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How to Make Polymer Clay Fairy Doors

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Use polymer clay to add to your fairy collection. This is a cool project you'll want to put together on your own. You even get to use a pasta machine if you have one.

Materials:

  • Pigment powders
  • Woodgrain Polymer Clay (see tutorial below)
  • Black Polymer Clay
  • Wax Paper
  • Texture Plates
  • Pasta machine or rolling pin
  • Polymer clay carving tools

Instructions:

  1. Massage clay to soften it until it is the desired consistency. Do not over soften the clay.
  2. Roll out clay into a sheet and press the texture plate into the sheet of clay. Make sure you put enough pressure on the plate so that the image is properly transferred.


     
  3. Peel off texture plate and cut the desired shaped door into the clay using your carving tool.


     
  4. Dip finger into Pearl Ex pigment powder and gently rub on top of door, trying not to get the powder into the textured sections.


     
  5. Use a different color to paint the inside of the textured sections. I recommend using a darker color for this part.


     
  6. Use a different color to paint the inside of the textured sections. I recommend using a darker color for this part.


     
  7. Using the woodgrain clay design, cut planks of "wood" and create a door step that is a suitable size in comparison to the door.


     
  8. Place all pieces onto a baking sheet that has been covered in foil. Bake at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 40 minutes, or 30 minutes per 6mm.


     
  9. Sand down rough edges on both the bottom of the door and the base. When done sanding, wipe off the dust that's been created from sanding.


     
  10. Glue door to base and hold in place till dry.

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