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
I love layering with polymer clay it adds so much depth to a piece and opens up so many possibilities.You can change these up in so many ways and create so many different looks depending on if you use, silkscreens, stamps and textures. Have fun with it and don't forget to share what you make! Come join our Tribe at http://www.polymerclaytribe.com
Find some of the products used below: Rounded Possibilities cutters: https://bit.ly/2xbbeJb Field of Roses texture sheet: https://bit.ly/2KEiVjM Blooming Buds silkscreen: https://bit.ly/2Nb261X Lacey Vines silkscreen: https://bit.ly/2KDZ83K Cabochons: https://bit.ly/2KBUl2Z Heart cutters: https://bit.ly/2LiUmbp
Inspired by a handmade quilt, Cindi McGee shares how to use a variety of materials to create a polymer clay veneer with a Moroccan Patchwork effect.
In this video, you will learn how easy it is to use foils and shapes to stack and swirl translucent clay to create beautiful veneers you can use to make your polymer clay beads and art.
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In this video tutorial, Kira will show you just how easy it can be to create a beautiful seamless sheet of polymer clay using cane slices that you can make or purchase. It's a great way to create a veneer or fabric you can use to decorate beads, journal covers, switch plates, and so much more! Save your veneers in a plastic sheet book (like a photo book or binder) and you can use them for multiple projects.
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Hamsa Cutters are back in stock! Find them here
The Ultimate Tool is fabulous for smoothing, poking holes, and more.