- Sin City Stamps
- Crystal Lacquer
- Sculpy Clay
- White Gesso
- Double sided tape
- Cooking Oil
- Acrylic Paints/Pearl Ex
- Elmer's Glue
Friday, March 14, 2014
Embellishing with Sin City Stamps and Composimold
Hi! Peggy here with you today and I would like to show you what I did with some great products that I used to create embellishments. Sin City Stamps makes great embellishments when used with Composimold.
Today I used:
The first thing I did was lined my glass and plastic bowls with double sided tape to hold down
my Sin City Stamps placed face up. I took my finger and lightly brushed on some cooking oil.
(I used a paper towel to soak up any excess.)
I heated my Composimold for two minutes in the microwave and stirred until melted.
I used a paintbrush to cover just the stamps at first layering evenly.
I make sure to have sufficient layers on the top to make a good impression.
I let it set and pulled off the Composimold. The double sided tape held my stamps in place.
I wasn't sure at first what I was going to make embellishments out of. The first thing I tried was Crystal Lacquer. I love how it grabbed every detail. I painted them with white gesso and they are ready for coloring.
Next I wanted to make some embellishments out of polymer clay. The molds were so easy to use.
I baked as directed and painted with white gesso.
Before coloring I lightly sanded all the edges.
Whalla.. instant embellishments with your stamps! The total process took only minutes.
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Below is my finished home made embellies.. :
I mostly colored with Pearl Ex and Crystal Lacquer.
Below I used black acrylic paint as a base and elmer's glue as a second layer and
acrylic white and pink to create a crackled distressed look.
Below I used Pearl Ex to color.
Here is an embelishment made from Crystal Lacquer as my foundation.
Painted with pearl ex and crystal lacquer.
I hope you enjoyed my embellishment project as much as I had fun making them.