Happy Tuesday everyone! Time for another fabulous Timeless Tuesday Challenge over at Flourishes!
This week the lovely, Amanda Havon, is challenging us to...
Create anything that isn't a card for Christmas
(Decoration, A Treat Item, A Banner, A Gift, etc.)
I decided to create a couple of new ornaments for my Christmas tree. Here is how I created them...
First I took a large amount of white clay in my hands. I used a soft Premier Light Weight Stone Clay for my project today. I carefully molded it into a ball to bring all the rough edges together. Then I pressed it out onto my craft mat and rolled it thinner and flatter.
Then I took the pine cone image from the "Naturally Merry" stamp set and inked it up using Memento "Black Tuxedo" Ink and pressed the image into the clay.
I took my craft knife and carefully cut around my image and also punched out a hole at the top. I created two more ornaments; a holly ornament using the holly image from the "Naturally Merry" stamp set and another ornament using the "Petals and Peace" stamp collection.
Then I put them on a cookie sheet and put them in a 200 degree oven until they were dried out. I allowed them to cool and then I coloured them using Copic markers.
Metallic Silver String.
Take a peek at what my fellow Timeless Tuesday designers have created for today…
You can find all the challenge details at Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge FTTC198.
stamps: Flourishes (Petals and Peace, Naturally Merry)
clay medium: Premier Light Weight Stone Clay
inks: Memento, Copic, Versamark
red ribbon, silver twine: Flourishes
star charm, red brad: My Mind's Eye
star die cut shape: Spellbinders
bells: Micheal's Craft Store
bakers twine: The Twinery
embossing powders: Stampendous
misc.: wood button, cream ribbon, wire.