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.





5 comments:

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?

Craftgirl said...

Cook it for about half an hour at 110

Wanda H 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.