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these are fabulous girl.
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oh the talent on these boards!

The brand of pasta maker/roller is &quot;Al Dente&quot;, and it's the hand crank kind. I found it marked down on clearance at a discount store (Marshall's or TJ Max) several years ago. I didn't want to spend much on one to dedicate strictly to clay, so I held out until I found this cheapie. It makes working on flat items SO much easier.
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Tracy

Love these Tracy! They look so professiona&quot;. I'm dying to try it myself now. <img border='0' src='/images/icons/smile.gif'>


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Great Job on the tiles! Love them!
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can you tell me what type of pasta machine (brand, etc) you have?
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Thanks, I have been working with polyclay for many years and never really merged it with scrapping and stamping until I saw stamped clay in an idea book and decided to play around with techniques.
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Tracy

very cool technique... thanks for sharing all the details on how to make these!

Project - Handcrafted stamped polymer clay tiles
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Project - Handcrafted stamped polymer clay tiles
by Tracyarts
posted 07/07/05 at 11:29 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

Stamped polymer clay letter tiles. Base clay is a black Premo clay with silver glitter Fimo mixed in. Rolled to level 7 on pasta machine, and stamped with French handwriting background stamp in silver pigment ink. 1.5“-ish squares cut with clay cutter. Silver clay is Premo silver, rolled to level 3 on pasta machine, stamped with letter stamps in black permanant (solvent type) ink. Cut out into smaller .75”-ish squares and carefully applied. Baked 265 degrees for 20 minutes. Silver ink is heat-set and no need to varnish unless I wish.

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