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1. Using the cutting mat, ruler and matte knife, cut 1/4� strips from each color of plastic. Next cut each strip in half with a scissor.

2. Place the baking sheet onto the preheated griddle. One at a time, place the plastic strips onto the baking sheet. Make sure each strip is stuck in place before adding the next. Try to press each strip tightly against the one before, to prevent any gaps. Allow the plastic to soften and seal together.

3. Place the teeth of the marbling

4. Place the teeth of the

comb against the baking sheet and draw the comb towards you in a wavy “S� pattern cutting through the plastic.

marbling comb in between the lines you just cut. Now push the comb away following the same wavy pattern, bisecting the previous pass.

NOTE: It is very important that you keep the teeth of the comb against the pan while cutting through the plastic.

5. Remove the pan from the

6. Apply the Envirotex Lite sealer

griddle. While the plastic is still warm, Press the cutter into the softened plastic. Dip the cutter back into the cold water after each cut. This will help keep the plastic from sticking. Allow the plastic to cool.

following the manufactures instructions. Note: I place my pieces on a non stick cookie sheet. Once I have the envirotex mixed, I pour it into a small squeeze bottle. The application is more precise. Blow softly through a straw in order to pop any bubbles that remain. Cures in 24 hours.

Materials and Supplies Friendly plastic 7� sticks: Orange Copper, Burnt Orange, Swirl, Fuchsia Friendly plastic marbling comb Oval shape cutter Small dish of cold water with a few drops of olive oil in it. Note: keep the cutter in this dish Cutting mat Acrylic ruler Mat knife or utility knife Craft knife Scissor Electric griddle set at 200 to 250 degrees Non-stick baking sheet Envirotex Lite sealer Non-stick cookie sheet Jewelry components and findings of your choice

Marbled ca

bochons ma

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t focal piece

in any style

of jewelry.

Supplies available at:


Friendly Plastic supply store

Crimson Marbled Pendant  

Friendly Plastic marbling technique. Developed and designed by Jana Ewy

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