Easy rustic hand formed clay tags made with these stamps.
The other day
I had fun with clay.
Embellish gifts, a nightlight (top left), or an apothecary jar.
“I did not know
you were a sculptor,”
“Far from it,”
with a raised eyeBROW.
Here is Stacey’s tutorial for using her clear cling stamps.
‘Twas these custom kicka$$ stamps
made by Stacey
Couldn’t resist forming a few little white dresses…
then they insisted on being velcroed to a stripey canvas–go figure.
That’s all the poetry you’re getting.
I sooooo enjoyed forming crude tags
then embellishing with custom stamps
(you choose your wording & font!).
I experimented with both polymer clay
and natural air-drying white clay.
I like the natural air-drying clay better
but since it takes a few days to dry,
you gots to be patient.
These easy projects require no tutorials
and very little time.
It’s Stacey’s stamps that steal the show.
Sure you can grab cookie cutters
and fancy tools to achieve
even texture in your shapes
if it tingles your jingles.
Experimenting with animal prints.
When is a clay tag
When it is as provocative as this
psychedelic animal print-y clay tag,
A coil of white. A coil of black.
Intertwined. Swirled then flattened
into a disk. Done.
A decidedly custom & quirky vibe at Asspocket Productions.
As a multimedia artist,
this stamphappy shop owner enjoys
writing, painting, altering books,
gardening, lampworking, glass, and
wheel-thrown and hand-built pottery.
Recently one of the artist’s stories
was published in the book Red Silk.
The photo that sold me on custom lovely stamps.
Custom rubber stamps
work for all sorts of projects,
no clay required; but they DO make
a great combo, yes?
Peace to you right where you are.
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