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RUB-A-DUB-DUB

My second February project for PolymerclayTV is sub-titled “It takes a village”.  I used PCTV’s Round & Square Fancy Scallop Cutters, the Mini Bling Design Mold and the Brick & Mortar Embossed Stamp.  I also used a Makin’s Clay® Texture sheet and one of their cutters. The polymer clay is on a substrate of pieces of 2″ x 4″. The project was finished with an antiquing of oil based paint for patina. Head over to the shop at Polymer Clay TV to check out all their cool products!Ukrainian land

4 Responses

  1. Very small town like! Love it

  2. Some things my cousin (John Bergan) likes: Golf and running (neither of which he can do now because of bone meds) hiking, photography, spending time with family, Dr. Who (blue phone booth?) His initials on the bottle perhaps? JB; cactus (they live in Arizona where there are lots of them). I loved the hearts, too—such a loving and hopeful touch.

  3. Love it!

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