2 silkscreens with a feather design. I have a free video tutorial on how to make the green earrings...read on.
The feather measures about 60mm tall or 25mm wide (2 3/8" x 1 inch. See the sample of earrings in the photos. A simple instruction sheet on how to use will be mailed along with the screen.
Left and right side screens are especially handy for earrings, or if you aren't into creating jewelry, use these for paper arts, fabric, or smooth wood, glass, in soap making (print a design on your hard soaps), use etching cream on glass or use on smooth metal for cuff bracelets.
You may use this screen any way you wish, in items you plan to give away or sell. I mainly use these on polymer clay with mica powders, chalks, soft artist pastels and acrylic paints.
When using paints, please use Jacquard, Jones Tones or Golden Acrylic Paints or similar paints which are fine particle paints. Heavy or medium body acrylics are fine. Liquid or watery paints are not recommended.
After using these paints, you should gently wash the screen in warm water as soon as possible as dry paints are hard if not impossible to remove. Let screen dry before using again or immediately paint the next area of your project. Doing so will allow you to use the screen over and over.
NOTE: These are not open work hard plastic stencils, but silk screens with a woven mesh, so cannot be used for pencil tracing.
To see more samples, please have a look at some of my other screen designs.
Screens are made to order, so please allow 2 - 3 days for me to get them made.
Watch my free Video Tutorials...
One of my YouTube Channels is Beadcomber's Polymer Clay Tutorials:
Shipping is from the West Coast of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.
For non-digital items, please allow for sufficient time for item/s to arrive. Mailing times vary depending on option chosen and on location. If you have questions, please contact me.
Currently only my Tutorials are available for download as I rearrange my shop. My molds, silkscreens and other items will become available again mid-May. Sorry for the inconvenience.