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Sizing: Creates a flower approximately 1.5 inches wide. It can be made smaller by pulling the petals closer to the center. Largest cutter is .75 inches tall.
HOW TO CREATE: These floral cutters are designed for creators to use them however they see fit. I like to roll out to a 4 on my pasta machine and then use a ball tool to thin out the petals even more. Use three petal 1's in a triangle pattern and three petal 2's in a triangle pattern to create the outer layer of the magnolia with six total petals. Then use three petal 3's in a triangle pattern to create the inner layer of the magnolia. The inner layer should have a little more structure as the leaves are pointed up instead of out. For the center, you can use a small circle or create a more 3D center. Only the petals are included in this listing.
If you need a method to prevent sticking, I prefer to use cornstarch. You can also cover your clay with cling wrap, but this will cause a rounded edge. Press down, wiggle a little, and gently rock back and forth to release. I would also recommend using firmer clay (place in the freezer or refrigerator for a bit if it's soft or sticky).
Jackson & June Polymer Clay Cutters are 3D Printed with PLA. This cutter has a .35mm cutting edge. All of our cutters are made to order. Due to the intricacy of these cutters, extended print time is required. Please check the home page for current cutter processing time.