Designer - Kathy Wegner
- Creative Paperclay® modeling material 8 oz.
- Rubber stamp: Stained Glass Hearts XL 109, from Alias Smith & Rowe
- Gold or silver pigment ink pad
- Tulip® Matte™ 3 D Paints: Dandelion Yellow 65301, Tangerine 65302, Real Red 65305, Royal Purple 65311, Spa Blue 65307, Spearmint 65313, Pistachio 65312, Basic Black 65317
- Tulip® 3 D Paint Gloss Sealer SP 509
- 7" length black rattail cord
- Plastic wrap or waxed paper
- rolling pin
- plastic knife
- water container
- drink box straw
- flat paintbrush
- paper towels
- tacky glue
Tips: Read Paperclay® package directions. When drying clay, turn piece over often. When applying matte paint, allow to dry before painting nearby areas.
1) With clay (entire package) between plastic wrap, roll out to 1/2" - 3/8" thickness.
2) Ink rubber stamp; press stamp evenly into clay. Carefully remove stamp. Cut away excess clay with plastic knife.
3) Using drink box straw, make holes in top corners of clay. If needed, smooth clay edges with water-dampened finger. Air-dry at least 24 hours.
4) When clay is lightweight and completely dry, squeeze on 3-D paints, using photo as a color guide. Let paints dry completely.
5) With paintbrush, apply gloss sealer over entire project. When dry apply second coat; let dry again.
6) Put cord through holes, knotting in front. Glue knots and trim cord ends with scissors.
Tulip® Matte™ 3-D Paints & Tulip® 3-D Gloss Sealer from: Duncan Enterprises, 5673 E. Shields Ave., Fresno, CA 93727,
Rubber stamp from: Alias Smith & Rowe (800) 945-3980.
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