Monthly Archives: May 2011

Hmm, this is interesting about metallics

Hey, check this out.  If you rub a sheet of S3 Jewelry Gold with rubbing alcohol (on cotton), you get big sparklies in the clay!  It’s kinda hard to see, but try it!   Advertisements

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Clay Day Dinners – It’s BBQ Season!

OK, I’m lucky- it’s was BBQ season here at the beach, but use it to your advantage!  Toss some chicken in a marinade in a big baggie before you go to the clay table.  When when it’s almost dinnertime, rummage … Continue reading

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Father’s Day Idea

Got a poker player in the house?  This is a project that the kids can help with.  It only takes 2 different sized round cutters and a bamboo skewer.  Use the larger cutter to cut out a double layer of … Continue reading

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Sculpey mosiacs

This is one of my favorites switchplates in the house (kitchen to be exact).  It’s an all clay mosiac, featuring translucent clay.  I started with a bakeable switchplate cover (metal) and then added a thin (#3) sheet of translucent Premo. … Continue reading

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Sea Glass by the sea

I’m still in my fascination with all the things that I can find on my beach (I’ll skip the gross stuff that washes up like syringes and things).  Here is a pair of earrings I made with my Premo sea glass (a … Continue reading

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Why do we do this to ourselves?

Yeah, I have no one else to blame (ok, MAYBE the dog), but I managed to Glitter Bomb myself the other evening. Don’t look at me like YOU’VE never done it. I started out the way we all start out … Continue reading

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More on the silverware

So if you’ve read the previous blog posts, you know I’ve been working on silverware for my brother and sister-in-law.  And YES, I got carried away (imagine THAT!) and finished the 4 place settings and a couple of serving spoons … Continue reading

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