In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating beautiful foiled, alcohol ink polymer clay tiles to add to a wooden box.
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First, I found a free stained glass pattern that I liked, and I used my Cricut Explore One Cutting Machine to cut out the design.
The box wasn’t quite squared off, so that’s why there are gaps around the edge.
I covered it with translucent polymer clay and used the cut-outs from the black frame as stencils.
Here they are after baking:
And after a little more treatment with the heat gun, which makes the translucent clay clearer.
I painted the background black so that any gaps wouldn’t be noticeable, and then I glued in the tiles.