Makin's Clay - white
Makin's Clay Rollers and Cutter Set
Makin's ProfessionalⓇ Clay Mat
Plaid Coastal Paint
Prima Acrylic Paint, Art Stones, Molds
The Crafter's Workshop Stencils
Beacon Tacky Glue
Using a 6" canvas and a small 3" frame, I painted them with black gesso. Then I used molding paste with several stencils to add dimension.
While waiting for the canvas to dry, I created an assortment of different sizes and styles of wings. Once the clay was placed in the molds, I used the Roller to force the clay further into the mold so it would pick up all of the details
Once the canvas and frame dried, I used a variety of Prima Metallique Paints to create the background.
Spritzing the canvas with water allowed the paints to move and blend. I used a paper towel to absorb excess water.
Using Beacon Tacky Glue, I glued the frame to the canvas. I let it sit overnight to be sure I had a good seal.
I painted the wings yellow, then adhered the clay wings and keyhole to the frame. Then I glued assorted sized art stones along the bottom.
I added more art stones to adorn the corners of the canvas then painted them a coordinating color. I also added several small clay elements along the sides of the canvas.
Realizing I wanted to add a charm in the open space, I threaded some beaded chain through the keyhole and added the charm. I added a dab of glue to keep the charm in place.
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