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This forum has been a way to provide a public exchange of questions and answers for polymer clay sculptors. But, as I said in my final post, there comes a time when all things must end. That doesn't mean the forum used as an archive has nothing to offer. Indeed it is still loaded with questions and answers that remain relevant and which are searchable! For that reason, I'm keeping it available, though no new posts can be added. If after searching the forum your question isn't addressed, Join me on to ask it. As always, you'll find me there as Katherine Dewey. Hope to see you there. --  Katherine

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"gluing sculpey skin"

I "glued some super sculpey sheet with sculpey diluent over an old test doll head.. I cured it, looks fine. I'd like to know, since I've never heard of this, if it's a good thing to do because it could help to redo a doll's face, cause I messed it up with the painting and the acetone.
Thank you so much for your answers and that wonderful forum.

Re: "gluing sculpey skin"

I think it's terrific that you experimented and found a solution. I've done the very same thing, but not always successfully. Problems that have occured were the formation of air bubbles. I had to repair those. Make certain the clay is firmly pressed down against the surface to prevent this happening.
All the best,

Re: "gluing sculpey skin"

thank you for that encouraging answer , Katherine! That's lovely!