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Pardo Translucent Art Clay Transparent

Viva Decor
$6.99
$3.49
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High quality modeling clay that can be hardened in a conventional oven for designing jewelry and accessories. Gorgeous pastel colored translucent effect colors with light, translucent appearance. Contains bees wax and premium pigments.

  • with natural bees wax
  • special relief effects
  • sweat and saliva proof
  • odorless in the oven

Transparent/Translucent Available in:

translucent.jpg aqua.jpg lightblue.jpg lilac.jpg orange.jpg pink.jpg red.jpg yellow.jpg
Transparent Translucent Transparent Aqua Transparent Light Blue Transparent Lilac Transparent Orange Transparent Pink Transparent Red Transparent Yellow

 Please note: In order to get the most "see-through" effect, you have to make the clay very thin.  Transparent Translucent is the only color above that looks as close to transparent as possible.  Here is the definition comparison of Translucent vs. Transparent:

 Glass, for example, is transparent to all visible light. Translucent objects allow some light to travel through them. Materials like frosted glass and some plastics are called translucent. When light strikes translucent materials, only some of the light passes through them.

 

Ginger Davis Allman - The Blue Bottle Tree - did extensive comparison testing with the different brands of translucent clays. Click to read her findings here and here.

Pardo Translucent is claimed by many artists to be the strongest and clearest, whitest translucent available.

Please also take a look at the article written by Ginger at The Blue Bottle Tree:
"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 Translucent Art Clay."

Here are some conditioning tips:

 

Please read this article by Ginger at TheBlueBottleTree.com
https://thebluebottletree.com/how-to-condition-pardo-translucent-art-clay/

 

" Fimo Professional, Cernit, and Pardo are naturally crumbly but this goes away with conditioning."

Please take a look at this video.
https://polyclayplay.com/how-to-condition-all-pardo-clays/

If you have questions about conditioning Pardo, click Videos and take a look at the short video.  Please don't assume it is bad clay!

"Plaquing, also known as mooning, is a pattern of little pockets of air that develop inside of some brands of polymer clay as it cures."

Watch this video to see how to reduce "plaquing" or "mooning" with Pardo Translucent

 

 

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Description

High quality modeling clay that can be hardened in a conventional oven for designing jewelry and accessories. Gorgeous pastel colored translucent effect colors with light, translucent appearance. Contains bees wax and premium pigments.

  • with natural bees wax
  • special relief effects
  • sweat and saliva proof
  • odorless in the oven

Transparent/Translucent Available in:

translucent.jpg aqua.jpg lightblue.jpg lilac.jpg orange.jpg pink.jpg red.jpg yellow.jpg
Transparent Translucent Transparent Aqua Transparent Light Blue Transparent Lilac Transparent Orange Transparent Pink Transparent Red Transparent Yellow

 Please note: In order to get the most "see-through" effect, you have to make the clay very thin.  Transparent Translucent is the only color above that looks as close to transparent as possible.  Here is the definition comparison of Translucent vs. Transparent:

 Glass, for example, is transparent to all visible light. Translucent objects allow some light to travel through them. Materials like frosted glass and some plastics are called translucent. When light strikes translucent materials, only some of the light passes through them.

 

Ginger Davis Allman - The Blue Bottle Tree - did extensive comparison testing with the different brands of translucent clays. Click to read her findings here and here.

Pardo Translucent is claimed by many artists to be the strongest and clearest, whitest translucent available.

Please also take a look at the article written by Ginger at The Blue Bottle Tree:
"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 Translucent Art Clay."

Here are some conditioning tips:

 

Please read this article by Ginger at TheBlueBottleTree.com
https://thebluebottletree.com/how-to-condition-pardo-translucent-art-clay/

 

" Fimo Professional, Cernit, and Pardo are naturally crumbly but this goes away with conditioning."

Please take a look at this video.
https://polyclayplay.com/how-to-condition-all-pardo-clays/

If you have questions about conditioning Pardo, click Videos and take a look at the short video.  Please don't assume it is bad clay!

"Plaquing, also known as mooning, is a pattern of little pockets of air that develop inside of some brands of polymer clay as it cures."

Watch this video to see how to reduce "plaquing" or "mooning" with Pardo Translucent

 

 

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Reviews (14)

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The product is in great shape, packaged well, and shipping did not take too longl
Posted by Hazel Clare on Oct 29th 2020

I'm in love with the Pardo translucent clays. They are exactly what I needed for my pieces and as of now, everyone that has seen a piece that I used the trans on are fully impressed. I have sold every piece I've used the Pardo on.
Posted by Lynn Morris on Oct 19th 2020

Pardo is the best clay I have ever use to make gemstones with because it is the most clear translucent. This was my first pardo experience but I will definitely be purchasing more pardo.
Posted by Sonya Ipock on Feb 5th 2019

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Additional info

SKU: TRTrans
UPC: 4042972495008
Width: 2.10
Height: 3.75
Depth: 1.00
Warranty: Pardo cannot be returned because of the following information. You may assume it is bad clay when, in fact, it has to be conditioned properly. Here are some conditioning tips: Please read this article by Ginger at TheBlueBottleTree.com https://thebluebottletree.com/how-to-condition-pardo-translucent-art-clay/ " Fimo Professional, Cernit, and Pardo are naturally crumbly but this goes away with conditioning." Please take a look at this video. https://polyclayplay.com/how-to-condition-all-pardo-clays/