Fun with Polymer Clay: Flower Pen
3 bricks of Fimo 2.0 oz polymer clay
(1 effectswhite glitter, 1 soft blue, 1 soft green
Bic Stick Pen
(the tip with ink needs to beremovable)
Polymer Clay blade
(or razor blade)
Polymer Clay acrylic roller
(or non-porous roller)
A non-porous tile
(with no texture) for rolling andworking with clay. The hardware store is a greatplace to pick one up.
to wipe roller and blade as needed.
Before you start working ,
read the back of the claybricks and note the temperature and amount of timethe clay needs to be baked in the oven. For the Fimoclay used here, it notes 230 degrees F for 30minutes.
Wet-sandpaper – 400, 800, and 1000 grit.
I usually purchase this at an automotiveparts store. The one pictured below has an assortment of the grits I need plus 220 grit. Iwould not recommend using 220 grit on polymer clay since it quite abrasive and leavesscratches. Cut the sandpaper into smaller squares making sure the grit # is displayed on theback. If not, write it with permanent marker as a reference.
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