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Feb 8 10 9:08 AM

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Hi all,

I'm a bit of an addict at collecting things and my latest craze is Japanese papers. OMG they are just divine IRL. I bought some from the Whimsical Bead because I remembered seeing a tutorial using them with polymer clay. Has anyone tried using Japanese papers with polymer clay or liquid clay?

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Feb 8 10 5:38 PM

Sure Janet, here's a link to a tutorial.

http://www.jacquardproducts.com/support/projects/proj0028/

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Feb 8 10 6:22 PM

Donna Kato has a tute on her website using these type of papers and liquid clay.

http://web.mac.com/donna_kato/Site/washi_paper_and_kato_clear_medium.html

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Feb 8 10 8:06 PM

looks interesting and colourful
but i have never done anything like it debbie
wish i had time to play with clay atm!

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Feb 8 10 8:18 PM

Thanks Char, I'll have to have a look and see what she's done. There are some amazing Japanese papers around - beautiful colours and very addictive (like lots of things to do with clay).

Never mind Janet - hopefully soon hey love??

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Feb 8 10 8:32 PM

lol when i win the lottery and dont have to go to that evil place called work
i am too tired at night to do it - well i can play with clay but it just doesnt work the creation isnt there

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Feb 12 10 11:49 AM

I've really enjoyed reading this page on JAPANESE (OR WASHI) PAPERS AND POLYMER CLAY
Thanks for the different links throughout...especially to the Donna Kato site...picked up some interesting tutorials.
Cheers
Chris

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Feb 12 10 11:50 AM

Janet wrote:
lol when i win the lottery and dont have to go to that evil place called work
i am too tired at night to do it - well i can play with clay but it just doesnt work the creation isnt there
I've really enjoyed reading this page on JAPANESE (OR WASHI) PAPERS AND POLYMER CLAY
Thanks for the different links throughout...especially to the Donna Kato site...picked up some interesting tutorials.
Cheers
Chris

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http://www.etsy.com/shop/hotsanddesigns

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Feb 12 10 12:34 PM

Hey Chris, there is just so much you can do with polymer clay and liquid clay isn't there? I just had a look at your etsy and website. Beautiful work.

Debbie
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