Tools and materials
- Polymer clay Premo – White;
- Polymer clay Premo – Pearl;
- Polymer clay Kato – Translucent;
- Polymer clay Kato – Gold;
- Embossing powders, Embossing Powders Nemravka shop;
- Ice Enamel Embossing powders;
- Metallic/Pearl Powders;
- Safety Solvent Aves;
- Acrylic paint – Gold;
- Acrylic paint – Black;
- Mini grater;
- Deli paper;
- Plastic bag;
- PC blade;
- Acrylic roller.
Some process description
For making this stone and to achieve the realistic look, I used the “cold enamels” powders – embossing powders that I had in my storage. You can find them in any craft shop or on amazon.
I added the links to the description below the video so you can see the brand name too. First, I used “Gold Glits” because I wanted to achieve the golden veins in the stone. Another (just because I bought it too one day ago) is “Golden Star” also for the golden vein effect. And then, I used golden pearl powder, for the same reason! In the next step, I used also Ice Enamels – it is black with inclusions… with the enamels, I used black acrylic paint. Before the paint is dried, I added golden powder again.
Next step, I used gold Premo clay. I cut it into small pieces and then covered it with gold acrylic paint and also added some golden pearl powder and “Golden Star” embossing powder.
After all manipulations with clay, powders, and paint, I prepared the white clay in pieces of different sizes. Then I used black and silver pearl powder from PearlEx and black embossing powder to achieve the black veins in stone.
And then, I just put together all the clay I prepared!
I want to notice, that all the process is completely spontaneous and creative. I had an idea in my mind to make a white marble veneer with golden inclusions and veins, and then finish this veneer in an iPad holder for my daughter!
When you gather your marble cane, be sure there are enough big size white pieces of clay. It makes the marble veneer more realistic. Also, use more black paint on white pieces of clay. Let the paint dry completely before you will put the clay together.
If you will have any questions, just ask me below this post!
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With best wishes
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