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  • Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART
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  • Accessories
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Designer
  • Tim Holtz
  • Dyan Reaveley
  • Dina Wakley
  • Wendy Vecchi
  • Simon Hurley create.
  • Susan Lenart Kazmer
Brand
  • Archival Ink
  • Dina Wakley Media
  • Dylusions By Dyan Reaveley
  • Gel Plate
  • ICE Resin®
  • Letter It™
  • Liquid Pearls
  • Perfect Pearls
  • Ranger
  • Stickles
  • Simon Hurley create.
  • Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink
  • Tim Holtz Distress®
  • TimHoltz Other
  • Vintaj
  • Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART

QuickCure Clay

It’s a new way to clay!  QuickCure Clay is a pliable clay formula that cures in minutes with Ranger’s embossing powder heat tool, there is no need to fire the clay in a kiln or oven. This revolutionary clay formula cures in just minutes.  Colorants can be mixed into the QuickCure Clay before it’s cured, Embossing Powders and Mixed Media Powders can be used to coat the clay; or you can paint the clay for a more detailed look after its cured.  Many different paints and mediums work with the cla... Show More

 

How to use QuickCure Clay
Interested in learning how to use QuickCure Clay?  Check out the video below as Ranger’s Artist Debbie Tlach takes you through the basics step-by-step.  Also be sure to visit our products page and our YouTube page for more inspiration on how to use QuickCure Clay in jewelry and more!

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