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BEACH…

Just love the beach, who doesn’t? So I made an extra project for CreateAlong using elements from the three design teams I am on. CreateAlong has an awesome silicone button mold so I fashioned buttons using Makin’s Clay®.  Then using Beacon’s Quick Grip™ and their 3-in-1 adhesives, I 2016 Beachglued the buttons and the shells, letters and fencing to the wood substrate which I made from large paint stirring strips. This nice man at Home Depot gave me 8 paint stirring strips! This was a fun project and I am taking it to our cottage at Cape Cod. Go to CreateAlong.com to see all their neat silicone molds and TONS of other cool polymer clay tools, stencils, silkscreens, anything you need to create to your hearts content!

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  1. You have the knack!! Love it!

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