Original Price: $33.00

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Beam Me Up, Scotty! with Nikolina Otrzan

When Nikolina decided to create pieces inspired by 1950s design, she knew creating polymer clay canes to create the patterns would take way too much time. So, she experimented with a few different methods until she got the results she wanted. Now she shares her secrets with you! Join Nikolina in the fun with this easy-to-use technique, and incorporate it in your daily work to enhance your pieces.

Original Price: $33.00

Special Rate: $18.15

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• pasta machine
• blade
• acrylic roller
• shape template - Melanie Muir's No 19
• X-acto knife
• needle tool
• small round Kemper cutters or similar
• texturing sponge (clay-yo middle one or similar)
• curved baking base - steel flask
• stazon permanent black ink
• small ball stylus tool
• flat scalpel/s (optional but handy)
• small glass tile (optional but handy)
• toothbrush
• small brush
• baking tray
• oven
• polymer clay
• liquid polymer clay
• wax paper
• photocopy paper
• white oil paint
• oil paint in chosen color
• 2 toothpicks
• baby wipes
• kitchen paper towel
• water based varnish (Fimo/Kato/Sculpey)
• sanding sponge/nail file
• pin back 30mm/ 1.181"
• metal gear
• super glue
• genesis thick medium
• baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)

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Nikolina Otrzan

Nikolina Otrzan

"Inspiration is all around us; in everything we see and experience, it's just a matter of how one perceives the world, and what things make us happy and fullfilled." -That's what you'll hear if you ask Nikolina Otr

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