Monday, 18 May 2009

New Stuff

Polymer Clay Brocades

Condition and roll out clay.
I used No 4 on my Pasta Machine.
Smear acrylic paint over the clay with your fingers.
When dry stamp into it with a pre-inked stamp.
I used a giant rollograph
Lightly add more touches of paint
Use cookie cutters or shapelets to create your shapes
I used all the left over bits in my face moulds
Cook in the meltpot at 110 for 30 mins

More Polymer Clay Brocades
I used a selection of stamps but with having problems with my hands I couldn't press the stamps in deeply enough.

My Bird Cascade book
This has both acrylic and chipboard pages
I used a paint dabber on my Flourish stamp
to stamp on the acrylic pages

Twitter Lane is a NEW set of stamps by JoZart Design
Manufactured by Stampattack

Some of my backgrounds for a swap

Alice Circle Popup Book

Stamps by Stampattack

This was stolen at Port Sunlight in October
I am gutted to think that a crafter can resort to this.
I share ideas with anyone who asks and I also allow photographs.


Chris said...

Love your polymer clay bits, Caz and the birdie book is beautiful. In fact I'm loving it all. :)

penibear said...

The polymer clay things are FAB - I didn't know you could 'cook' it in the melt pot, do you just leave it sitting in there?

Unknown said...

Cook it for about half an hour at 110

Art By Wanda said...

Cool clay pieces and the cascade book is fab... backgrounds also. Wonderful, wonderful things on your blog!!!

Anita said...

This is stunning. I am just getting into clay.