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Deco Foil Specialty Transfer Sheets

Thermoweb $5.99 $5.85 You save $0.14

Thermoweb-Deco Foil Specialty.

Foil can be used with polymer clay in many of the same ways that metal leaf can. For instance, it too can be crackled or used in mokume gane. Because of its unique colors and patterns, foil is also a popular choice for people making faux dichroic glass.

Create dimensional Deco Foil art on fabric, paper, wood and other porous surfaces.

This package contains five 6x12 inch Deco Foil specialty sheets. Comes in a variety of colors. Each sold separately. Acid-free. Made in USA.

Simply roll out a sheet of polymer clay, lay the foil over the clay, coated side down, and burnish with fingertip firmly over the surface of the foil sheet using a scrap of paper between your finger and the foil. This will cause the metallic coating on the underside to attach itself firmly to the surface of the clay.

Rip the sheet off the clay in one quick movement and the backing sheet will come away, leaving the clay covered with wonderful metallic coating.

Take a look at the video review below.  Keep watching until the end to get all the information to help you work with this foil on clay.  Take a look at Lisa Pavelka's tips too.  She is using her line of craft foils but the ideas work for both.

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Thermoweb-Deco Foil Specialty.

Foil can be used with polymer clay in many of the same ways that metal leaf can. For instance, it too can be crackled or used in mokume gane. Because of its unique colors and patterns, foil is also a popular choice for people making faux dichroic glass.

Create dimensional Deco Foil art on fabric, paper, wood and other porous surfaces.

This package contains five 6x12 inch Deco Foil specialty sheets. Comes in a variety of colors. Each sold separately. Acid-free. Made in USA.

Simply roll out a sheet of polymer clay, lay the foil over the clay, coated side down, and burnish with fingertip firmly over the surface of the foil sheet using a scrap of paper between your finger and the foil. This will cause the metallic coating on the underside to attach itself firmly to the surface of the clay.

Rip the sheet off the clay in one quick movement and the backing sheet will come away, leaving the clay covered with wonderful metallic coating.

Take a look at the video review below.  Keep watching until the end to get all the information to help you work with this foil on clay.  Take a look at Lisa Pavelka's tips too.  She is using her line of craft foils but the ideas work for both.

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Width: 1.25
Height: 7.25
Depth: 1.25