Most of us love creating with the many cool polymer clay products available these days.
But, once we’ve spent good money, we want to make the most of our purchases!
This technique opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for using silk screens and image transfers (and likely many more things I haven’t thought of yet.)
There are two methods for doing the inlay:
- One is careful and precise and results in custom pieces with lots of detail
- The other is quick and easy, but results in less detail and precision
Choose whichever you are most in the mood for!
I recently shared how to do this type of inlay in the Polymer Clay Universe magazine. One of my patrons, Ramona, requested I make it into a video to help those who prefer learning with that style of tutorial.
Your wish is my command, Ramona!
Here are the tools and materials I used in the video:
- Sculpey silk screen kit
- Sculpey mini geometric cutters
- Kemper cutters: round, oval, mini
- Ginkgo leaf silk screen
- Magic Transfer paper
- clay blade
- craft knife
What types of products come to YOUR mind for this technique?
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the How to Create Inlay Polymer Clay Veneers with Silk Screens & Transfer Paper video at YouTube.