Faux Moonstone Tutorial using polymer clay PDF

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In addition to showing how to make faux moonstone cabochons and beads that mimic the most valuable moonstones, it includes how to get an even coat of resin on beads and curved surfaces, use very firm polymer clay, reduce air bubbles, and keep clay dust-free (or very close to it).

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** Different sized frames require me to alter the stencil art and cut a new stencil.


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