(if you are here for my Creative paperclay submission project, please scroll down)
I am so excited to share a new product with you today. As you know I've been involved with Creative Paperclay and now we have teamed up with a company called Amazing Molding Putty to give you even more uses for your clay projects. I've been playing for a couple of days now and I can tell you this is so much fun. I haven't touched much of anything else, my bad!!! Ok, so here we go:
First this is what you need:
Here are my containers
now Terri has an awesome video showing
exactly how to make your mold, but since my
flip doesn't seem to be working right now, I can't
show you exactly how it's done. :(
So I started out with this pin
when adding two equal parts of the putty and
blending it together you create the beginning of a mold
I inserted my pin into the putty and let it cure for about 5 minutes.
Here is your mold
Now you are ready to cast your mold. Adding
two equal parts of the Amazing Resin cast and
a drop of cranberry alcohol ink
pour the mixture into your mold slowly
and let that cure for about 10 minutes
now I added a safety pin to the backside of the
pin using some E6000 blue
see how nicely that holds?
and then I added some flat back pearls to the pin
I then attached the pin
to a flower I made
for this card.
The sentiment is from the Getting Cricky
"Positive Thoughts" stamp set
in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Isn't it beautiful. The possibilities are ENDLESS
If you can mold it, you can cast it, you can pin it.
Now, for the start up of this new DT I am giving one lucky commentator one of these pins. Would you like one? Leave me a comment and tell me if you have ever created your own mold or cased anything.
2. Like AMP on FB and tell them I sent you and come back here and tell me you did that
3. Follow AMP here on their blog and tell me you did that.
4. Post this giveaway on your blog and come back here and tell me you did that.
This gives you up to 4 chances to enter. I will choose a winner on Tuesday, October 18th for the pink ribbon pin. I will be back on that day with another post
I am also entering this over at JustYolie for the First Annual Link up for PINK. It's a great cause and there are so many prizes to be had.
tfs what a pretty projectReplyDelete
I've been waiting to see this all week. This is something I definitely would like to try. I haven't checked out their page yet, but will it be available in our craft stores or online only?ReplyDelete
Wow, what a great project to try! Thanks for sharing..your card is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Brenda, I love your pin project!!! And, I have to tell you, I love the Amazing Putty -- use it all the time!!!ReplyDelete
Amazig... I so need to buy some of that stuff... oh wow... I love your card.,...ReplyDelete
Thank you so much or joining us for Link Up for Pink.
Oh what a great idea....TFS your pin came out so nice!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking it up with us over at LUFP ~Gaby
Very clever and creative!!! I love it Brenda! Still time to enter another PINK creation!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining Link Up for Pink!
Wow, wow, WOW!! I am so impressed with this!! I have never done a mold of anything that I can think of... I've done potato stamps and pressed things into salt-dough, but I haven't tried anything like this -- And I'd LOVE to!! I'll be checking this stuff out for sure!! :) TFS!!ReplyDelete
Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
Brenda! WOW!!! That is really cool! I've never seen anything like that before. You are soooo talented. Hugs!! Here from LU4P party! Hugs!ReplyDelete