Inspired by PolymerclayTV’s video on Youtube, here’s my take on the art doll that Kira made. Mine is Liberty Girl. Built on a bottle from Hobby Lobby, Libby was fashioned from Sculpey’s® Souffle polymer clay. Numerous watch parts were used as well as some Makin’s Clay® star cutters and texture sheets and CreateAlong’s border cutter. The “ink” on her arms say TRUTH, FREEDOM, LOVE, PEACE, HONOR and last but not least LIBERTY. I also call her Time for Liberty.
This little project was made entirely from Makin’s Clay®. From the Glow in the Dark skulls to the little raven on the tombstone, all the components are Makin’s®. A little battery operated tea light sits in the jar and glows through the eyes and flames. BOO
I just love all things steampunk. I made this pumpkin using Sculpey’s® Souffle and Premo Clays. Started by covering a glass jar with the clay, then used several different Makin’s ® texture sheets to give the pumpkin a worn look. A lot of ball chain came into play as well as various gears, a zipper pull and a chain. Used oil paint to antique and finish it off.
I made this pendant for my sister-in-law Cheryl who is at the airport right now, with my wife, heading to Scotland. Je Suis Prest means I am ready. The pendant was made from Souffle® polymer clay and the back side was impressed with a Makin’s® Texture Sheet. Safe travels girls…Kinzee and I miss you already!
This pendant was made from an old soup spoon. I cut off the handle and bent over the small end of the handle to form a bale. Black Makin’s Clay® was glued into the spoon bowl with Beacon’s™ Power-Tac. The skull was made from Makin’s® Glow-in-the Dark clay and then glued onto the base with Beacon’s™ Tacky Glue. I added red rhinestones to the eye sockets and applied some FolkArt® Diamond Gems Glitter Paint to give the background a starry night effect. I love Halloween and Makin’s Clay®.