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The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More
The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More
The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More
The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More
The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More
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The Art of Polymer Clay Creative Surface Effects: Techniques and Projects Featuring Transfers, Stamps, Stencils, Inks, Paints, Mediums, and More

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Polymer clay has grown and grown and grown in popularity since the publication of Donna Kato's best-selling The Art of
Polymer Clay in 1997. And there have been so many technical advances, too. Now poly-diva Donna Kato presents an all-new
look at one of crafters' all-time favorite mediums. The Art Of Polymer Clay Surface Effects begins with the essentials
of polymer clay, including its working properties, plus tools, curing, safety recommendations, and color blending (with
full information on the now-indispensable Skinner Blend). Photo-packed chapters focus on exciting projects—beads,
bracelets, pins, pendants, and boxes–and showcase new techniques, including image transfers, surface treatments such as
stencils, stamps, paints, and inks, sculpting, inclusions, special effects, and finishing. Finished pieces by some of
the biggest names in polymer clay, including Kathleen Dustin, Pier Voulkos, and Nan Roche, plus Donna Kato herself,
offer ideas and inspiration.

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