Friday, 8 July 2016
Celebrate the little things magnet
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my small new project post.
This is a magnet made for two of my DT companies and how glad I am that I can combine two so different designs into one lovely small project.
So as you can see it's Makin's Clay stamped and paper covered project and the stamps, inks and this lovely funky paper house are from Susan K. Weckesser.
Just a quick explanation about this project- no tutorial actually needed as it's fun and easy and everyone can do it.
First I made a mix of Makin's Clay Plum vine clay from Vineyard clay set and got this light puprle color that was great for my project.
Then I cut the flower shape with Makin's Clay new big Flower cutter (the second largest one).
Then I glued the paper cut house from Susan K. Weckesser Live in color tags cardstock with liquid glass from DecoArt.
While the liquid glass was drying I made those Makin's Clay leaves with green clay and my own hands- those leaves are not molds!
I molded the small bird from white clay and then I painted the bird with Susan K. Weckesser new Clearsnap Color Pop Premium Dye ink- Fresh and Ice colors of them. I also added some green ink over the leaves as the green color was too mute.
Then I stamped the Susan K. Weckesser sentiment into the wet clay to say " Celebrate the simple things". This sentiment is a part of Unity Celebration of Simple stamp set and this is one long sentiment. But working over clay makes the cutting of the sentiment a piece of cake. So I made 4 pieces of the sentiment and then covered them with new Clearsnap Color Pop white pigmented ink.
I covered the flower clay edges with the same ink as well.
After the clay pieces were totally dry I glued them with Beacon Adhesive glue and added a few beads to make a kind of berries.
Then the whole piece was covered with liquid glaze all over.
And yes-I do celebrate some simple things here: our home, nature and my new simple project!
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to our mutual TOP 10 blog hop. Here are my Top 10 as I picked them for my own (read about it,...
Hello my dear crafty friends! This altered canvas was made for my dearest 3 yo grand daughter (she is 4 now already, but who counts? ). ...
This is my first new project for 2018 that was made not for any Design team. I altered the $ store wooden frame with tons of differen...
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my last for 2017 Topflight Stamps post. This time I just used one single Rubber Dance stam...
This is a quick and easy to make cards made with PPRS stamps, distress oxide inks, some washi tape and a few pearls. The stamped image...
This cute spiral notebook was already published in the last issue of 2017 Just Christmas cards and Decorations. Now it's a time to...
This fabric covered planner with easy to make chipboards only decorations was in print in the last Just Christmas cards and Decorations ...
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new BoBunny Holidays post. We are just close to Christmas and sure some of us need a few la...
This canvas covered notebook with small altered canvas as a cover embellishment cluster was made for some web challenges. Lucky me- between...
Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to our new CAS- ual Fridays challenge! So grab your coffee and tea stamps and enter our new...