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Design Team Challenge
Krafty Inspirations - Take 1 Make 5
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Altered Bottle
Wall Hanging | SOYSILK® Fusion | Zen Garden |
Krafty Screen
Altered Board Book
| Altered Tin | Flag Book | Shadow Box
Altered Clipboard | Gatefold Journal  | Krafty Templates
ATCs | Cards | Miscellaneous
Challenge: Krafty Inspiration - Take 1 Make 5


Kristine challenged the design team to create 5 items with one mould. We got to Kristine challenged the design team to create 5 items with one mould. We got to pick a few moulds each and below are the results, and new pieces are constantly added, so do come back!

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AM003 Med Long Mask
Height 4.8cm x Width 2.2cm
Mask Necklace
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Mix of Gold and Brown Premo. 
Earrings
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Using a blend of translucent, red, and white Sculpey III and Premo, gold Pearl Ex, and jewellery findings.

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Bookmark
using
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM034 Med Mask
AM146 Lge African Shield no.1

Using a blend of leftover clays, LizZed Creations papers, black card, and suede thonging. The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin.

Brooch
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Also Lime, Emerald and Black Sculpey III. Sealed with Pledge One Go.
The larger picture will reveal earrings I made to go with the brooch.
African Bookmark
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

The mask was cast in white, gold and black Premo, and rubbed with black RubOns.
Paper by LizZed Creations.

The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin. 
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Bead Necklace
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Cast with gold and chocolate Sculpey III, glass beads, strung on tiget tail.

Card
using
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM059 Med Witch Doctor
AM146 Lge African Shield no.1
AM166 XLge African Oval
RP293 Lge Crackle
RP404 Med Splatters

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with Burnished Copper and Celadon Jo Sonja Paints. Stamp in 4 segments behind the masks by After Midnight Artstamps.

 

As seen in Altered Arts (July 2008)

African Tin
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AM019 Med Etruscan Shield
Height 2.9cm x Width 3.6cm
Watercolor Shield Bracelet
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

Using a technique by Maggie Maggio, explained on Parole de Pate (in English here ).

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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Friends
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

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

 

Etruscan Pendant
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

Cast with Sculpey III and Premo Polymer Clays using this Faux Bone technique. The Aanraku bail was glued with LockTite Gel.
Peppermint Fresh Soap
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould.
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  Watermelon Soap
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould. Using a technique I "borrowed" from Zeborah Loray.
 

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AM020  Med Ceiling Rose
Diameter 3.5cm
Necklace and Matching Earrings
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose (full and partial)

Technique based on the Mokume Gane, using Premo Gold, Cobalt Blue mixed with a bit of translucent, and Gold mixed with Yellow, as well as gold leaf.
The pieces were cast, holes were pierced, and they were cured. They were then varnished with Pledge One Go.

 

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Pendant and Earrings Set
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose (full and partial)

Also used a mix of Premo and Sclupey III Clay, gold leafing flakes, Gold Pearl Ex, and Pledge One Go as sealant.
ATC or Notebook
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose
AMKT4 X4Lge Rococo Texture

Inspired by Jeni Calkin's Shadow Box Project. Using the Texture SHeet and some gyprock tape. Both the ATC and the Ceiling Rose were painted and highlighted with acrylic paints (antique blue, and gold).
This notebook can accomodate any ATC. Slits were cut in the plastic cover, and the ATC inserted. Change the ATC to match your mood.

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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

More information in France's cards section
Post It Note Booklet
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose

Mould cast with Opals, and highlighted with Pearl Blue Lumiere. Papers from About Art Accents.
 

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AM024 Med Feather
Height 4.1cm x Width 1.1cm
ATC
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM030 XLge Mummy
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

Moulds cast in gold and black Premo! Coated with Pledge One Go after curing. Background is Marvy Metallic Markers and embossing powders.

Charm, Pendant, or single Earring (or bookmark!)
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM115 Med Dragon Phoenix Coin

Moulds cast with a blend of Translucent and Black Sculpey III. Rubbed with Silver Pearl Ex prior to curing.

This pendant was eventually used on a bookmark.
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ATC
using
AM024 Med Feather

Moulds cast with a marbling of Gold, Brown, and a mix of gold and dark red Premo and Sculpey III polymer clay. Cured and not varnished. Adhered to the card with Ranger's Glossy Accents. Stamp by Non Sequitur, handmade painted background.

Pendant
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM196 Lge Keyhole Diamond

Cast with a mix of Premo, Sculpey and Kato Clays. Cured, and assempled. No varnish was used on this piece.


 
Oriental Booklet - Nature
using
AM024 Med Feather

Made with Sculpey III translucent and a wee bit of Leaf Green to imitate jade. Antique Bronze Pearl Ex was brushed on the casting (with a finger) before curing.
Varnished with Pledge One Go.
The large image will give you details of the whole booklet.
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Samurai Man
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3

for more information see France's Screen Project.
   

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AM025 Med Fossil
Height 3.5cm x Width 2.5cm
Fossil Earrings
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Technique based on the Mokume Gane, using Premo Gold, Cobalt Blue mixed with a bit of translucent, and Gold mixed with Yellow, as well as gold leaf.
The pieces were cast, holes were pierced, they were rubbed with Aztec Gold Pearl Ex and they were cured. They were then varnished with Pledge One Go. Also used gold jumprings and earring hooks.
Necklace
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Using translucent Sculpey III and a mix of red and white and translucent clays to make pink. This technique is based on a faux-wood/faux ivory technique. The pieces were rubbed with silver Rub Ons,a nd put together using plastic beads, seed beads, jewellery findings and Bali beads and bails.
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Fossil Earrings and Pendant
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Technique based on the Bcheron Coquet from Parole de Pte. A cane done with various colours of Sculpey III. The pieces were moulded, pierced, cured, and glazed with Pledge One Go (Future Floor Finish equivalent here in Australia).
The pendant can be strung on a chain, on a choker wire, or on a black leather lanyard.
Hair Clip
using
AM025 Med Fossil

Technique based on the Bcheron Coquet from Parole de Pte. A cane done with various colours of Sculpey III. The pieces were cast, and carefully mounted onto a hair clip base, and cured. The metal base had to be adhered to the polymer clay after curing. I use Cabot's Gloss Varathane to glaze the fossils.
Bookmark
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Same technique again. This time, the small shell was pressed onto the large one after having rubbed Pearl Ex on both (gold), I pierced a hole, then baked. Then attached to the bookmark finding, using a jump ring. This piece was not varnished.
 
 
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Shell Votive Holder
using
AM025 Med Fossil

also: glass votive holder, beige and translucent Sculpey III, wax crayon. The technique used is similar to the faux woodgrain technique but iwth wax crayon inclusions.
My Portable Museum
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM183 XLge Scarab Fragment

A blend of Silver, White and various blue Sculpey III polymer clay, wire and beads. Finished off with White Pearl Ex prior to curing.
 
 
As seen in Altered Arts (July 2008)

African Tin
For a full list of moulds please see this page.

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AM030 XLge Mummy
Height 6cm x Width 2.2cm
Egypt
using
AM030 XLge Mummy

also: Sunday International collage stamp, handmade background, vellum, Bazzil cardstock, mix of Opals colours for casting the mummy
From France's cards section
Egypt
using
AM030 XLge Mummy

This mummy was cast in Terra Cotta air dry clay and dry brushed with black Acrylic paint.
From France's cards section
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ATC
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM030 XLge Mummy
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

Moulds cast in gold and black Premo! Coated with Pledge One Go after curing. Background is Marvy Metallic Markers and embossing powders.

Stubby Pen
using
AM030 XLge Mummy

Also Bic pen, suede thonging, black Sculpey III and Premo!, scrap clay to give bulk to the pen, gold Pearl Ex, and gold leafing flakes. Idea from Donna Kato's Millefiori Stubby Pen.
Bookmark
using
AM030 XLge Mummy (full and partial)

Moulds cast with some reconditionned FIMO (a blend of colours). Head was partially cast and a hole was made from top to bottom to make a bead out of it. Beads were also made otu of clay. Background is made with a stamp by Beeswax Rubber Stamps.
The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin. 
 
 
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Altered Mini Clipboard
using
AM030 XLge Mummy
KL Lge Funky Alphabet E, G, Y, P, T

Also used mini clipboard by Collections, Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Jo Sonja paints, and stamp by Inkastamps.

   

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AM034 Med Mask
Height 3cm x Width 2cm
Found Treasures
using
AM034 Med Mask
AM078 Med Conch Shell
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Using blends of Sculpey Ultralight, Sculpey III, and Premo. Pieces were cast, cured, and varnished with Plegde One Go (Australian equivalent of Future Floor Finish).
The chain was purchased in a hardware store. Large jump rings were used. A wee bit of Pearl Ex was rubbed on the large Fossil before the Pledge One Go dried completely.
Note pad
using
AM034 Med Mask

Cast was done with black hot glue,  stamp by Oxford Impressions. Designs from note pads can also be adapted to ATCs.
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ATC
using
AM034 Med Mask
AM146 Lge African Shield no.1

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, and painted with acrylic paints (Sandstone and Burnt Umber). Background stamp on ATC by Inkastamps, handmade paper was teared by wetting and then crumpled for added texture.
Goldstone Masks
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM034 Med Mask

From a technique on Polymer Clay Central, using Sculpey III, varnished with Varathane. The beads were hand rolled.
Bookmark
using
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM034 Med Mask
AM146 Lge African Shield no.1

Using a blend of leftover clays, LizZed Creations papers, black card, and suede thonging. The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin.

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Fridge Magnets
using
AM034 Med Mask

The larger image will show you a set of three fridge magnets. They were cast with scrap clay from a project (this would include Premo and Sculpey III), which I cut in small bits and then pressed together after having sprinkled them with copper EP. The EP doesn't show a lot but gave a distressed look to the clay. I think rubbed the pieces with Treasure Gold (Classic) and adhered a magnet to the back with E6000 glue.
Earrings
using
AM034 Med Mask

Gold blue and green Premo. Gold findings. The pieces were varnished with Pledge One Go after sanding to smooth out the back and the edges.
 
As seen in Altered Arts (July 2008)

African Tin
For a full list of moulds please see this page.

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AM040 XLge Fossil Snail
Diameter 4.1cm
Found Treasures
using
AM034 Med Mask
AM078 Med Conch Shell
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Using blends of Sculpey Ultralight, Sculpey III, and Premo. Pieces were cast, cured, and varnished with Plegde One Go (Australian equivalent of Future Floor Finish).
The chain was purchased in a hardware store. Large jump rings were used. A wee bit of Pearl Ex was rubbed on the large Fossil before the Pledge One Go dried completely.
3"x3" Notebook
using
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail

Snail cast with Pearl and Translucent Sculpey III, aged with Burnt Umber paint, and varnished with Pledge One Go mixed with some Silver Pearl Ex.
The book was put together with the Zutter binding system.
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Blue Fossil 
using
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail (partial)

Fossil was partially cast with a mix of blue and translucent Sculpey III clay, and silver leafing flakes. The cast was dusted with Micro Pearl Pearl Ex prior to baking.
Seashore Hair Clip
using
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail
AM083 Med Seashore

Chocolate, gold and a brown mix of leftover polymer clays (were blended and marbled to make this piece. The Seashore casts were cut to fit on each side of the Fossil, on the barrette blank. The little "coral" bits were hand made. The clay was glued onto the barrette with E6000 glue.
Calendar
using
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail

This was done with scrap clay from a friend who makes gorgeous beads. I just took a chunk of her clay and moulded it, and added a teeny bit of Antique Silver Pearl Ex. I did however roll the scrap clay into a ball and swirled it (as if making a swirl bead) before pressing it into the mould.
 
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Treasure 
using
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail

Fossil cast with air dry clay, colour was added while making the background, i.e. sponged with alcohol inks (Pinata). When the ink was dry, the fossil was covered in gold paint, which was then wiped off the top with a slightly wet sponge.
Dymo tape was coloured with Krylon Leafing Pen.

From France's ATC section
   

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AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
Height 3.3cm x Width 3.3cm
Blue Necklace
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No.1

Symbol cast with various blue hues of polymer clay, and the top coat (the first coat placed in the mould) was Sculpey III Translucent. The symbol and sides of the mould were traced with an embossing pen and embossed with gold EP.
Serenity (top portion)
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol 2
RP290 Dragonfly Set

(from France's Flag Book)
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Note Pad
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No.1 (partial)

A blend of green and blue Premo, leftover from another project, was rolled in a ball and pressed into the mould to form this partial cast.
The background was done with Jo Sonja acrylic paints and crackle medium. The stamp is by About Art Accents. The notebook was taken apart and the cover was used as template for the new cover.
Bookmark
using
AM097 Med Buddha Head
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1

Cast with a Jade Blend made with Scupley III Clays, Pale Gold Jo Sonja paint, LizZed Creations Papers, black card, black suede thonging. The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin.
 

This was later made into a different bookmark.
Japanese Bookmarkusing
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1

Cast with a Jade Blend made with Scupley III Clays. Highlighted with Pale Gold Jo Sonja paint.
Paper by LizZed Creations.

This bookmark is a new incarnation of one I had previously made.

The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin. 
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Samurai Man
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3

for more information see France's Screen Project.
Manchu Man
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM073 Lge Chinese Proverb

for more information see France's Screen Project.
Asian Chocolate Squares
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 Xlge Asian Symbol No.2
AM043 Xlge Asian Symbol No.3

Also Dark Chocolate Melts.

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AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
Height 3.2cm x Width 3.2cm
PostIt© Note Book
using
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No.2

Symbol cast with Air Dry Clay and painted with Lumiere Blue and Green (from my miscellaneous section)
Serenity (top portion)
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol 2
RP290 Dragonfly Set

(from France's Flag Book)
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Page from Altered Board Book
Dragon's Fortune

using
AM076 Lge Chinese Dragon
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No.2

(more information here)
ATC
using
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No.2
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal

Moulds were cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound and painted with Crafter's Acrylic Paint in Pale Pink, and Jo Sonja's Indial Red Oxide, then varnished with Pledge One Go (Future Floor Finish equivalent).



ATC
using
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No.2

Using a mix of Premo Tranluscent and Green clays to get a Faux Jade look. Patina done with gold paint. Asian Tree stamp (Inkastamps) stamped in Versamark and embossed in gold on matt gold card.
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Samurai Man
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3

for more information see France's Screen Project.
Weeping Willows in Purple
as seen in VampStampNews (June 06)

using
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No.2

also stamp by About Art Accents and background made witha Lumiere wash.
Asian Chocolate Squares
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 Xlge Asian Symbol No.2
AM043 Xlge Asian Symbol No.3

Also Dark Chocolate Melts.

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AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3
Height 3 cm x Width 3 cm

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).
Asian Chocolate Squares
using
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 Xlge Asian Symbol No.2
AM043 Xlge Asian Symbol No.3

Also Dark Chocolate Melts.
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ATC
using
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No.3

Using a mix of Premo Tranluscent and Green clays to get a Faux Jade look. Patina done with gold paint. Postage stamps (Inkastamps) stamped in Versamark and embossed in gold on matt gold card.
Japan
using
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3
KL Lge Funky Alphabet
J, A, P, N

for more information see France's Screen Project.
Samurai Man
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM041 XLge Asian Symbol No 1
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3

for more information see France's Screen Project.
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Altered  Mint Tin
using
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3
AM309 Lge - Face with Turban

Also used a mint tin (Eclipse), black Premo! polymer clay, gold leaf foil, and some Kato Liquid Medium to ensure good adhesion to the tin.
Hanging Ornament
using
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No.3

Symbol cast with red Premo, highlighted with gold Krylon pen, top bar was stamped with a stamp from About Art Accents.
 

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AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment
Height 3.4cm x Width 2.5cm
ATC
using
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

also stamps by Beeswax Rubber Stamps, Sculpey III and Premo polymer clay (Dark Blue mix, and blend of blues and greens) - Images stamped in VersaMark with gold Pearl Ex.
Earrings
using
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

also used findings, beads, Sculpey III and Premo polymer clay (Dark Blue mix, and blend of blues and greens)

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ATC
using
AM024 Med Feather
AM030 XLge Mummy
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

Moulds cast in gold and black Premo! Coated with Pledge One Go after curing. Background is Marvy Metallic Markers and embossing powders.

Three Kittens
using
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment
AM176 XLge Cat No 1

Moulds cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound and painted with Lumiere Acrylic paint. Background is a Lumiere Wash. Crackle stamp by Inkastamps.
Tissue Blade Holder
using
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

Also used a mix of Premo and Sclupey III Clay, gold leafing flakes, Gold Pearl Ex, and Pledge One Go as sealant.
With big thanks to Marie-Hélne for the idea and the tutorial on Parole de Pate!
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Pendant
using
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment

Done with a pink mix and black Sculpey III. Dusted with Pearl Ex (gold) and sealed with Pledge One Go.

   

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