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  1. Hannah
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    Where did you find metal clay that you just bake like you would polymer clay? I use ArtClay copper metal clay and you have to use a torch to actually make it into metal, and the bronze metal clay I know of needs to be fired in a kiln. The picture before the headband was painted still looks like clay. I think what you have is a metallic polymer clay if it is the pardo clay that is in the picture, and not actual metal clay made with actual metal particles and a clay binder that burns away. What you did is perfectly fine, and much less expensive than actual metal clay, but there is a difference between metallic clay and metal clay. Metal clay just needs to be burnished to bring out the shine, just in case what you have is actually true metal.

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