Pardo Jewelry Clay - Agate Translucent
Pardo is one of the strongest clays on the market!
It’s easy to assume that your clay has been partially cured or is old. But hold on! There is a trick to it. Pardo is not like other brands of polymer clay. Here’s how to condition Pardo Clay... Click to read more.
You will receive one 2 oz. package of clay.
Viva Decor has two translucent clays. When in doubt, please check the label on the back of the package. One will say Transparent Transparent and the other will say Agate Translucent. The front of the package may be exactly the same for both. Please read the article here for more information:
"The Translucent line of clay has 7 translucent colors and a single uncolored translucent color they call “Agate”. This is a softer clay that is easier to handle but is not as translucent or clear as the Transparent from the Art Clay line. The Pardo Agate slices and conditions easily and doesn’t have the handling frustrations that the Translucent Art Clay has. And if you’ve ever been frustrated with the stickiness and goopiness of Cernit Translucent, you’ll love this brand. I recommend this brand highly for my Watercolor Agate tutorial!
Pardo Translucent Agate is not as clear as the Art Clay translucent, however. But as with the Art Clay, it does get a bit more clear when it’s baked hotter. You can see the comparison here (a picture is shown in the article)."