This one is a Snowflake silkscreen D3 measuring 3 " x 4" plus border. The polymer clay example is made with one of my other silkscreen designs.
Here is a project tutorial that I wrote on how to make a Christmas Star Ornament using one of my silkscreens.
You can use this type of screen on paper, fabric, 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.
NOTE: stencil is not an open design stencil for tracing, but a mesh. It's a silkscreen.
For use on Polymer clay, Fabric, paper and can be used on smooth wood, glass, metal etc. Very low relief and not a deep impression like a rubber stamp mat, but will leave a slight texture when used without paint.
After using paints, you should gently wash the stencil in warm water as soon as possible as dry paints are hard if not impossible to remove. Let stencil dry before using again. Doing so will allow you to use the stencil over and over.
NOTE: Included is a simple instruction sheet mailed along with the silkscreen
To see more samples, please have a look at some of my other screen designs. Ornament shown is for illustrative purposes only, as an example of you can make with the silkscreen.
Silkscreens are made to order, so please allow 2 - 3 days for me to get them made.