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  • Liquid Polymer Clay

    Does anyone use this and know where I can get some?
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    I have some, but only used it once on fairy wings. It shrank quite a lot. So now stick to several coats of UPVA glue on them now. Dare say I will try again sometime. Hope others are more help darl. xxx


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    • #3
      I got mine from the polymerclay pit
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      • #4
        Fimo Deko Gel is the Fimo brand version of liquid clay. I stock it in my online store.

        What are you hoping to use the liquid clay for out of interest? There may be other products that could also be useful depending on what it is you are wanting to do

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ejralph View Post
          Fimo Deko Gel is the Fimo brand version of liquid clay. I stock it in my online store.

          What are you hoping to use the liquid clay for out of interest? There may be other products that could also be useful depending on what it is you are wanting to do

          Emma
          Fake cloisonne clay stuff - I've got some instructions, but you need to 'paint' the colours on - hence the liquid stuff.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Madly Creating View Post
            Fake cloisonne clay stuff - I've got some instructions, but you need to 'paint' the colours on - hence the liquid stuff.
            Not sure what the instructions say but the liquid clay only comes in clear, if you want to paint colours on your best bet is an acrylic based paint.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rhiannon View Post
              Not sure what the instructions say but the liquid clay only comes in clear, if you want to paint colours on your best bet is an acrylic based paint.
              And then apply resin to seal?
              "I was inoculated, very early in life, against all forms of magic and elfin whimsy, even when convincingly disguised as literature." Clive James
              Click the scales- rep points are for life, not just for Xmas!
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              • #8
                Fimo gel will work just fine for that. Just remember that with all liquid clays you will need to bake them to set them. This can be done the same time as you bake the clay "bezels" or you can make up and bake the clay to be "enamelled" first and then bake it again once the fimo gel is in place.

                You can colour the liquid clay with acrylic paints, inks, perfect pearl powders, even glitters look cool mixed into it.

                I have also done really nice faux enamel work on clay using epoxy resins (cold enamels) .There is a project in my second book for doing this, so hard to see from the photos, but the actual effect is stunning, just like glass.

                Both techniques look very nice if you over the clay with a sheet of faux metal leaf such as Easy Metal first.
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