Polymer Clay Review: Premo! Opal

Posted on May 27, 2015 in Product Reviews by Katie Oskin

Premo! Accents® Polymer Clay Review

Polyform’s 2015 Color Releases

2015 Polyform Color Review - Premo Sculpey Accents®

Opal Polymer Clay Review:

  • 2015 Polyform Color Review - Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay in OpalBrand / Line: Premo! Sculpey® by Polyform
  • Name: Opal
  • Color Shift Rating: 4
  • Softness Rating: 4
  • Notes:
    • This color unlike some of the other 2015 new colors, this clay was much firmer in the pack.
    • As is typical of translucent clay, it will yellow when baked.
    • The thicker the clay, the more yellow it will become.
    • The picture at right shows both unbaked & baked clays. The top is the #2 thickness on my Atlas. The bottom is a #5 thickness on my Atlas. You can see the difference. The thinner the sheet, the more it is truly opal.
    • Will this clay give a true “opal” effect. I believe that it will in very thin layers. As a thick piece I do not believe it captures the true opal effects.
  • Palette Considerations:
    • This looks gorgeous paired with any jewel toned colors.
    • Here’s a FREE project by syndee holt that shows how layering this in thin sheets can create an awesome effect!

SEE ALL THE 2015 NEW COLORS FROM POLYFORM

Read more about my Color Shift & Softness Ratings here.

The polymer clay for this review was generously provided to me by Polyform.

Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,
 

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