Topics Covered In This Video:
- The Simple Slicer is a neat little tool designed by polymer clay artist Lee Ann Armstrong, for slicing thin even slices of polymer clay canes, slabs and mokume gane techniques.
- Without a tool like this, it can be tricky to cut consistent and uniform slices from your large canes or slabs, especially when they are getting down to the ends.
- I tell a quick story about how this tool came into my studio. Here is a link to a video of Cindy Peterson, the member I mentioned in the story, who originally sent me the Simple Slicer tool.
- I demonstrate how to use the Simple Slicer for slabs and round canes. With tips and tricks for using scrap clay bumpers, which peeler I liked best, keeping the blade clean, etc. etc.
Question of the Day:
Is this Simple Slicer a tool that you think would work for you in your polymer clay studio? If you buy one from Lee Ann Armstrong on Etsy, please let her know that you saw my demo video. Let me know too, in the comments section below.
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