More updates coming soon :)
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Friday, February 22, 2013
I've also added tiny wood buttons that have the word "handmade" burned into one side to the embellishment page.
Since the back of these buttons are flat, I couldn't help but experiment with rubber stamping them. I colored them with Copic markers and stamped using deer and bunny rabbit images from the woodland rubber stamp set.
I added highlights with a white Sharpie paint marker. I attached them to chain with 6mm jump rings and attached the glass leaf bead with a 7mm jump ring.
These would make a cute charm bracelet, I think I'm going to work on an animal themed one :)
Coming soon: mini foam toadstool mushrooms for potted plants and terrarium art, new glass shapes for photo pendants, pre drilled mini domino bracelet kits and new rubber stamp sheets.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
These mini domino game pieces are made from the same quality white resin as the full size tiles without the dipped surface impression for the color dots. The glazed-on color can be lightly sanded if desired to create a flat, ready to decorate surface on both sides. They are small and light weight enough to be used for earrings and bracelets.
I use a handheld Dremel tool for drilling holes in my domino art. Some of the tutorial covered drilling holes through your domino and using wire, but another way to hang a domino is by using screw eyes placed into a pilot hole. This way you can use a jump ring to hang it from your cord, ball chain or earring components. Full instructions have been added to the bottom of the domino tutorial page.
Until the new mini rubber stamp designs arrive, I've been playing with the standard 1" x 2" rubber stamps. Here's an example of using one of the standard size domino stamps to create a pendant, then again using part of the image on the miniature dominoes for matching earrings.
I am also working on new plain shape clay molds, posting metal alphabet stamps and rub'n'buff paints for the polymer clay page. It should not be much longer for a rubber stamping in polymer clay tutorial as well :)
Thursday, February 07, 2013
Thursday, January 10, 2013
I then used a Copic Colorless Blender "0" marker to lighten the Stazon Ink to create highlights.
Inside these "erased" highlights you can use any color marker to place a new color.
PS. Also using the new Wood-127 rubber stamp set, here's an Art Nouveau / Klimt inspired tree greeting card.