Encased Laser Transfer and Inked Pin

Join Donna Kato in this class that combines a transferred laser image, pigment inks, dye inks, and stamping to make this polymer clay art pin. Class includes pdf handout.
Polymer Clay
8:29 PM
8:29 PM

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• Polymer clay - 2 ounces each of black, pearl and translucent - Kato Polyclay
• Pasta machine - Atlas
• Nublade or other rigid clay blade
• Scalpel or craft knife
• Brass tube or other rolling tool
• Liquid polymer clay and brush - Kato Clear Medium
• 2 Small ceramic tiles
• Fine grit sanding block
• Pigment inks (Colorbox Tuscany Petal Point Set)
• Permanent inks (Staz On - Ultramarine, Red)
• White pigment stamp pad (Color Box Frost White)
• Various rubber stamps
• Toner or laser copied images, not inkjet
• Spray bottle with water
• Heat embossing gun
• CA (cyanoacrylate) glue - Kato Polyglue
• Optional: High gloss sheen: 400, 600 grit wet/dry sandpaper, electric buffer.

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Donna Kato

Donna Kato owes her career in clay to procrastination. You see, she was supposed to find a demonstrator for Kemper Enterprises at what was then known as the ACCI Show, and she didn’t. Having painted herself into that corner, she had no choice but to demo her way out.

Having been born with that “sure, I can do it” attitude, she forged ahead into what were parts unknown and discovered she really liked demonstrating, she really liked the art and craft industry. Through demonstrating, she discovered she loved to teach! She already loved polymer clay so she...
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