutorials - free and paid Sources for clay, tools, and supplies Calendars for meet ups Calendars and information about submitting your work to be published in craft magazines A beautiful Member directory so you can make connections and find other artists worldwide Guild lists Polymer Clay Charities a Discussion Board and Chat room So much more! Join us: www.PolymerClayUniverse.com

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How to create polymer clay and recessed metal leaf stenciled design

Posted by Bee Keeting on

Learn this easy polymer clay and stenciling technique. You will keep people guessing how you made it! All you need is some metal leaf a blade and a stencil and you can create this unique look.I am all about experimenting and this came about in one of my early morning experimental sessions. I wanted to find a way to have the metal leaf in the outline of the design and this worked perfectly! It looks like its so hard and time consuming to create but its really easy. Hope you will give it a shot!Find the stencil at:Trellis stencil: https://goo.gl/wfqIxQ...

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How to create DIY polymer clay cabochon textured pendants with Byzantine Cross cookie cutters

Posted by Bee Keeting on

how to make your own cabochons from clay,  how to bake your polymer clay more than one time,  how to use a 3D printed cookie cutter successfully,  how to clean up a design you cut out with a cutter,  how to make cross shaped pendants that look like aged metal,  how to use tools to create textures in polymer clay, how to paint your clay after baking,  and more I'm sure! Products used: Texture Tools, Rubber tipped Tools, Byzantine Cross tribal cutters, Gilding Polish.

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Create a multi color silkscreen palette polymer clay surface technique tutorial

Posted by Bee Keeting on

Silkscreening is one of my all time favorite techniques so I always like to experiment with new ideas. I wanted to find a way to add multiple colors of paint to a design and place it deliberately in certain areas of the silkscreen. Using Gilding Polish is a great way to achieve this. Gilding Polish is thick and has a mousse like consistency making it perfect for the silkscreen palette technique. You can place the polish where you want to add specific colors. When you pull the color across the screen it will create a beautiful blended look. Come create...

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