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Wood & Other Beads to Decorate, pg.4: Polymer Clay & Tools, pg.5: Jewelry Making Supplies, Pendant Trays, Chains, Resin, pg. 6: Beads, Charms, Floral
Terrarium Craft, Glass Bottles, pg.7 Face & Button Molds, pg.8: Nature Spirit Molds, pg.9: Goddess & Mythology Molds, pg.10: Kimberly Crick's Original
Artwork & Prints, pg.11: Ink Pads, Coloring Supplies, Embellishments & Stencils, pg.12: Unique Necklaces & Handmade Gifts, pg.13: Face, Crown, Wing
Beads, Miniature Food & Doll House Supplies.
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|These little 1.5" x 0.75" jars of fine pearlescent mica powders go a long way. A great way to bring out the
details on raw, pre-baked, polymer clay by using a tiny wipe of the jar's lid with your finger and gently touching
the raised areas of your design. You could also add a little to a mini spray bottle with your favorite inks or
watercolor paints and water, mix in with your embossing powders, dust over clear embossing ink stamped
images with a soft paintbrush, or over your own drawings done with the perfect pens on paper.
|There is a tiny bit of difference between "translucent" and "white translucent" mainly being that
the regular translucent has a slightly yellow cast to it and the white translucent has a white tint in it. If
you have used Premo in the past, "white translucent" replaces the previous color named "Frost" and
has been widely regarded as the most translucent of polymer clays. No clay is clear like glass, but
you can achieve higher transparency by fine sanding and buffing your finished pieces. When light
shines behind your pieces there is a soft glow in translucent clays.
Regular translucent works very well in making miniature food, such as fruit canes and breads, as
well as mixing with beige to create realistic skin.
|The pearl and metal colors have a beautiful delicate shimmer!
(The colors 18k and regular gold, silver, bronze, pearl and the colors with "pearl" in their
title contain the mica shimmer effect shown in the photo to the right.)
Any of the other clay colors can be mixed with pearl clay to achieve a lightened colored
pearl effect, or you can also mix perfect pearls, glitter or alcohol inks into your clays to
retain the original clay color.
|Tools to flatten, cut, emboss, adhere or give texture to your polymer clay, friendly plastic and other impressionable surfaces.
|Smaller tips "Detail Burnisher"
|Dual-tip stylus by Fiskars. This tool has two metal ball ends for embossing and
texturing. The tips measure about 1/16" and 1 mm.
|Tapered tip needle tool can be used for a variety of projects including quilling, bead
making, precision applications such as applying glue, texturing or placing holes in
soft materials, swirling patterns in paint or liquids, etc.
Ideal for piercing clay beads (as a smooth bead reamer/hole maker for raw polymer
clay) with the approx 1 & 3/4" long and just under 1mm thick needle coming to a fine
point. Wood handle allows for comfortable control over this long pointy tipped needle.
Also great for etching designs into clay before baking, using it like a pencil to scratch
out a drawing or add texture.
|TIP: Premo is a firm clay which accepts details from molds and rubber stamps better than soft
clays. I highly recommend a pasta machine for working with any polymer clay. If a pasta machine is
not possible, rolling the clay into thin sheets with a brayer tool/acrylic rod will help soften the clay.
This allows you to quickly soften and condition the clay before molding or color mixing. Warm clay is
softer to work with than cold clay, so sticking the package in your pocket before you work can
relieve hand strain.
|Perfect Medium Pen contains a clear embossing ink in a convenient form to draw with. Perfect Pearls will stick to the Perfect Medium when you dust them on.
Looks best when drawn on dark colored papers and can be used instead of an embossing ink pad with small rubber stamps. $2.49 each
|Makins Clay brand food-safe metal cookie cutters great for polymer clay - $1.99 per set. Each set contains 3 different sizes of that design:
|Using a needle and a textured surface (such as the handle of
fine tools, like the x-acto knife's grid grip pattern, along with a
toothbrush) you can make a variety of polymer clay miniature
food and other art items for jewelry or doll houses.
Learn how to make miniature bread baguettes on this page.
|Metal leaf, thin transfer foils and glues for clay, jewelry and artwork:
|Perfect Pearls - Fine mica powders with a binder that allows it to stick to anything wet (raw clay, glue, sprinkle over wet paint, etc)
|Premo! Sculpey Polymer Clay:
Easy to use with molds and rubber stamping techniques. When warmed and kneaded, or conditioned with a roller or pasta machine, it softens enough to
be molded or stamped and keep detail. Each package is 2oz. (about 2.25" tall) and hardens in the oven at 275 degrees for 30 minutes per 1/4" thickness.
|These Speedball lino cutter and block printing blades, handles and carving blocks are great for carving directly into polymer clay, or the speedball
carving sheets to make your own rubber stamps and flexible impression plates for polymer clay.
|Two blades per
package - $3.79
|Cappuccino Brown, Forever Red, Mandarin Orange:
|Forever Green, Forever Blue, Grape Fizz:
|Rub'n Buff wax finish for any dry surface. Works
especially well on hard surfaces such as
cured/already baked rubber stamped or molded
polymer clay projects, utee or resin items,
picture frames, beads etc. to highlight the fine
details. Can be applied with your finger for
maximum application control, a little goes a long
way and one tube can cover 20 sq. ft.
Each tube is 1/2 fl. oz (15ml) and measures
approx. 1" wide x 3" tall including cap. $5.99
|Example art above was made using melted clear
embossing powder colored w/red heat set ink (has a
similar look to transparent resin) poured into a flexible
mold to harden. I then applied gold Rub'n Buff gold with
my finger to the raised surfaces.
|Thin needle tool with wood handle $3.69
|Premo! Sculpey brand clay cutters great for jewelry making, come in a package of 6 of each shape, varying in size from .75" to 2" - $6.99 per set.
|2015 NEW colors:
|Opal is a semi translucent white
clay with glitter and reflective flakes
embedded in it to mimic the gem
Tip: When using cookie cutters, cover
the clay sheet you've rolled out with
plastic wrap. This allows for smooth
rounded edges from the cut.
For a tutorial on how to make this
necklace check out the
manufacturer's website here.
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|One thick iron needle tool with plastic safety handle. The handle comes in a random color (sorry,
the manufacturer doesn't offer color choice) and the needle extends from the handle about 60mm
(approx 2.5") and is just under 2mm thick and coming to a fine point at the end. $1.99 each
|5.5" x 5.5" square pad of 25 thin metal leaf sheets:
|Sunset Pearl, Graphite Pearl, White Gold Glitter, Yellow Gold Glitter, Rose Gold Glitter. $2.79 each:
|The photo to the right shows a jewelry project made using the new white, yellow and rose gold glitter
clays. The "white gold" has silver colored glitter and silver mica, the "yellow gold" has silver glitter with
gold mica, and the "rose gold" has silver glitter and copper mica powders. The "pearl" colors contain
the fine particle mica powders only, not the larger particle glitter.
|If you are new to metal leaf and transfer foils: note
that these are extremely thin, much different from
aluminum foil at the grocery store. These coat a
surface with about the thickness of a layer of paint, but
create a shine you can only get with real metal.
For applying to raw clay, see the technique picture to
For applying to baked clay, canvas, paper, wood or
any other hard surface: these thin composition (mixed
metal "gold" leaf) sheets can be applied using special
tacky glues (adhesive that stays sticky after drying) or
double sided tape.
Metal leaf has no backing and easily breaks apart to
conform to uneven surfaces. Transfer foils are stuck
to a plastic sheet backing, can only be used with
adhesive, and are better for flat surface applications.
|Metallic Transfer Foils:
These are different from metal leafing because they have thin clear plastic backing to "transfer" the metallic surface coating onto your project. Use
adhesive (glue or double sided tape) to rip the metallic finish off from the plastic backing. Unlike metal leaf, when using transfer foils you never have to store
crumbles of tiny metal leaf flakes, as the plastic sheets hold any unused metallic effect in place. They are one-sided, with a "dull" finish on the side that goes
face down onto your adhesive. Best for flat projects including fabric, paintings and paper artwork.
|Deco Foil by iCraft: These metallic transfer foils come rolled in plastic tubes containing 5 sheets measuring 6"x12" each
|Designer foil sheets by Clearsnap strips measuring just 2"x7" with 6 sheets per package, great for small projects. $3.99 each:
|Perfect Pearls can be applied onto sticky
pigment inks (such as Perfect Medium
rubber stamped or pen-drawn images
on paper) by applying the powder with
any soft paint brush.
|Add a little Perfect Pearls with water in a
mini mister bottle to make your own
metallic sprays for artwork and stencils.
|Stainless steel cutters suitable for most uses such as cookies, fondant or other food, crafts or polymer clay usage:
|Makins Clay brand cutters are manufactured for clay cutting, but are also labeled "food-safe" on
the packaging. No mention of the type of metal used in their cutters has been provided to me. See
more cutters below if you specifically need stainless steel material.
|Blades are extremely sharp and made of
tempered steel. Made in USA.
|The golden sheets also come in a
chopped up, random size, flakes form:
|Make your own flexible molds for polymer clay:
|Shown applied with a damp paint brush
onto white and black cardstock.