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Faux Broken China [Polymer Clay Video Tutorial]

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Hello dear friends!

Here’s an easy, colorful and perfect for a summer project. And taking into account the large array of napkins that are available out there, you truly have endless possibilities to make wonderful decoupaged polymer clay pieces.

In order to spice up the design I added an embossed golden pattern made using embossing powder, a stamp and an ink pad and a heat gun using a technique that is very used in card making.

Well, if you don’t have embossing powder and a heat gun or if this technique does not appeal to you, you can still complement the Faux China look using stencils or silkscreen and gold metallic acrylic paint.

I decided to put the pieces together using seedbeads and a very easy bead stitch and I hope that you’ll give it a try and thus make beautiful bead chains to attach your beautiful polymer clay pieces.

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