Topics Covered In This Video:
- To avoid distorting your polymer clay canes when slicing them, try the following simple tips.
- Use a sharp thin blade.
- Make a scrap clay cradle with raw light colored clay.
- Use water to keep the cane from sticking to the scrap clay cradle.
- Pull or slide blade through clay and raw clay cradle, rather than pushing down with your blade.
Question of the Day:
Have you ever had trouble slicing through your round polymer clay canes? And, do you think you will use this polymer cradle tip?
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