Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Amazing Mold Putty Teams Up With Paperclay

Hello friends!  Mold Putty has teamed up with Paperclay and the designers have been busy working their magicSmile  I decided to make an Envelope Album (7 Gypsies).  I’ve added chipboard, mists, glams, buttons and a clear knob that was molded and cast with Clear Resin.  The entire surface of the album was covered with paperclay and then rubbed just enough to expose part of the chipboard flourishes underneath.  The beautiful image is Pink Paislee (Garden Collection)  I’ll show you the steps so you can make your own!
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Here are some fine details.
Start with a 7 Gypsies Envelope Album.  Glue some chipboard flourishes on the cover.
Start covering the flourishes and cover with Paperclay.

Press gauze into paperclay and remove gauze.

Press a button into the paperclay.

Add 3 buttons.
Mold and cast a clear resin knob.

Add Distress Crackle to random areas of the album.

Sprinkle with glitter

Begin misting with colors that match the image.

Let dry.
Glue image in place. Glue knob in place.
Add a large flower to the left of the image.  Make a bow using fibers and glue to the left side of the image.


KarinsArtScrap said...

great tutorial jan, beautiful done.

greetings karin

craftattack said...

Lovely album! Valerie

Cheryl said...

oh hun this is one gorgeous album full of wonderful detail hugs cherylxxxxx

artistamyjo said...

This is lovely Jan,I like everything about and especially that you shared how we can make one.
Thanks & Hugs

Angi said...

Love your envelope album. What a creative idea.

Jingle said...

This is very pretty!

1CardCreator said...

You are amazing Jan and so is this album! Thanks for sharing the how to!

Dawnll - Dawn's Craft Place said...

You always have such amazing ideas and creative use of products.I have never used this paper clay type material-looks like a lot of fun.
Thanks for sharing your album.

Terry said...

Just love the shimmer and texture! Wonderful album!

Anonymous said...

Hi Jan. Fab album. Never heard of paper clay before. Great tut. Thanks for sharing. Love the effect.
Regards Florence x

Audrey Pettit said...

What a gorgeous mini album, Jan! Totally love what you did with the paper clay. Adding the chipboard flourishes underneath is just brilliant. So love the vintage fairy image and all the color and sparkle, too.

Maria Matter said...

Wow, Jan this is absolutely gorgeous!! Never heard of paper clay...but I think I'm in love! lol
Brilliant work hun!

Christine said...

Beautiful texture and color! Thanks for the ideas!!!

Sugar Lump Studios said...

this is gorgeous Jan! The texture and colors are amazing!

Bonnie Weiss said...

This is such an eye-catching project you have created, Jan. I especially love all of the glittery aspects of it. Your tutorial is easy to understand and follow ... great for visual learners, like me.

Lee said...

Hello,nice to meet you.Thank you for your visit.I can see you are a very talented lady,love your blog.