Have a nice rest of the week.
I call it ‘Spring Bounty’
Wishing you all a bountiful Monday!
I’m finally working on my mixed medium project.
I’ve figured out something about my creative process, I like to get the supplies for projects together and then let them set a while before I make them. I have to imagine the project in my mind and the steps I’ll take to create it. Only then am I ready to start the project. This is the part of my creative process that slows me down.
Some projects I start/finish right away. I just rarely know which ones that will be.
Anyway, I hope to have this mixed medium finished soon. I’m on a role with it right now.
Wishing you all a successful Wednesday!
It makes me happy to plan a new craft and gather my supplies. Perhaps that’s why I have so many projects going at once. I’m planning this mixed medium project to work on. I hope to have it finished soon.
What’s your ‘next craft’ plans on this last day of March.
Wishing you all happy weekend whatever your plans.
I designed and created a Christmas 3 Trees Tealight.
The 3 trees are made melting pony beads and a metal cookie cutter.
I left the trees sort of rough edged like they might be in the wild.
I hot glued the trees together to make them like a tent to set over a battery operated tealght candle.
I made a small red ball out of polymer clay for the top of the trees and painted it with clear glittery paint.
I made a base for the trees/tealight using the same method I made the trees.
I set a battery operated tealight on the base and set the tree tripod over it.I like the design pretty well. It’s different because depending on where you’re sitting determines which tree you see… unless you put it on a rotating base.
Wishing you crafting fun this holiday season!
*just an extra note:
I fashioned a temporary rotating base out of an old music box to make the short video to show you each tree of the tealight lit and flickering.
“This week, let’s embrace disorder and its creative power.”
I’m doing several crafting projects right now. Over the past few days I’ve brought several supplies into my kitchen to have handy. I use the top of my sewing cabinet to hold my supplies until I need them. The supplies have piled up and at first glance look like chaos.
Wishing you all fun with the WP photo challenge!
I was in search of a project to do and went looking through my idea files. I came across this flower pen picture my Bff had sent me some years ago.
The flower pen is made of silk flower/leaves, floral tape, ink pen, clay pot, some filler and what appears to be a grassy filler.It seemed an easy craft, but I didn’t have any floral tape nor a small clay pot. I thought about it for a second and realized that I could use polymer clay to wrap the pen in and sculpt a clay pot and stone fillers.
It was fun to make. My clay pot isn’t perfect and neither is the clay wrapped pen, but I think it turned out okay for my first ever flower pen.I was going to put some green raffia over the top of my sculpted stones for fake grass, but I liked the look of the stones and decided not to cover them up.
What do you think?
Should I cover the stones or leave them bare?