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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

How to make a chunky feather cuff bracelet mica shift with polymer clay

Today's tutorial features a totally simple quick way to use mica shift techniques. You don't have to get fussy with mica shift, and when you use the same stamp to create both the flat mica shift areas AND highly textured areas, you get a really nice coordinating design.

Kira used the Feather Your Nest rubber stamp, Peacock Feather silkscreen, Blowing in the Wind feather mold, and a bracelet blank to create this project. You can get the stamp, screen, and mold in our Feather Your Nest tool collection, or get them separately.

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