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Fairly easy way to obtain a faux lapis with inclusions.
Pardo jewelry clay – lapislazuli, covellite, blue crystal, grey jasper. You can also use the blue of Art clay in the mix, and don’t have to use all the blues
Part Art clay white
Pardo translucent transparent
I am using here the Indigo Blu Eton Mess
But you can use a much cheaper brand that contains pale gold flakes, American Crafts
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