Polymer Clay Covered Tins


Well, I’ve been working on a new set of classes, this time covering old Altoid-style tins with polymer clay.  I also was playing with a new cane, and came up with these. I think they look like orange poppies!

Gum tin   Mint tinClass Samples 

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2 Responses to “Polymer Clay Covered Tins”

  1. angela Says:

    Do you put any glue or adhesive on the tin before you bake the clay on it? or does it just stick when you bake the clay? Beautiful tins!

  2. Jenny Says:

    Actually, the clay sticks pretty well- but a dab of PolyBonder (I have a review of that, too) really make sure it doesn’t come off later. Thanks for asking!

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