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1. impress texture into polymer clay. 2. paint with acrylic paints the impressed areas, let it dry. 3. paint the raised lines with contrast color, let it dry. 4. smooth with a roller or through the pasta machine. 5. apply a very thin sheet oh translucent clay. 6. you can roll it again through the pasta machine , it depends how much do you want to stretch it 7. place on polymer clay sheet and cut as you wish. 8. bake, sand and buff.