Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Polymer Clay Canes for Nail Art

Seems like animal prints are getting popular! I have received a custom order for raw polymer clay cane slices to be embed into nail art designs for nail artists. Fimo is popular for nail art but I am using PREMO. It has been tested and works just as great!

My new product:

SLICEIT Raw Polymer Clay Pre-Sliced Nail Art Cane

Custom Orders are welcome.


DBS Studio said...

how is the cane applied and baked onto the finger nail? Is the fake nail baked with the cane in an oven and THEN the nail is applied to the hand? or are the canes applied to the nail (already on the finger) and then heat is applied somehow? I can't find any info on this. Thanks

Andy said...

These look good. I have seen many looking out for zebra designs also. There is no end to the beautiful designs that are available in fimo art and one is better than the other.

Lilin (aka Christina) said...

The raw sliced cane is 'sandwich' in between acrylic or gel application. It remains 'raw' and no baking is required. Its 'raw' state gives more flexibility in terms of design application compared to those cane slices which had been heat-cured (baked).

: )

Moving back to Singapore

Yes, I am going home... I will miss Hobby Lobby and Michaels' a lot! Hope I will have the time to continue claying 🙌