Monday, November 19, 2012

Polymer Clay and Envirotex Lite

 I have had a few questions about polymer clay lately.  
A few of our readers are worried about using Envirotex Lite resin with clay.
So I thought I would show you one of my own polymer clay samples.
 I fashioned a bezel out of the clay, stamped into it and baked it according to the polymer clay instructions.  When my piece was hard, I glued and sealed my paper image into the cavity, added some glitter glue and poured in Envirotex Lite.
See!  It works beautifully!
The Nunn Design Give-a-way is on until Tomorrow, so if you missed the post I linked to it here.

3 comments:

  1. Carmi,

    I was wondering, what kind of stamps to you use to stamp your polymer and ETI Jewellery Clay? I've tried using metal stamps on crystal clay, but with mixed results.

    Thanks. :)
    Beaded Bohemian Crystal Jewellery

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  2. Helen, I used my rubber and clear stamps. I keep a baby wipe handy to clean them after wards. If you apply a clear ink or even a colour ink like Staz-on to the rubber, it adds beautiful texture and detail in one stamp. Images that are not too detailed or fine lined work best.

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    1. Thanks Carmi! Can't wait to try this out!

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