Step 3: Prepare Your Mat

Get ready to cut. Using blue painter’s tape, secure your sheet of clay to the mat. Set your cutting guide to “heavy paper” if you have an E2, or use {speed:5 pressure:5 depth:2} if you don’t. And for both, I recommend the multi-cut feature and have it cut TWICE.
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You stated that the clay was flexible after baking. Once you get them cut out, what do you do with them? I make jewelry and thought this would be fun to try, seeing that I also have a Cricut machine. But if the clay stays flexible it probably wouldn't work. I do like what you came up with though.
good luck.. very interesting..
very cool technique. I hadn't heard of this new clay, it sounds very interesting. thank you!
If you'd like to read my review of Pardo clay, visit this link: <br>http://www.crafttestdummies.com/craft-product-reviews/craft-product-review-lisa-pavelka-signature-art-clay-by-viva-decor/<br><br>There are also some links in that post to other clay reviews. Thanks for commenting!

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