Creative Paperclay® modeling material
Altered Arts Collage Sheet AP-392 - Beauty Labels
Maya Mists (Pink Mist)
Glimmer Mists (Viva Pink, Suflower, Pinecone, Olive Vine, Coral, English Ivy)
Distress Ink (Brushed Corduroy)
Treasure Gold metallic wax finish (Rose Quartz)
Vanilla acrylic paint
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer
I found this bottle in the clearance aisle at my local craft store.
Roll out a long strand of Paperclay® and attach to bottle.
Clean residue from bottle again and set aside.
To make the roses, I have a series of photos for you to see the step-by-step process.
When you finish attaching the petals, you will find that a bit of the clay extruded out from the bottom as you were pinching, so cut off the excess, pinch and form into a neater, small flower bottom.
While these are air drying, make tiny little leaves. These are so easy to make. Simply press small bits of Paperclay® onto your craft sheet (or a piece of wax paper) and trim into marquee shapes. Add veins with a toothpick or clay tool, if you have one.
Color the roses and leaves with the mists. Let dry. I wanted to add a bit of shabbiness to the roses, so I dabbed a tiny bit of watered down vanilla acrylic paint around the petals. I also added a touch of brown distress ink to the strands to give them a more mottled, natural look.
rose water to your bottle, and you are done! What do you think? Wouldn't this make a wonderful gift for someone special?
I hope you enjoyed my project, and that I have inspired you to make some Creative Paperclay® roses. They are so easy and fun, you may not want to stop. As always, I want to thank you for stopping by, and hope you will visit the Creative Paperclay® online store, as well as the blog to see what our other fabulous designers have created for you! I would also love it if you would visit my blog at Black Hole Art Studio.
Have a wonderful, creative week!