Monday, May 22, 2017

Daydream Tag Featuring Creative Paperclay®

Hi Friends:  When using molds with your Creative Paperclay®, do you ever accidentally break pieces off the embellishment when removing it from the mold?  It happens to me more than I like, but I NEVER throw those pieces away.  Even if they're too intricate or broken to glue back together, the pieces can always be used in creative ways on your projects.

Here are some broken pieces from an IOD mould - it's a mess:

I used these pieces to create a mixed media tag that shows one way to use them to create a beautiful project and no one would ever know that the pieces weren't meant to go that way.

Creative Paperclay® Daydream Tag

Here's a quick video tutorial showing how I created the tag and used the broken pieces of that IOD mould:

Supply List:
Creative Paperclay® Modeling Material
Tim Holtz Layering Stencil - Flourish (Amazon)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology CRINKLE RIBBON (SSS)
Prima Marketing Art Alchemy-Metallique Wax-Vintage Gold (Amazon)
Prima Marketing Art Alchemy-Antique Brilliance-Fire Ruby (Amazon)
Prima Marketing Memory Hardware Artisan Powder - Mesdames Merlot (Amazon)
Prima Marketing Memory Hardware Artisan Powder - Vausseroux (Amazon)
Prima Marketing IOD Mould -  Baroque No.4 (Amazon) - broken pieces from this mold
Lindy's Stamp Gang Sprays (Amazon):  Poinsettia Red Gold, Burnt Umber
Manila Tag (SSS)
Petaloo - Botanica Collection Floral Embellishments - Vintage Velvet Minis - Ivory (
Sculpey Flexible Push Mold, Art Doll Faces (Amazon)
Want 2 Scrap Pearls
Tim Holtz Edge Distresser (SSS)
Alene's Tacky Glue (Amazon)
Beacon 3-In-1 Advanced Craft Glue (Amazon)
Liquitex Gesso - White (Amazon)
Prima Epiphany Ephemera
Other items from my stash:  wire, charms, lace

I hope you enjoyed my project tip and learned that your broken pieces can be used to create beautiful projects. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today. Have a great, creative day! -Patti

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