Sonntag, 1. März 2020

Moments in Time DT SASPC

Hello!

Our March challenge is, as usual...

 We welcome all types of projects (except digitally created) and encourage everyone to join us each month, whether this is your very first make, or you are an experienced maker, and share your creations. Show us your tags, cards, canvas, Artist Trading Cards/Coins, art journal, altered objects - whatever you can imaging that fits our steampunk/industrial theme. We are in awe of your creative imaginations and use of materials, and look forward to each challenge to see where your creative muse took you.

I was inspired to create a new mixed media Art Journal page with a lot of textures and structures.
and  I really wanted to try my new soft mould 'Time Machine' from Stamperia.



Tips & Tricks

 



you can use various basic materials,
Soft Clay Extra light from Stamperia is recommended

But I had heard that it can also work with acrylic groove sealant from the DIY store. 
I just had to try that and used white and black groove sealant .

Use a standard cartridge and apply the compound to the mould with a spatula, 
preferably not too thin
then let it dry for 48 hours, a long waiting time, 
but the mass must be completely dry or it will be difficult to remove them in one piece.



and so I started to put the single parts together or layer them on top of each other

now it is up to your own creativity whether you use it as a structural mat 
or in individual parts.
 You can cut out single parts but also tear it with a little practice,
 which I personally liked better.



I combined it with chipboards (Dusty Attic) and some cutout's from a Stamperia 
paper collection 'Voyages Fantastiques'.


the parts are flexible and adapt to any surface shape, they can be coloured 
or just highlight the surface, like here with silver metallic wax

some close up's



for me worked this replacement material  very well
and I will try it soon on a round underground form

 My  teamies at SASPC have come up with many

inspiring and different versions
on this Steampunk/ Industrial  challenge.

We are looking forward to see your new creations! 

 

  Happy Crafting!

 

Kerstin

3 Kommentare:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous work! Thanks for description step by step what and how you used here! Hugs, Zoja!

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  2. I LOVE this!! Wonderful make, and so filled with details. Thanks for sharing the molding tips! hugs, Maura

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  3. Genial gemacht und sieht einfach wieder mega aus! Sorry, dass ich das erst so spät kommentiere. Shame on me!

    Claudia xxx

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I always appreciate all your comments. Thanks so much!