Liquid Polymer Clay

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Krause Publications Craft, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Liquid Sculpey registered] is a new medium with endless possibilities, and these two recognized experts have developed a considerable following for their handcrafted jewellery and accessories. Now they share their original sculpting techniques, so everyone can explore the exciting crafting opportunities offered by liquid polymer clay. Each chapter provides information on the development of the techniques and the medium or art application that inspired it. Twenty-two projects teach crafters how to combine polymer clay with beads, metal filigree and antique glass cabochons to create 11 unique jewellery and 11 home decoration items.
 

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Contents

Introduction
8
Working With Solid and Liquid Polymer Clay
9
Tool Kits
16
Basic Applications and Techniques
20
Tips
36
Images and Transfers
46
Impression Glazing
64
Interpretive Imitation
78
Glass Effects
112
Patterns and Transfers
136
Glossary
140
Resources
141
Bibliography
142
Index
143
About the Authors
144
Copyright

Surface Decoration
94

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Ann Mitchell

Karen Mitchell is part of a dynamic sister team with Ann Mitchell, with a costume jewelry company called AnKara Designs. They make and sell jewelry, teach classes nationwide, and have appeared regularly on the Carol Duvall Show. They publish articles in Jewelry Crafts and other magazines and participate in 18 large arts and crafts shows annually.

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