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Learn How To Make Three Unique Bowls

Check out these polymer clay stamped bowls!

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by Iris Rodriguez

Learn How To Make Three Unique Bowls

Ink is not just for paper. You can use it on fabric, metal and more specifically Polyform clay. You can use inks to transform polymer clay projects into a wide variety of pieces. Use ink to simply color your clays projects, use with stamps to add designs, or blend it into the clay to create a new color clay. For this project, I create three different bowls using Sculpey Souffle clay with VesaMagic Dew Drop and StazOn inks and demonstrate several techniques when using inks. Hope I pique your interest and give these projects a try.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour per bowl; baking time according to clay manufacturer instructions

Directions

Making the Round Yellow and Purple Bowl


Step 1

Ceramic, glass or specially made mat like Polyform’s Sculpey Make ‘n Bake Mat surfaces work best when working with clay.


Step 2

Before starting, determine…

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Pinkfresh Studio & WOW! Embossing Powders Blog Hop – Floral Frame Window

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Hello and welcome to the Pinkfresh Studio and WOW! Embossing Powders Blog Hop!  We’re sharing projects using Pinkfresh Studio and WOW! embossing powders today and I hope you’re inspired by projects from both teams today.  My favorites are from the Sparkle/Glitter line because they really add a lot of interest to any project!

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When the light hits these embossed images, it’s really sparkly and fun!  I stamped and embossed two Pinkfresh Studio Floral Frame images on some watercolor cardstock so I could use the Pinkfresh Studio Liquid Watercolors to paint these images with.

PFS - WOW Floral Frame

I used the same watercolors on both images, but as you can see, the outcome is very different depending on the color of embossing powder you use for your image.

The Liquid Watercolor colors I used are:  Bubble Gum, Sunshine, Aquamarine, Emerald City, and Lavender.

The two embossing powders I used are:  Black Twinkle Glitter and Pearl…

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WOW! Embossing Powder & Pink Fresh Studio Blog Hop

Beautiful use of WOW! Glitter Embossing Powders

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Hello Crafty friends, what an exciting blog hop we have for you today.  I am super delighted to be part of this fun-filled blog hop with two amazing companies WOW! Embossing Powder  & Pinkfresh Studio.

Not only will you be inspired today by the many crafters BUT if you leave a comment on each designer’s blog, you’ll earn a chance to win 6 powders from your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store you powders safely in.

Pinkfresh Studio will have $50 gift card up for grab and their winner will be announced on their winners page.

If you are hopping along, you should have come from Jaine Drake
Your next stop isJulie Hickey

The Winners will be chosen at random from all the comments left on ALL THE POSTS of this blog hop by 7th September 2018 and the will be announced on the…

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Use a Creative Watercolor Technique to Stamp

Very cool watercolor technique.

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by Martha Lucia Gomez

Use a Creative Watercolor Technique to Stamp

Watercoloring is a very special technique that most artists use with a brush and watercolor set. In today’s tutorial, I show you how to use a watercolor technique and the Misti stamping tool to stamp a watercolor image instead of using a brush. Creating this effect is very simple if you combine Ink Potion No. 9, Memento Inks and Kaleidacolor Inks. Let me show you just how easy it is:

Directions


Step 1

Ink your mat with the colors of ink that you want to use. Be sure to not intentionally mix the colors, just ink the mat and spray it with Ink Potion No. 9.


Step 2

I am using a double step stamp set. One stamp is the border and the other is the inside layer. Stamp the border images with Peanut Brittle Memento Ink.


Step 3

Ink the solid image directly over the…

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Rubeena’s Crafting Anniversary Blog Hop Day TWO + Giveaways

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Welcome to Rubeena’s Crafting Anniversary 2-Day Blog Hop! This hop is epic with more than 60 guests and over $600 in sponsored prizes! Not only are we celebrating four years since Rubeena first discovered cardmaking but also crafting in general. This industry is made up of wonderful individuals who are creative, inspirational, kind, and incredibly supportive! Hop along so you can learn about why we create and how much joy it brings us! For details on day one of the hop, you can visit thispost.

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I started crafting 4 years ago also and it is amazing to see the growth and success of fellow peers! 4 years ago, I moved to a small town in Ohio outside of Columbus.  Just before I moved, I went to a Stampin’ Up! stamp night with my next door neighbor, Karen.  I was completely enamored  by it and decided that once I…

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