Pendant with Kato Polyclay™
Stamped Mokume Gane Pendant using Hill-Tribe Silver Pendant
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There are many different techniques in polymer clay that are called ''Mokume gane'' because they all involve thin layers of clay which are manipulated to reveal beautiful patterns. One interesting technique uses a rubber stamp.
In my quest to find ways to attach polymer clay to findings, something that usually requires adhesives--which don't last, I experimented with a Hill Tribes silver beading disc. The disc has loops in the center of it, which are intended to be used for attaching beaded fringe. The loops give the polymer something to ''latch'' onto, offering a permanent attachment--making these discs a wonderful way to display polymer clay.
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