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POLYFORM-Sculpey Etch 'n Pearl Set.

Three different size rods for piercing and suspending beads during baking. Functional sharp points are great for etching detail in clay pieces. Perfect pearls are created with the three sizes of domed pearl ends. A must have tool!

Use the pointed ends of these tools to add fine details to clay or to pierce beads. Use the concave ends to create delicate pearl patterns.

This package contains three metal Etch 'n Pearl tools in different sizes: 4mm, 6mm, 8mm. Clean with soap and water. Caution: points are extremely sharp: handle with care. Imported.

Click "Videos" above and take a look at a little different way to use the Etch 'n Pearls

10 Tricks for Etch 'n Pearls

Etch 'n Pearls aren’t hard to use, but there are tricks..

step-1.jpg

Trick #1 Use the widest setting on your Clay Conditioning Machine to make a nice fat pearl.

Trick #2 Make your pearls on a smooth ceramic tile so that the pearls will stick to the tile and not in the tool. Then just peel up the remaining sheet of clay to expose your pearls.

Trick #3 Dip the Etch 'n Pearl in water every couple of pearls – again so that they stick to the tile and not the tool. A small bottle cap works great.

step-2a.jpg

Etch 'n Pearls are a great way to add color accents, create frames, cover seams.  They are also easy to get carried away with, like I did with the cutter bracelets. 

Trick #4 An empty clay wrapper with a little Sculpey Bake 'n Bond in it, a toothpick and you can securely attach your pearls. 

step-3.jpg

Trick #5 Use the pokey end of the tool to not only press a hole in the pearl for more texture, but to help secure it to the clay surface below. See how it changes the whole look of the pearl? 

step-4.jpg

Trick #6 Try using other tools to create a texture.  For instance the rubber chisel end of the medium ball tool in the Sculpey Essential Tool Kit or the Style and Details kit makes a great philips head screw look.  These are great for covering seams in clay like on these faux leather bracelets.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/southwestern-style-leather-look-bracelet/

step-4a.jpg
 

Trick #7 The pokey end of the tool makes a great scrap cleaner around the edge of the pearl. 

step-6.jpg

Trick #8 Make the large pearl, use the medium ball tool to make a dent in it and add a small pearl of a different color to make a elegant decoration.

 step-6a.jpg

Trick #9 Use the pearls to create a bezel for a cabochon.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/southwestern-style-leather-look-bracelet/ 

step-7a.jpg

Look at how you can add more color and detail to a design with these pearls.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/sculpey-souffle-retro-pendant/ 

Trick #10  Use thinner layers of clay to create polka dots that can be used alone or layered.  I prefer to make the thinner layers on paper so that the clay sticks in the tool until I lightly press it into place.  If the clay sticks to the paper, put the tool back over it and swipe the tool towards you to scoop up the polka dot.step-13.jpg

The sheet of clay with the polka dots can be run through the clay conditioning machine to make ovals too!

step-12.jpg
 

Here are some great examples of how you can use the Etch 'n Pearl tool in my recent creative map:

step-14.jpg

 

 

 

spumoni-swirl-bracelet.jpg

Sculpey Soufflé Spumoni Swirl Bracelet

Some other great links to Sculpey projects using Etch 'n Pearls include Amy Koranek’s bracelet where she used the pearls to hold the hardware:

http://www.sculpey.com/project/sculpey-souffle-spumoni-swirl-bracelet/

 

So get those Etch 'n Pearls out and show us what YOU do with them!

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POLYFORM-Sculpey Etch 'n Pearl Set.

Three different size rods for piercing and suspending beads during baking. Functional sharp points are great for etching detail in clay pieces. Perfect pearls are created with the three sizes of domed pearl ends. A must have tool!

Use the pointed ends of these tools to add fine details to clay or to pierce beads. Use the concave ends to create delicate pearl patterns.

This package contains three metal Etch 'n Pearl tools in different sizes: 4mm, 6mm, 8mm. Clean with soap and water. Caution: points are extremely sharp: handle with care. Imported.

Click "Videos" above and take a look at a little different way to use the Etch 'n Pearls

10 Tricks for Etch 'n Pearls

Etch 'n Pearls aren’t hard to use, but there are tricks..

step-1.jpg

Trick #1 Use the widest setting on your Clay Conditioning Machine to make a nice fat pearl.

Trick #2 Make your pearls on a smooth ceramic tile so that the pearls will stick to the tile and not in the tool. Then just peel up the remaining sheet of clay to expose your pearls.

Trick #3 Dip the Etch 'n Pearl in water every couple of pearls – again so that they stick to the tile and not the tool. A small bottle cap works great.

step-2a.jpg

Etch 'n Pearls are a great way to add color accents, create frames, cover seams.  They are also easy to get carried away with, like I did with the cutter bracelets. 

Trick #4 An empty clay wrapper with a little Sculpey Bake 'n Bond in it, a toothpick and you can securely attach your pearls. 

step-3.jpg

Trick #5 Use the pokey end of the tool to not only press a hole in the pearl for more texture, but to help secure it to the clay surface below. See how it changes the whole look of the pearl? 

step-4.jpg

Trick #6 Try using other tools to create a texture.  For instance the rubber chisel end of the medium ball tool in the Sculpey Essential Tool Kit or the Style and Details kit makes a great philips head screw look.  These are great for covering seams in clay like on these faux leather bracelets.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/southwestern-style-leather-look-bracelet/

step-4a.jpg
 

Trick #7 The pokey end of the tool makes a great scrap cleaner around the edge of the pearl. 

step-6.jpg

Trick #8 Make the large pearl, use the medium ball tool to make a dent in it and add a small pearl of a different color to make a elegant decoration.

 step-6a.jpg

Trick #9 Use the pearls to create a bezel for a cabochon.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/southwestern-style-leather-look-bracelet/ 

step-7a.jpg

Look at how you can add more color and detail to a design with these pearls.

http://www.sculpey.com/project/sculpey-souffle-retro-pendant/ 

Trick #10  Use thinner layers of clay to create polka dots that can be used alone or layered.  I prefer to make the thinner layers on paper so that the clay sticks in the tool until I lightly press it into place.  If the clay sticks to the paper, put the tool back over it and swipe the tool towards you to scoop up the polka dot.step-13.jpg

The sheet of clay with the polka dots can be run through the clay conditioning machine to make ovals too!

step-12.jpg
 

Here are some great examples of how you can use the Etch 'n Pearl tool in my recent creative map:

step-14.jpg

 

 

 

spumoni-swirl-bracelet.jpg

Sculpey Soufflé Spumoni Swirl Bracelet

Some other great links to Sculpey projects using Etch 'n Pearls include Amy Koranek’s bracelet where she used the pearls to hold the hardware:

http://www.sculpey.com/project/sculpey-souffle-spumoni-swirl-bracelet/

 

So get those Etch 'n Pearls out and show us what YOU do with them!

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One of my most favorite tools!

I looked at several sites for this products and Poly Clay Play has the best price along with an all-around great selection of products. Thanks again!
Posted by Jocelyn Pryor on Apr 8th 2017

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SKU: ASETPL
UPC: 715891140598
Width: 3.20
Height: 9.50
Depth: 0.50