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Today, Sherri Haab demonstrates how easy it is to use a simple pattern (like a Celtic knot, for example) along with a sheet of PMC to create a classic clay pendant.

I didn’t know what PMC sheet was before seeing this video, but basically it’s precious metal clay in a paper-like form—thin, flexible, easy-to-cut, and perfect for transferring patterns onto, as you’ll see below. Take a look:

More jewelry-making tutorials are available in Sherri’s full DVD at Creative Catalyst.

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In today's video, Sherrill Kahn demonstrates how to achieve an airbrush-style effect on paper or fabric using acrylic paint and sponges. As you'll see below, the trick is to remove nearly all the paint from the sponge before whisking or rubbing it across your surface. The lighter you press, the lighter the effect. Masking tape offers even more control over your final result. Take a look: Want to learn more? Pick up Sherrill's full acrylic painting dvd at Creative Catalyst. . . read more

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