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Creative Paper Clay® Easter Egg Swag

Making an Easter Egg Swag with Creative Paper Clay®: Part 1

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Creative Paper Clay® Easter Egg Swag

Making an Easter Egg Swag with Creative Paper Clay®: Part 2

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Christmas Skelly

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Mixed Media Granny

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Making an Easter Egg Swag with Creative Paper Clay®: Part 1

By on March 17, 2017
Creative Paper Clay® Easter Egg Swag

It’s almost that time of year again where we decorate our homes with spring bunnies and Easter eggs, so why not make our own decorations using plastic Easter eggs and some Creative Paper Clay®?     What you will need: Creative Paper Clay® Plastic Easter eggs  (you may use styrofoam ones also) Craft paint Sculpting […]

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Making an Easter Egg Swag with Creative Paper Clay®: Part 2

By on March 16, 2017
Creative Paper Clay® Easter Egg Swag

Hi! This part 2 of my tutorial Making an Easter Egg Swag. If you missed part 1 it is here. In this section, we are going begin by fixing any cracks in the clay. We will then move onto sanding, painting, and decorating your eggs. Finally, we will put it all together and you will be […]

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Christmas Skelly

By on December 10, 2016

Sometime ago I did an online art retreat called Artful Gathering Online Retreat. I chose a course taught by David H. Everett, also known as Chicken Lips. I learnt how sculpt these cute little skeletons with Creative Paper Clay. I wanted an unusual Christmas ornament so I decided to make a Christmas skeleton using the techniques I […]

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Whimsical Bottle Doll

By on July 1, 2016

Every year I sign up for Life Book, an online year-long art journaling course full of inspiration by Tamara Laporte and her fabulous group of teachers. We tend to do a lot of cute whimsical faces, but of course, they are paintings and drawings rather than sculptures.  As I am a sculptor at heart, I decided I […]

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