It’s time for my Creative Paperclay Design Team post, and today I’m sharing a tip for making a Paperclay drying rack. Head on over to the Creative Paperclay blog to check out this tip!
The Legend of Zelda is probably my all time favorite video game series. I made this Legend of Zelda triforce pendant using a two-part epoxy putty called Magic Sculpt. Pendant #1 Select a size for your pendant. Cut a length of brass rod for each side. Place a sheet of wax paper over your pattern […]
Pinch pots are one of the oldest forms of pottery. They’re a very easy project for children or beginners, and chances are, if you’ve ever taken a pottery class, you’ve probably made a pinch pot. Despite their primitive origins, pinch pots can make a simple and elegant statement in your home decor. You can view […]
In today’s lesson, I recreated a simplified version of a project I made in art school. My original box was very large and made from terra cotta clay. The Creative Paperclay version is very light, but still very durable, and only takes a fraction of the time to make. You can view the step-by-step video and […]
It’s time for my Creative Paperclay Design Team post, and today I’m sharing a tip for making and using Paperclay slurry. Head on over to the Creative Paperclay blog to check out this tip!
What You’ll Need: Creative Paperclay floral wire acrylic paint and brushes varnish craft glue container, floral foam, moss (optional) Instructions: Cut a 2″ length of floral wire for each mushroom. Tip: Add some bends to one end of each wire to keep it from slipping from the mushroom stem. Roll out a small bit of […]