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freewaydog
« on: November 13, 2013 08:19:17 AM »

I have seen 2 different methods online how to transfer printed images to polymer clay, but that is not what I want.  What I really want is I could swear I saw in craft stores all along through last year, that there was this special clay that is especially made for inkjet image transfer.  NOW I go in craft stores, nobody at all knows what I am talking about & they claim that such a clay had never existed.  I know I saw it.  Am I crazy?  Can anyone help me out here?  Does anyone know what I am talking about?  What is this clay & where may I get it now?  Thanks.
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tiffi_333
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2013 02:30:25 PM »

i think you might be talking about the liquid clay that people use for image transfers alot http://www.cottagefever.com/transfertechnique.html tells you how to do it. just ask the stores for "liquid polymer clay" and they should have it, if not its very easy to order online
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freewaydog
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2013 02:41:27 PM »

Thanks, but I am afraid this does not sound like what I am thinking of, either.  I just do not remember what it is, but this does not sound familiar, thanks anyway.
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