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Challenge: Krafty Inspiration - Take 1 Make 5

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Cameo Card
using
AM294 XXLge - Rose Cameo

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog.
 
Three Little Clowns
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

This blend of polymer clay matched this background. The stamp is by Zettiology, and was stamped on Vellum.
 
Oriental Flavoured
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog. Stamp by Art Neko, designed by Heather Taylor/Taylored Stamps.
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African Girafes
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog. Stamp by AfterMidnight Art Stamps
Friends
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and Adirondack Alcohol Inks, highlighted with Krylon Leafing Pen. Stamp by The Stampsmith.

 

Africa Shield Card
using
AM345 XXLge African Shield by Michelle Zimmerman

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog. Stamp by AfterMidnight Art Stamps
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  Swirl
using
AM185 XLge Swirl

Cast in Sculpey Ultra Light and then coloured with Kato Clear Medium and Alcohol Inks.
 
 
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Cameo Card
using
AM289 XLge Cameo 1 Girl

Cast with black Premo, highlighted with Rub Ons. Main stamp from The Stampsmith, background stamp from Inkastamps.
 
Daisies
As seen in VampStampNews (June 08)
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1
AM280 Lge Mini daisy

Stamp by Inkastamps
 
Egyptian Themed Card
using
AM049 XLge Gypo Man
AM154 Lge Sphinx

Using Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, and Jo Sonja Aqua paint, also some Bronze Lumiere paint. Stamps by Inkastamps (sequin waste), Beeswax (column) and After Midnight (Egypt).
 
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Warrior Emperor
using
AM164 XLge Horse Mane

Cast with Cinnabar Blend, patina with Burnt Umber paint. Main image by AboutArtAccents, background image by Stonehouse Stamps.
Copper Geisha
using
AM321 X5Lge Floral Corners Frame
AM351 X5Lge Single Geisha w/ Accessories

Geisha and corners of frame cast with Delight Air Dry Clay and painted with a mix of Jo Sonja acrylic paint (Jade, Celadon, Aqua), then dry brushed with Jo Sonja's Burnished Copper.
Ajisai Hydrangea Paper (Seafoam) was stamped with a Beeswax background rubber stamp and embossed with copper embossing powder.
 
Scarabs
As seen in VampStampNews (June 08)
using
AM104 Med Scarab

 
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Be Woman
using
AM305 XLge Maggie Profile

Cast with black Premo! Polymer Clay, stamps by Non Sequitur (words) and Inkastamps (feather).
Exotic
using
AM306 XLge Maggie Profile

Cast with Friendly Plastic. Stamp by Qwikart.
Tiki Spring
using
AM210 XLge Tiki (reduced)
AM352 X3Lge 2 Frangipani

Both the flowers and the tiki were cast with Sculpey Ultra Light and glazed with a blend of Liquid Kato Clear Medium and green Pinata ink, then cured. The Frangipanis were only partially glazed.
 
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Fishies Card
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM047 Small Fish

Cast with Pearl Polymer Clay (Sculpey), and glazed with a blend of Liquid Kato Clear Medium and green Pinata ink, then cured.
 
Triangular Shaker Card
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
RP091 XXLge 11 Word Set
RP 118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP293 Lge Crackle
RP 300 Lge Eiffel Tower
RP404 Med Splatters
RP 464 XLge Sad Face

Also used template from PennyWise Arts.
 
Notecard
using
AM240 XLge Right Hand

Hand cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound and painted with Jade Jo Sonja Paint, and then some Luminarte Stargazer Polished Pigments were rubbed on it. Sealed with spray sealer. Stamp by Collections.
 
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Card
using
AM164 XLge Horse Mane
AM230 Lge Sq Pattern
AM240 XLge Right Hand

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with Terra Cotta Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabbers, and rubbed with black Rub'ons.
 
1001 Nights
using
AM136 XLge Mask Arabian Lge
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Also a blend of Gold, Chocolate and Black Sculpey III.
Cranes
using
AM188 Med Tag Oval Small

Also blend of purple and pink Sculpey III, and stamps by Inkastamps.
 
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Birthday Card
using
AM280 Lge - Mini daisy

Daisy cast with Sculpey scraps, painted with Chatsworth Rust Medium, and an application of Oxidising Patina. Stamp company unknown, stamped with Adirondack inkpads.
Greece
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls

Also a blend of Gold, White, Translucent and Pearl Blue Sculpey III Polymer Clay.
German Scraps by Artchix, and stamp by Beeswax Rubber Stamps. Technique used: stamping on quick laminate (clear sticky sheet), and colouring on the reverse with Pearl Ex.
Rusted Vestiges
using
AM125 XLge Trojan Horse
AM128 XLge Greek Column

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, aged with the Chatsworth Rust Medium and Oxidising Patina. The background was done with Franklin Opals on black card, rubbed with Antique Copper and Gold Pearl Ex.
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Card
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling compound, painted with black Gesso (Jo Sonja) and highlighted with Rub'n'buff. The background is a Marvy Metallic background.
 
Beautiful Ornaments
using
AM155 XLge Medieval Key No1
AM286 X4Lge - Lock (2)

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling compound, painted with Chatsworth Rust Medium and Patina. Background stamp by A Stamp in the Hand, background "to dye for". Words by Collections. Chain is regular ball chain aged with Black Patina.
Card
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1


Daisy cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with acrylic paints (Jo Sonja).
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Travel
using
AM277Lge - Small Clover

Moulded with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound painted with Black Gesso and highlighted with Rubons. Collage image by Qwikart Art Stamps. 
Blossoms
using
AM277Lge - Small Clover

Moulded with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound painted with Twinkling H20, stamp by About Art Accents, background "smakin' acetate" (thanks to Split Coast Stampers for the inspiration) and accent added with Kindy Glitz.
Three Hearts
using
AMKT8 Crushed Paper Texture

also used Sculpey Ultralight flattened (using a pasta machine or by hand) and Paper Texture pressed into it. Cookie cutter used for the shapes. Lumiere paints (Pearl Magenta), also decorative paper and tissue paper.
 
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Merry Christmas
using
AM206 X3Lge Festive Bauble

A very quick card, once the Delight Modelling Compound, used to cast the bauble, has dried. The background was made when painting the baubles (Lumiere paint wash and some webbing spray). The bauble is attached to the card with two small strips of double sided foam tape so that the recipient can remove it from the card and use it as an ornament. This card is A6 size (15 cm x 10.5 cm) and the bauble is a perfect size for it.
 
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Love Fairies
using
AM035 Sm Puffy Heart

two versions of the same card. Stamp by About Art Accents.
Red heart painted with Neopaque, Bronze one with Twinkling H2Os
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Eyes
using
AM138 Lge Fleur Distressed
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose
RP206 XLge Lady with Shawl (partial)
OR3356H XLge (Polymer) Rectangular Eyes
RP410 Lge Boxed In

background is scrapbook papers, images stamped with Archival Library Green, sponged with Adirondack Butterscotch. Moulds cast of Arbee's Paper Magiclay and Delight, painted with a mix of Jo Sonja colours.
Dreams
using
AM1004 Med Cathy's 'The Face'

also micro-beads and Marvy Metallic markers - Face cast with Sculpey III
Bundled Up
using
AM1004 Med Cathy's 'The Face'

Face cast with black Premo and highlighted with gold Pearl Ex.
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A Day at the Races
using
AM125 XLge Trojan Horse
RP293 Lge Crackle

The horse was cast in Makin's Clay in Terra Cotta and rubbed with Treasure Gold. the crackle stamp was stamped in VersaMark and embossed in Gold. The tags were provided by Krafty Lady, as were the Krafty Fibres.
Mon Pays
using
AM129 XLge Fleur D'lyse No1

also Opals to cast the mould, stamp by Stamp It, and clear EP resist technique.
Through
using
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
RP184 2 Geishas

Coin cast with Arbee's Air Dry Clay and painted and highlighted with acrylic paint.  Also used background text stamp (any will do), book pages, Memories black ink, acrylic paint
(for the background technique, please see the ArtSpecially For You book)
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Drama
using
AM090 XLge Mask

cast with Arbee's Paper Magiclay, painted with Twinkling H20's. Background done with Adirondack Color Wash and Pearl Ex. Some gyprock joint tape was embossed with gold EP and layered behind the mask.
Autumn Theatre
using
AM090 XLge Mask

also used Makin's Clay which I buffed with Aztec Gold Pearl Ex.
Background stamp by After Midnight (on brown card) and Beeswax (main card). Background made with Twinkling H20.
Dragon Boat Race
using
AM076 Lge Chinese Dragon
RP293 Lge Crackle

also Makin's Clay highlighted with Rose Gold (dry brush). Also used stamps by About Art Accents (main image) and Beeswax (caramel card).
The crackle stamp was stamped in VersaMark on the burgundy card...
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Artspecially Inspired
using
RP118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP149 Med Torn Weave
RP161 XLge Temple Plans
RP204 Med Compass
RP293 Lge Crackle
RP354 Med To Know the Value...
RP404 Med Splatters
RP425 XLge 2 Female Sketches (partial)

also used acrylic paints, StazOn Jet Black and Memories inkpad (for the technique, please see the ArtSpecially For You book)

Weeping Willows
using
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No.3

also stamp by About Art Accents and background made with Walnut ink and Adirondack Color Wash (Denim)
David
using
AM242 5XLge Alphabet Tile
AM149 Lge Clover

also used stamps from Stempel Tempel, Cherry Pie and Non Sequitur. Moulds cast in Delight and painted with a mix of White Pearl Jo Sonja paint and a drop of Raisin Adirondack ink from a reinker
(this card was published in VampStampNews May'06)
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Pierrôt
using
AM149 Lge Clover
RP149 Med Torn Weave

also stamp by Zettiology, background made with Lumiere paints
Heated Pearls
using
AM128 XLge Greek Column

Background is PVA glue and Pearl Ex (Blue Russet and Sapphire), heated with heat tool until bubbly and then left to cool. Mould cast with Delight and painted with a mix of Pearl White by Jo Sonja and Russet Blue Pearl Ex powder. Column was rubbed with the Russet Pearl Ex when the paint was almost dry.
The Key to Her Success
using
RP206 XLge Lady with Shawl
RP366 Lge Brass Keyhole
RP434 Lge Set of 3 Fleur de Lys (medium only used)
RP354 Med To Know the Value...
RP404 Med Splatters

Same technique as cards on left.
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Still, Paris
using
RP066 Med Memories Block
RP206 XLge Lady with Shawl
RP300 Lge Eiffel Tower
RP421 Sm Bee
RP303 Sm We will always have Paris
RP366 Lge Brass Keyhole
RP434 Lge Set of 3 Fleur de Lys (large only used)

Same technique as above.
Gazing
using
RP206 XLge Lady with Shawl
RP067 Med Create Block
RP434 Lge Set of 3 Fleur de Lys  (large only used)
RP126 Med Peacock Feather

Background is chalk inks applied DTP, Lady with Shawl was stamped in Memories Black ink and masked. Background images were then stamped with Colorbox Chalk Ink.
Dream
using
RP206 XLge Lady with Shawl
RP 118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP366 Lge Brass Keyhole
RP288 Med Dream your creation
RP289 Sm To create...


Same technique as card on left, then 'Dream your Creation' was stamped in StaZon Jet Black.

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Two identical backgrounds, two different mummies
using
AM030 XLge Mummy

one mummy cast in Terra Cotta air dry clay highlighted with black paint using a stiff dry brush (only the slightest bit of paint), the other was painted black and highlighted with rub'n'buff
also stamp by Sunday International
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Gaze
using
AM111 XLge Maysie's Key
RP464 XLge Sad Face

also: Collections Letters coloured with Kaleidacolor inkpad then glazed with Crystal Lacquer, Pearl Magenta paint, handmade drawing ink background, Quick Laminate by Marbig, paperclay
 
Dreams
 using
KFR#11 Frame
S4U002 Lge Pears
RP091 XXLge 11 Word Set
RP404 Med Splatters
RP464 XLge Sad Face
RP118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP300 Lge Eiffel Tower
RP303 We will always have Paris

also: variety of pigment inks for DTP, and Memories Black inkpad
 
Pears
using
KFR#11 Frame
S4U002 Lge Pears
RP091 XXLge 11 Word Set
RP293 Lge Crackle
RP404 Med Splatters

also: Colorbox chalks for DTP background and Memories Black inkpad
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Rome
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1

also: stamp by Stamp It, Pearl White, and Pale Gold Jo Sonja paints, VersaMark ink and Pearl Ex (gold) for the background
Egypt
using
AM030 XLge Mummy

also: Sunday International collage stamp, handmade background, vellum, Bazzil cardstock, mix of Opals colours for casting the mummy
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Cherry Blossoms
using
AM139 XXLge Fan No. 2
RP293 Crackle

also: Chinese coins, serviette, Encore Gold inkpad, Magenta Lumiere paint, Delight Air Dry Compound
  Simple Gingko
using
AM244 3XLge Gingko

also: decorative papers, Jo Sonja and Lumiere paints, Delight Air Dry Compound
Autumnal Frames
using
AM244 3XLge Gingko
KFR#11 Frame
ACR RP185 Lge Leaning Geisha
ACR RP182 Lge Kneeling Girl
ACR RP186 Lge Geisha Profile
ACR RP Lge Japanese Artist
RP404 Med Splatters

also: colorbox chalk inkpads, Adirondack Color Wash Butterscotch and Terra Cotta spray for the Gingko leaf which was cast in Delight Air Dry Compound
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Jade and Emerald
using
AM124 Lge Side Butterfly (1)
RP184 2 Geishas

also: Faux Polished Stone background, various Opals for the casting
  Butterfly Blues
 using
AM124 Lge Side Butterfly (1)

also: paper clay, Denim Adirondack spray for the background and to colour the butterfly, very light Walnut Ink spray on background, highlighted butterfly with Rub Ons
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