Marie Segal's small Christmas tree and a free tutorial on PolymerClayDaily.com

Marie Segal uses the tiniest bits of Cernit to create her pudgy Christmas tree.

Her most recent free small-scale experiments reel us in. Mix a small circle of pearl with a smidge of color and see what happens. No advanced 65-page detailed instructions to plow through.

Trying out her mokume gane mini-tutorial might just convince you to try something new…or not.

Truth is, I’ve never mastered the technique. Maybe I should try again.

Did you know that Marie Segal is credited with first using a pasta machine in 1983 to flatten polymer? She knows a thing or two!

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