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Friday, September 28, 2012

BLOG Hop- I "heart" skulls


Creative PaperClay
and Amazing Mold Putty
are having a Party!!! And YOU are invited.

Lots of love and inspiration happening, Here is a list of the awesome artists coming together to enjoy these wonderful products!

ANGIE WESTERMANN
TERRI SPROUL
BARBARA MOORE
MOLLY WALSH
DEBBIE BUCKLAND
EDIE COURNOYER
LYNEEN JESSE
LEE BREHON
ANNIE COURTURE
KELLY DONOVAN
MICHELLE CUMMINGS
RACHEL WHETZEL
SUSAN BROWN
AMANDA MARKS
DEEDEE CATRON

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! Imagine so much inspiration. (click on each name to be taken to their blog.



Here is my little bit of love inspiration.

So the theme is Harvest. As i thought about fall i began thinking about my favorite part of the Fall season. Halloween and my love of skulls. For they have a very personal meaning to me. So to me, I made a connection HARVEST-FALL-HALLOWEEN-SKULLS.


We were given some Amazing Mold Putty, i was quite skeptical. WAS is the important part of that sentence. OMG, you take each parts of the Amazing Mold Putty smoosh it together for a quick 15 to 20 seconds (NO longer as it will set and then be no good)
Find something you want to make a mold of, for me it was this awesome little heart locket.


SO small but it worked, i am always wanting a very small heart. Once you have the Putty mixed up immediately press it into your object and mold it up and around. Let it set for about 15 minutes, pop it out and then voila your have a mold.

It really is quite an AMAZING product.

So my other passion is ATC's. Artist trading cards! BTW I have over 3000!

So i rolled out a sheet of Creative PaperClay (I utterly adore this clay!) to the size of an Artist Trading Card, which is 2 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches. I pressed some of my favorite rubber stamps into the clay, this time it was a heart scroll and a skullie.

Let it dry! I usually let mine dry overnight and once it dries i then iron it flat, it does curl alittle. I then painted it with some Crystal Lacquer. That makes it non porous, which is what i want for my project.

Then let the painting begin! I squirted some Alcohol Inks on it, played around with some Rub N Buff, Highlighted with some White Paint and some Sakura Souffle pens.

The key for me is layers.

That little heart i made from my mold i put right in the middle of the card. It was a perfect addition to my ATC.
I added some Martha Stewart chunk glitter and a few star sequins.

Lets just say i LOVE my card.
I hope this inspires you.


PLEASE visit the other blogs and say hi and i believe on the AMAZING MOLD PUTTY BLOG there is a voting for the art project with the most votes.

Art on,
ANg




20 comments:

rachel whetzel said...

I love ATCs and SKELLIES!! Also? The color on your card is TOO COOL.

Rhonda Helm said...

great job.

Brenda Burfeind said...

Great idea for the tiniest of things

Leah Crowe said...

The color is amazing, love your ATC!

Eva said...

Love the idea and how you finished it. Good job!

atcjean said...

How cool is that atc! Love the little heart charm, too.

Lyneen said...

Beautiful ATC... I love the colors!!!

Lee said...

Well you just made ATC artists everywhere jealous. I know gals who create ATC's that would love to get this in their mailbox. This will be viewed 1000's of times, post this on youtube. Well done!!

Terri Sproul said...

super fun idea... I love ATC

Kelly Donovan said...

I love ATC and I love this idea! Wicked cool!

Morninglass said...

This ATC is very cool!

Tonya said...

Absolutely love your creation!!! So creative and I love ATCs too!!! I'm a new follower too.

Tonya-Mscraftyt

http://creativeaddictiontopaper.blogspot.com/


Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

wonderful ATC! - I fully intend to steal some of those ideas for my next swap!

...from another skull fan!

Boni said...

toadally kewl <3

Winslowwoman said...

the colors and detail are great!

{raisingAlexis} said...

love it, great colors!

Amanda Marks said...

Great colors! Thank you for sharing :)

Tamara Dozier said...

Great little card, love it.

Scrappy Rat said...

Coolest. Atc. Ever! I love ATC's and that's a particularly great one. :)

Cindy said...

Love your colors. Nice job.