Thursday, January 18, 2018

Botanical Pendant

Hello, Creative  Friends and Fans!! Jenn here today to share with you how easy it is to create jewelry using Creative Paperclay® Modeling Material! I have created this Botanical Pendant doing just that!

Supplies Needed:
A mold or a stamp (I used a stamp)
File block (meant for fingernails)
Satin cord
Silver jewelry findings
Necklace connector

First, roll out some Creative Paperclay® Modeling Material onto a craft mat or other non-stick surface. Once it is the thickness you desire for your pendant, stamp the shape into it. Cut off excess and use a paintbrush handle or stick to put a hole in the top. Set this aside to dry for 1-2 days.

Once your pendant is dry, use a filing block to smooth any rough edges and remove all the dust.
Next, prepare your satin rope using findings. Attach clasp ends using a strong adhesive to ensure that it holds.

Next, Paint your pendant in your desired color and allow it to dry. Finally, loop rope through a silver ring, attach to your pendant using a large jump ring. Add charms to the jump ring and there you have it! A beautiful and simple piece of jewelry you can give as a gift or wear yourself!

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Thanks so much for viewing my post today! I hope that you have found it inspiring!
Until next time, Happy creating!!

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

January Tip ...... by Cindy Porter

Hi Creative Paperclay® fans, today I'm here to share with you my tip for January... well it's more like a technique with some little tips thrown in, lol... I want to share with you all how easy it is to use Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound with silicone moulds...

keep reading to see how easy it is to create your own...
Now onto a video demonstration .... enjoy...

Hope you enjoyed this video...

till next time
Happy Creating


Sunday, January 14, 2018

How to Make a Decorative Bowl using Creative Paperclay®

Hello! Welcome to another tutorial. Today I am making a decorative bowl using Creative Paperclay®. It is a simple tutorial but can take a bit of time depending on the size bowl you choose to make. The supplies needed are listed below along with a step by step video showing you how to make this beautiful bowl. Of course you can choose your own colors and shapes. Let your creative juices flow!


Supplies Needed:

a bowl to use as a mold
PVA Glue
rolling pin
acrylic paint
sculpting tools
paper towels
paint brushes

Please follow along in the video below.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to share your creations with us on our Facebook page. 

Happy crafting!


Friday, January 12, 2018

Doll Up Bisque Ware with Creative Paperclay®

 I have kept my pencils in the bisque ware vase for years but decided it needed a facelift and what would be better than using Creative Paperclay® to jazz it up.

Creative Paperclay®
Bisque ware vase
Stamps & molds
Adhesive size
Metal leaf
Image transfer
After transferring an image onto the vase, I added stamped and molded Creative Paperclay® embellishments and let it dry.

The image transfer here was done with a toner image and Chartpak blender pen.

I then added a dirty wash to the surface. A dirty wash is the dirty water from cleaning your paintbrushes. It is a great way to add a hint of color.

I then applied an adhesive size for metal leaf onto the vase. I goes on white but when it becomes clear it is ready to apply the metal leaf. A large brush was used to remove the excess leaf. The inside was painted with a gold gesso. Great way to start the New Year is with a new look.

Dream in Color!

Darlene Olivia McElroy

Friday, January 5, 2018

January First Friday Fan Day

Need some inspiration for your next Creative Paperclay® project? Check out what folks are making with Creative Paperclay™.

Clay Covered Vases
Mobile Phone Holder
Clay Feathers
Clay Mold Appliques on Furniture

Using Paperclay to Make a Mold
Christmas Ornament
Paperclay and Gourd Ornaments

  1. Use the hashtag #CreativePaperclay on all your social networks.
  2. When using Facebook, be sure the your posts and images using the #Creative Paperclay hashtag are set to public, otherwise we won't be able to find you.
  3. Share your projects on the Creative PaperClay® Facebook page.
I'm always trolling the web, looking for great Creative Paperclay® projects. If you find something, post it on our Facebook page.


Find the answers to your paperclay questions. See what other folks are creating. Stop by our Facebook group and say, "Hi!" Creative Paperclay Q&A

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Embossed Hearts

Hello Creative Paperclay® Fans!! Jenn here today to share with you another unique way to use your paperclay! Making these embossed hearts is easier than you may think.

I hope you all had a wonderful Holiday season and that you are ready to get even more creative this year.

Have you ever used embossing folders? Have you tried to use them with Creative Paperclay®? Well, that is exactly how these adorable little hearts were created.

First, gather the supplies needed:
Creative Paperclay® modeling material
Selection of embossing folders
Rolling pin
Wax paper
Medium grit file
Tool to create small hole
Heart shaped cookie cutters

Once you have all your supplies ready, lay a sheet of wax paper down. Roll some paperclay into a ball and roll it out to the desired thickness using your rolling pin.

Next, place your rolled out clay into an embossing folder and close it. Use your rolling pin to make a nice impression of the pattern onto the clay.

Gently remove the embossed clay and place it back down on your wax paper. Using your cookie cutters, cut out as many hearts as desired. Make sure you remove the clay from the cookie cutters gently so you do not affect the pattern with fingers, nails, etc.  If you will be using your hearts to create jewelry, place a small hole in the top with a paper piercer. If your going to use them as embellishments you will not need the hole. I will be using my hearts for more than one project so some only some were pierced. Leave your cut out hearts on the wax paper to dry for the night. This may take longer depending on thickness of the hearts.

Once your hearts have dried they are ready to paint, stain, etc. and use to create jewelry or as embellishments on other projects. Use your file to gently remove all of the rough edges. If you look at the hearts below, you can see the before and after filing effect.

 I have painted one using an oxidized silver texture set from Art Anthology to show how they look painted.

I just love these hearts and how easy they were to create! I hope you are inspired to get some Creative Paperclay® and embossing folders and try this technique! the possibilities are endless!

Thanks so much for visiting the blog today and viewing my post!
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Thanks again!

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Snowman Christmas Bauble

Hi Creative Paperclay® fans, it's Cindy here,  although it's after Christmas I am excited to share with you my latest creation.using Creative Paperclay®, a Snowman Christmas Bauble. At least I will be ready early for next Christmas...

keep reading to see how to create your own...


silicone and sculpting tools

Now onto a video demonstration .... enjoy

Hope you enjoyed this video...

till next time
Happy Creating


Monday, January 1, 2018

How to Make a Whimsical Flower Garden

Hello and Happy New year!!!! Today I will show you how to make this beautiful whimsical garden using Creative Paperclay®. It is a very simple tutorial and great for all levels.

Supplies needed:

Creative Paperclay®
cookie cutters
rolling pin
branch/branch slice or piece of wood
acrylic paint: Martha Stewart Piglet, Beach Glass and Wet Cement
glazing medium
PearlEx pigments - Super Copper
paint brushes
spray varnish

Follow along in the video below.

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Thanks for stopping by.