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June 06, 2012

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Carrie Harvey

I love that bracelet! Can you use the Vintage Patina Inks on polymer clay as well as metal?
My preferred medium is polymer clay and I enjoy using metal bits but like to get multi-purpose paints etc!
Thanks in advance -
Carrie

B'sue

Yes you can use the patina inks with polymer clay....as well as acrylic paints. Very successfully! We sell the Vintaj inks at bsueboutiques.com

B'sue

Emma Todd of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada was the winner of the 50.00 prize certificate....I just now found out. Congratulations, Emma! You're gonna have fun at bsueboutiques.com

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