I love making 3D embellishments and have always wished I had a way to make my stamped images come to life and more dimensional. Well, here's the answer. I was able to make molds of my Sin City Stamps, which allowed me to use whatever materials I choose to make these images 3D. I chose to use Creative Paperclay®. I love it!
Creative Paperclay® air-dry modeling material
Mix'd Media ink (Leather) (Altered Pages)
Metallic Rub on creams (Altered Pages)
Regent Street paper collection (Recollections)
Black acrylic paint
Metal Gears (Tim Holtz)
Directions for Composi•mold:
Follow Composi•mold directions to mold your stamp images. It is so simple, even a caveman can do it.
Composi•mold has cooled, it will be ready to remove from the pan. You can then remove your stamp by flexing the Composi•mold and carefully removing it.
Now that my Paperclay® is dry, sanded, and trimmed, I can begin the next step.
Sin City Stamps are, because the detail is just awesome.
Art Journaling with Terri Sproul 2
Art Journaling with Terri Sproul 2 over the print, as shown. I am not real fond of plaids, so this made me much happier and I think added to the overall look. I then edged the paper and layered onto my kraft card base.
Art Journaling with Terri Sproul 2 plate onto one, and adhered both to my card. I used foam pop dots for the ticket. I also added some metal gears for fun.
Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to check out the Sin City Stamps online store for all your stamping needs. And while you are at it, hop on over to Composi•mold and check out their fun products as well. I will be back in a couple of weeks with another fun project using this awesome material with Sin City's fabulous stamps! And please visit me at my place, http://blackholeartstudio.blogspot.com
In the meantime, thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful, creative weekend.