In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating your own stencils to use with polymer clay. Creating your own polymer clay stencils is quick and easy, and you can use them again and again.
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Materials used to Make Polymer Clay Stencils:
- Stencil material
- Stencil cutter
- Black polymer clay
- Acrylic roller
- Pearl Ex powders
- 305 Art Nouveau Jewelry Designs
- Louis Comfort Tiffany Masterworks
- Gold acrylic paint
- Nail brushes
Making Your Polymer Clay Stencils
I started with a book of Art Nouveau jewelry designs for inspiration: 305 Art Nouveau Jewelry Designs
I went over the lines with Gold acrylic paint.
And then I put a layer of Resin on top to protect it.
I made a second stencil using the book Louis Comfort Tiffany Masterworks for inspiration.
It had a lot of small pieces, which kept falling out of the stencil, so I glued it to a piece of card stock.
Here it is imprinted on the clay:
Again, I painted it with the pearl ex powders. Here’s the inspiration, the final piece, the drawing I started with, and the stencil.
See my other polymer clay tutorials: http://mermaidsden.com/category/polymer-clay/