How to Design a Sculpey Covered Pen

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How to Design a Sculpey Covered Pen
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Separate the ink from the barrel; set aside

Separate the ink from the barrel; set aside

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Cut two or more pieces of Sculpey clay

Cut two or more pieces of Sculpey clay

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Flatten both pieces of Sculpey clay using brayer or dowel type object

Flatten both pieces of Sculpey clay using brayer or dowel type object

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Sandwich Sculpey pieces on top of one another

Sandwich Sculpey pieces on top of one another

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Tightly roll up your Sculpey like a jelly roll; I added a small white coil to the inside before rolling

Tightly roll up your Sculpey like a jelly roll; I added a small white coil to the inside before rolling

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Roll out the "jelly roll" to further thin it out

Roll out the "jelly roll" to further thin it out

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Final thinned out roll

Final thinned out roll

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Slice your "jelly roll" into even sized pieces

Slice your "jelly roll" into even sized pieces

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Further flatten pieces with your brayer or finger tips

Further flatten pieces with your brayer or finger tips

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Add flat pieces of Sculpey to barrel of pen; don't forget the top!

Add flat pieces of Sculpey to barrel of pen; don't forget the top!

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This is what your pen barrel should look like

This is what your pen barrel should look like

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Gently roll to compress and even out pieces of sculpey

Gently roll to compress and even out pieces of sculpey

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Place on foil lined cookie sheet for 10 mins at 250 degrees

Place on foil lined cookie sheet for 10 mins at 250 degrees

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Place ink back in barrel. Here's your Sculpey covered pen! You can replace ink when it runs out. Have fun experimenting with designs!

Place ink back in barrel. Here's your Sculpey covered pen! You can replace ink when it runs out. Have fun experimenting with designs!

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