These sheets are small but mighty. Made from a flexible mylar plastic, they are perfect for adding texture or a painted design to polymer clay. Wipe clean and re-usable.
This set contains 2 designs approx 10 x 14 cm - clouds and lightning bolts
How to use - adding texture
- Roll out the conditioned clay using either a rolling pin or pasta machine. Roll it slightly thicker than what you'd like your final product to be
- Apply the sheet to the clay. Press gently to ensure the sheet sticks to the clay and won't slip around
- Roll again, either with the roller or pasta machine to the desired thickness.
- Gently peel off the sheet to leave the design raised on the clay
- cut and bake the clay as normal
How to use - stencil
- Roll out the clay to the desired thickness
- Apply the sheet to the clay, taking care to ensure it sticks to the surface with no gaps which would cause the paint to bleed
- Put a very small amount of acrylic paint at the top of the sheet, and using something like an old credit card, spread the paint evenly over the design.
- Gently peel off the sheet
- I recommend leaving the paint to dry before cutting to avoid smudging
- Bake the clay as normal
- Use a varnish or product of your choice to prevent the paint from scratching
Please be gentle with the sheets. To clean, use a damp cloth or baby wipe. Dry with a microfibre cloth or paper towel. Ensure the sheet is free of dust and lint before applying to the clay.
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