PolymerClayTV — fairy fibers
Posted by Cindi McGee on
Cindi McGee has been having fun creating mixed-media projects with elements from the Enchantment Create Along Box. After discovering recently that etchall® Creme works wonderfully with Create Along silkscreens to etch glass, she's been anxious to try the technique again and again. This "Captured Fairy" jar was created by etching with the Enchanted Rosevine silkscreen. The fairy inside is made of polymer clay using one of the fairy images on the Magic Transfer Paper in this month's box. Cindi shared a full tutorial on how she created this project on her blog. Would you like to join the fun...
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Posted by Ilysa Ginsburg on
If you got the July Create Along box you will definitely not want to miss this episode of Polymer Clay TV. Wondering what to do with the iridescent fibers included well I show you some super cool things to do with them as well as share inspiration on what I did with some of the other items in the new DIYFairy collection from Create Along. I hope you will be inspired to start creating your own magical worlds!
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- Tags: angelina fibers, fairy, fairy fibers, headbond fibers, polymer clay fibers, rubber stamps