Stamped Polymer Clay – I Couldn’t Stop!

July 29, 2013

As I already had the clay laying around
’cause I needed an excuse
I decided to make a just few more
stamped polymer clay images.

Dragonfly

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I even used some un-stamped ‘scraps’ to finish of a drop pendant design.

Pendant

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You like ?

So tell me . . . have you made anything like this.
I’d love you to share.

Put a link in the comments
so that we can all see your imagination at work.

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Stamped Polymer Clay – Uber Cute!

July 27, 2013

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Polymer clay keyrings

This is such a cute and simple idea from Ashley at the blog “Make It-Love It”.
She has simple & terrific ideas and I have ‘pinned‘ a LOT of her tutorials.

Here is my attempt at this great little craft idea.

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1.  I usually use Sculpey, as it is a great quality product and yet is probably the most affordable.

Sculpey bock

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2. Break off a piece of polymer clay and then ‘work’ it. The warmer you get it, the more pliable it becomes.

Warm Sculpey

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3. Flatten polymer clay between two equal-height sticks.

Levelled Sculpey

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4. Using a waterproof ink pad, ink up a stamp.
Choose a stamp image that offers a strong silhouette.

Inked stampe

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5. Gently pull the polymer clay away from the stamp

Stamped polymer clay

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6. Try stopping at one – impossible !!

Polymer clay pendants

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I’d love to see if you make one.

Add a link in the comments, or send me a photo :)

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