Want an impression on both sides of your polymer clay? Do it in a single step with a polymer clay sandwich.
To impress a thin sheet of clay, you’ll need light texture sheets. My favorites include lint-free dust cloths, mesh produce bags, and lace.
If your texture sheets are thin enough, you can make your sandwich in your pasta machine.
An alternate method is to sandwich your clay between texture sheets and roll over the top with your acrylic roller just once. (Clay moves under the roller so repeated rolling will distort the impression.)
For a thicker piece of clay, such as a bead, you can make a deeper impression. A rubber stamp and dust rag were used to impress the beads in the “Powder Magic” post.