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==> Have you ever been excited about trying a new material with polymer clay but had no idea how to even start working with it?
==> You may have heard the term "Alcohol Ink" but not sure how to use it?
==> Are you looking for a new ideas to use Alcohol Ink on cured, un-cured and liquid polymer clay?

Your questions have been answered.
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Long before the era of digital age, with laptops, ipads and smart phones, there was only INK.
Incredible, isn't it?

Can you imagine how the world would look like without INK?

Books, newspapers, love letters, piano notes, symphonies and art paintings might look different from how you know them theses days.
INK made the whole difference.

Thousands of years ago, the human kind began using ink for writing.
This was the beginning of a wonderful journey for this fascinating material, and for the last months, also for me.

My new tutorial is dedicated to a unique relationship between polymer clay and alcohol INK -

INKredible Polymer.

I am happy to reveal my quest discoveries, while exploring, using, mixing, nearly fighting to turn Inked polymer clay into a new chemistry element :)

Although I was a complete beginner using alcohol inks 3 months ago, a special request by a friend introduced me into a new adventure.

Studying, researching, experimenting, practicing, mixing, and learning all about Alcohol inks, head to tow, top to bottom.

My 3 months journey and insights are offered to you in these INKredible classes.

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In Vol. 42 - INKredible Polymer II you will learn how to create:
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5 Projects; 2 Videos

==> "Garden Walkway" - A hexagon bracelet AND 2 bold neck piece projects using alcohol inks and liquid polymer clay in an un-traditional way.

==> The "Luminous Metallics" jewelry - 2 trendy projects with deep metallic colors, 3D effects and shimmering beads - Use materials you never imagined that will work together!

==> Included in Vol. 42 - 2 super detailed videos with all the steps necessary to complete your projects from start to finish.

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Class Level -
All levels.
Previous experience with polymer clay is recommended although my videos include lot's of explanations.

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Only PolyPediaOnline tutorials contains several projects in a single file!
The tutorials are explained with detailed instructions and numerous photos to guide you through.
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==> When purchasing my tutorials (separately, or all) you will get unlimited access to all videos. There is no limitation on the number of times you can watch the videos, but you can not download them to your hard drive.
These videos are password protected and passwords will be sent to you by email after your complete your purchase along with the PDF files.

The tutorial will be sent to you by E-mail in PDF format as soon as I receive the payment notification message from PayPal. Please make sure that your email in paypal is correct, verify that it is up to date, or specify a different email address you would like me to use.

Please allow up to 24 hours for the instructions file to be emailed to you. I do try to check my email as frequent as possible.

More tutorials are now available in the tutorial section
http://www.etsy.com/shop/irismishly?section_id=6202770

Thank you!

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Polymer Clay Tutorial PolyPedia E-Book Vol 42 - INKredible Polymer, Alcohol Ink Tutorial, PDF & 2 Videos - Necklace and Pendants Projects

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, clear resin, alcohol inks
  • Ships worldwide from Israel
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