I simply love luscious, shimmering, glossy beads…the shinier the better! I’ve spent many years exploring and experimenting with various mediums to try and achieve just this. When I found out about Kato Liquid Clay and using this product as a sealer or vanish, my heart skipped a beat and I never looked back.
This is a comprehensive tutorial showing my preference for curing Kato Liquid Clay on a finished polymer clay piece. The tutorial covers coating and curing a wide range of different shaped pieces and I’ll share the all important “do’s and don’t” I’ve discovered along the way. As well as learning how to use Kato Liquid Clay as a sealer, I’ll also show you how to create beautiful surface designs incorporating Kato Liquid Clay and a range of other mediums. Once you master these technique, the sky is the limit.
This video contains important information on:
- Kato Liquid Clay.
- Heat guns and safety.
- Work table set up.
- Coating and curing a round bead, a cabochon, a large holed bead, a flat piece, beads with texture and a disc bead.
- Working with foils, embossing powder, mica powder, glitter and micro fine glitter.
- A multitude of tips and tricks.
This video does not contain instructions on how to create the pieces used as samples (for example the cabochon or tube bead). The tutorial simply covers the coating and curing process and additional surface embellishment processes.
Tools and Materials Required:
- Kato Liquid Clay and dedicated brush
- Small container with lid
- Baby wipes
- Old towel
- Baking dish
- Ceramic tile
- Jar or tin can
- Mica powder (any colour)
- Micro fine glitter
- Embossing powder (black)
- Jones Tones or Lisa Pavelka Foils
After purchase you will receive a PDF file containing the video link to your tutorial. This will save to your computers Downloads. Keep this PDF file in a safe location on your computer, so you can easily find it and gain access to re-watch the tutorial at any time.