I have had soo much fun this last year working with Makin’s Clay as a design team member! This is a project I have been trying to perfect for some time now. It really shows off how flexible Makin’s clay REALLY is after it is cured. This piece has no SUBSTRUCTURE it is only Makin’s Clay and my beloved Swellegant for the finish!
Here are some pics of the ball as well as the plain white prototype ball from white clay. I think the plain white ball will be great for a 3 D Zentangle piece to doodle on!!!!
This is currently my new OBSESSION!!
I’m sure exploring the possibilities of this design will keep me busy for quite some time!
You can find all my other past creations and obsessions of these pages!
My Flickr page Under Compelled Crafts (hence the obsession thingy)
and my Brand new Twitter page
You NEVER know what beneath and our hearts are EVER Changing.
This statement necklace is only about 1 ½ inches wide and 2 ½ inches high, but it has a big fun impact!
I had a blast using alcohol inks for the 1st time on Makin’s Clay®
I love that Makin’s clay is so flexible that is the only way I could pull off this particular design.
You can go see how I made this necklace on the Makin’s Clay page!
That is my only resolution for this year! I would like to fill people’s heart’s with hope and love. These little Bottles of Hope are the tool to achieve this.
This simple but elegant bottle in a Faux Wedgewood look only takes about 10mins to make but the impact it will have on a cancer patient that might be having a particularly rough day of chemo is HUGE!
Lets flood the polymer clay websites with EVERYONE’s Bottles of Hope. See Diane’s inspiring story of how she started Bottles of Hope in 1999.
Really all it took was blending the peach from the earth tones collection and the Blue( F and F) on the Makin’s Clay mixing ruler and then roll out the sheet to cover the bottle and then I press some white clay into the Florals mold, and then adhere to the bottle.
Yes I’m like many others out there and I love The Wizard of Oz……….
This was my December project for Makin’s Clay you can see the details on the Makin’s Clay blog . I really enjoyed creating this project and took advantage of the Makin’s Clay double sided spinning frame!
On the reverse side I have the famous quote from the Wizard Himself ! But what I don’t show is the Tin Man’s reply. “I know but I STILL want one! ”
Remember follow YOUR own PATH by Following your heart!