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Amazing Mold Putty-Blog Hop

Amazing Mold Putty-Blog Hop

Hi and welcome to my Blog, you should of just came from Tanya’s. I want to showcase a project that I did with one of my top 3 FAVORITE craft items in the world (Amazing Mold Putty and Resin) for this blog hop.

I have been asked over and over by people, “What can I make with Amazing Mold Putty and Resin?” I’ve found that many of them are so curious about this product but are afraid to buy it because they do not know what to do with it. So, it got me thinking….What do I have around the house that I or others could use with the AMP? I wanted the project to be inexpensive yet really stretch the imagination and take the fear out of this product.

SO here it goes…. I used a pencil and made earrings. YES I DID! I am also a jewelry maker and the bigger the earring, the more I love it! I made these bigger than most would like but you can cut them down or use a nail or a smaller pencil to create a pair to your liking. I really wanted to show you how this product can adapt to anything you use with it.

First I decided what to use. I used a Taylors chalk pencil and made the mold with my AMP. After I made the mold I mixed Amazing Casting Resin with metallic gun metal powder and made a cast of it (I made it two times to have 2 earrings) Once it set and I took it out I stuck a metal knitting needle in top to make hole for eye pin. It is still pliable for a bit once it sets and you take it out.

I then painted them with a sparkly glitter and once dry I added dots using liquid pearls and added a bit at the bottom where the point would of been. I didn’t leave the end sharp, it is more rounded. I took my glue gun and then added the head pens upside down in the holes and held it there as the glue dried and added some more liquid pearls and glitter on the top to give extra holding power.

 

I painted one more coat of sparkly glitter all over both pieces, added ear wires and they are ready to wear! I love them. NOW-think of what else you can add-beads and wire and OH MY the possibilities! I hope you enjoy this simple but fun project. Please try Amazing Mold Putty and Resin. You will look at things so differently!

Each member of the team will post a project on their blog for you to vote on.
To begin, you must Start at the AMP blog.
- Then go to each of the designers blogs, (links provided as shown at the bottom of this post).
When you have visited the last blog, go back to the AMP blog and vote for your favorite project!

The Theme is COLOR

Voting -starts March 2nd, 2013 , 12am EST

Voting -ends March 4th, 2012 , 12noon PST
NEXT YOU WILL GO TO Michelles Blog

Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY!

Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY!

I am honored to be part of the Amazing Mold putty and Creative Paperclay Blog Hop. I love working with these two mediums so joining them in one piece was so much fun!
I took my Creative paper clay and made a zombie, and an Amazing Casting Resin set of ribs were added (which I made from amp and resin) and then let it dry.

Then I molded a bunch of pieces with the Amazing Mold Putty like skull heads, more ribs, brains and a head. Once they were cast in resin, I then painted them red, black and green. I added a bit of wool to the head and then burnt in with my heat gun (please do this outside due to the fumes)

I also molded an Angel wing and did a resin cast of that too. Can you tell I had a blast as I kept going back and doing more, I had to stop myself as I could of kept going.
Once the clay was dry I then painted the zombie, emphasizing the skin torn back to expose his ribs, brains and intestines.



Then adding finishing touches and putting a background behind him my Fallen Angel Zombie is complete!

What do you think? I hope you’ll leave me a comment and let me know. :)
Now for some extra FUN for YOU!
Visit each of the blog hop participants below, Take note of your favorite project and leave your answer on The Amazing Mold Putty Blog.

3 Winners will be chosen on October 8th on that blog for a giveaway of Creative paper Clay, or Amazing Mold Putty and or a package of Amazing Casting Resin!

This is the list…..you should have come from ANNIE’S BLOG TO MINE AND WILL NOW GO TO MICHELLE CUMMING’S
Creative Paperclay

Terri sproul – http://www.terrisproul.blogspot.com

Barbara Moore http://barbara-moorewhimsies.blogspot.com/

Molly Walsh http://molly1989-mollysplace.blogspot.com/

Debbie Buckland http://artycrafty.wordpress.com/

Edie Cournoyer http://lifebytheseatofmypants.wordpress.com/

Lyneen Jesse http://dreamingofcastles.blogspot.com/

Lee Brehon http://www.createalways.com/

Annie Courture http://www.cornerofthebedroomstudios.blogspot.com/

Kelly Donovan http://knittingandthings.com/

Michelle Cummings http://faeriedustdreams-michelle.blogspot.com/

Rachel Whetzel http://www.minetothine.com/

Susan Brown http://www.sbartist.blogspot.com/

Ananda Marks http://ajsarts.wordpress.com/

Angie Westerman http://altermyworld.blogspot.ca/

DeeDee Catron: http://umwowstudio.blogspot.com/

Amazing Mold Puttyhttp://amazingmoldputty.blogspot.com/

Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY! BLOG HOP!

Fallen Angel Zombie and Body Pieces OH MY! BLOG HOP!

I am honored to be part of the Amazing Mold putty and Creative Paperclay Blog Hop. I love working with these two mediums so joining them in one piece was so much fun!
I took my Creative paper clay and made a zombie, and an Amazing Casting Resin set of ribs were added (which I made from amp and resin) and then let it dry.

Then I molded a bunch of pieces with the Amazing Mold Putty like skull heads, more ribs, brains and a head. Once they were cast in resin, I then painted them red, black and green. I added a bit of wool to the head and then burnt in with my heat gun (please do this outside due to the fumes)

I also molded an Angel wing and did a resin cast of that too. Can you tell I had a blast as I kept going back and doing more, I had to stop myself as I could of kept going.
Once the clay was dry I then painted the zombie, emphasizing the skin torn back to expose his ribs, brains and intestines.



Then adding finishing touches and putting a background behind him my Fallen Angel Zombie is complete!

This is the list…..you should have come from ANNIE’S BLOG TO MINE AND WILL NOW GO TO MICHELLE CUMMING’S
Creative Paperclay

Terri sproul – http://www.terrisproul.blogspot.com

Barbara Moore http://barbara-moorewhimsies.blogspot.com/

Molly Walsh http://molly1989-mollysplace.blogspot.com/

Debbie Buckland http://artycrafty.wordpress.com/

Edie Cournoyer http://lifebytheseatofmypants.wordpress.com/

Lyneen Jesse http://dreamingofcastles.blogspot.com/

Lee Brehon http://www.createalways.com/

Annie Courture http://www.cornerofthebedroomstudios.blogspot.com/

Kelly Donovan http://knittingandthings.com/

Michelle Cummings http://faeriedustdreams-michelle.blogspot.com/

Rachel Whetzel http://www.minetothine.com/

Susan Brown http://www.sbartist.blogspot.com/

Ananda Marks http://ajsarts.wordpress.com/

Angie Westerman http://altermyworld.blogspot.ca/

DeeDee Catron: http://umwowstudio.blogspot.com/

Amazing Mold Puttyhttp://amazingmoldputty.blogspot.com/

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