Have you ever wanted to add some dimension to your polymer clay pieces and wondered if a 3D Fabric Paint like Scribbles would be compatible? Here’s your chance to find out!
In this video I show you a paint swatch sample of Scribbles Shiny Black and Shiny White that I set aside 4 years ago and forgot about. I check out the surface of both the clay and the paint to see how they fared over time, and do a scratch test to see just how durable it would be to use in high wear situations like jewelry and beads.
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