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Art deco pattern silkscreen, chain silkscreen for polymer clay,

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Art deco pattern silkscreen, chain silkscreen for polymer clay,

This Claytime Tools silkscreen features art deco chain seamless pattern. You can use it on polymer clay, textile, paper etc.
The size of the silkscreen is 75mm X 105mm.

How to use it:
Place your silkscreen on your surface, apply your paint (preferably a heavybody paint) on the edge of the silkscreen and then holding a squeegee or an old credit card spread the paint across the silkscreen. Remove the silkscreen carefully and place it immediately in the water to remove the paint with your fingers. Do not scrub the silkscreen with sponge or any other object. It may damage it. The silkscreen can be used many times if you take care of it.

If you have any questions, don#39;t hesitate to contact me.

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