Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Love Cast in Clay

Welcome to my little corner of the "Love Cast in Clay" blog hop! The rules are pretty simple, you must leave a comment on all blogs and become a follower of all blogs. How easy is that! One winner will be picked from both Amazing Mold Putty blog and Creative Paperclay Blog to receive a 16oz package of Creative Paperclay® and package of Amazing Mold Putty. What a great prize!

See that list of very talented artists over there on the upper right of my blog ~~~~~~~~~>

Hop on over to their blogs to see all of the really cool things they created for our blog hop. Don't forget to leave a comment and to follow each of our blogs for a chance to win those goodies.

I decided to show you some of the things I use Amazing Mold Putty for.



Upper left is a mold I made to cast my own doll eyes. My daughter thought they were glass until I showed her how I made them. 

Upper right. I love textures so nothing is safe from me smooshing on some Amazing Mold Putty to make a texture stamp I can use on my sculptures. Anything from tree bark to orange skin to the texture on my bathroom walls. These are just a few of the dozens of texture stamps I've made.

Lower left is a mold I made from a copper heart. I know I would want to use that little heart over and over but since I only have the one I decided to make a mold of it. I can paint the Creative Paperclay ® hearts with metallic paints to look just like the original heart. 

Lower middle is the same as the heart. Only had one, wanted more ... tada ... Amazing Mold Putty to the rescue!

Lower right I made this little heart mold with my initials on it so now I just press the dried cast heart into the back of one of my jewelry pieces and easy way to add my initials without staining my eyeballs ... :)

See that list of very talented artists over there on the upper right of my blog ~~~~~~~~~>
Hop on over to their blogs to see all of the really cool things they created for our blog hop. Don't forget to leave a comment and to follow each of our blogs for a chance to win those goodies.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my post.

15 comments:

urania said...

it compliments, appeals to a lot to me

julie1551 said...

I just have to have this product I NEED IT

Jan Hennings said...

Such sweet little molded pieces!

DawnC said...

thanks for showing what you can do with these products!

Molossus said...

Oh! Doll's eyes! What a wonderful idea!

Barbara Moore said...

Wow Tamara your pieces are amazing and I love it that you can create your own eyes anytime you need them. I'd love to learn that process!

Hugs XX
Barbara

Jingle said...

I need to start making my eyes that way! I tend to do my dolls all in one shot and I need to learn to do them in pieces! LOL!

Tumbleweed Trails said...

The molds are great and I love those eyes. Thanks for sharing.
Jody

Len said...

Hmmm...... This is very interesting stuff. I am going to check into it. Thanks, for the info.

Mary S said...

Very creative!!

leslierahye said...

I simply love your ornaments and dolls--and the pink slippers on that one doll make me laugh too! Great hop post! Thanks for sharing!

charli said...

Nice--great job!

Jeannie said...

your doll eye are amazing!

Amanda said...

I really need to make doll eyes! Great post :)

pooky said...

The possibilities are endless! Love your ideas!

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