Faux Lampwork Beads [ Polymer Clay Tutorial ]

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Using polymer clay, an inkjet image, nail art foils and Triple Thick Gloss Glaze to achieve a faux lampwork glass effect

Hello dear polymer clay enthusiasts!
I’m still exploring the possibilities of  creating glass-like effects. This time I’m using polymer clay, an inkjet image and nail art foils to create faux lampwork beads.
As a piece of advice, use inkjet printed images with bright colors and small patterns for a great effect.
In order to use an inkjet printed image to decorate the polymer clay pieces, I put a generous coat of Mod Podge and then I applied the image on top (with the printed side facing downwards) and then I tapped on the paper gently but insistently. Then I lifted off the paper and part of the design has been “transferred-decoupaged” onto the polymer clay.
After applying the topcoat of Mod Podge, you can consider your piece sealed. You can apply resin or Triple Thick Gloss Glaze to achieve the glass-like look.
I used sticky embossing powder and the heat…

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2 responses to “Faux Lampwork Beads [ Polymer Clay Tutorial ]

  1. Thank you, my dear friend, for everything! I am grateful for your friendship and for how much you’ve always supported me! Have a wonderful and creative day! Mihaela

    • Aww Mihaela, I apologize for my delay. Just now I’m replying comments of my blog, some made a month ago because I was so busy and I waited my holidays for a nice answer. I’m so proud being a support to you. My pleasure with your Art. Thanks so much for your friendly and truthful comment. Best wishes!

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