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WINTER SCENE

For my first December project for Polymerclaytv, I made this Winter scene “ornament”.  Using the Christmas shrine kit from Polymerclaytv and their snowman push mold, a candy cane mold and holly cutters, I fashioned a standing ornament. The front is made from Premo™ polymer clay that was embossed with a Makin’s Clay® texture sheet. Instead of putting the snowflake, that came with the kit, on the top of the shrine, I hung it from the inside of the box and painted it with tinsel paint. I made two Christmas trees and glued them to the base which was painted with Snow Tex.  Mica flakes were also glued to the background. Go to Polymer Clay TV to see all their neat Christmas items and see some cool videos there too!2015 Ornament

2 Responses

  1. Very pretty!

  2. great job once again Pat

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