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Here, it's YOUR talent which makes us look good.
This section features work from customers, and also from our Design Team members (denoted by DT next to their name). If you would like to join in the galleries, please see this page for information.
Who knows, we may have enough pieces from you that you will also become a featured artist.
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 Art Moulds:
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Cathy Daulman's Faces and Art Dolls | Funky Alphabet by Michelle Corbett
Bears by Jewel Lewis | Pacific Series by Kiwi Impressionz
Torsos | Texture Sheets

Artwork from moulds designed by:
Michelle Zimmerman | Petra de Geus  | Colleen Lee 

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AM001 Med
Asian Coin Extra Large

Diameter 3.8cm
Card
by Ann Gerlach

using
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large

Cast with Black Sculpey III, highlighted with Lumiere. Stamp by Qwikart, on Quick Laminate, sprinkled with leafing flakes, layered on printed papers.
ATC
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large
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Page 9
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM116 Lge Oriental Pendant
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large

From Jeni's Altered Board Books
 
Interleaved Box
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
Krafty Template - Interleaved Top
AM147 Lge Dragon No 2
AM001 Med - Asian Coin Extra Large
AM112 Med 6 Petal Flower

From Jeni's Krafty Templates Projects
Modern Chinese Girls Collage
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM001 XLge Med Asian Coin
AM115 Med Dragon Phoenix Coin
AM139 XXLge Fan (2)

The Fan is cast with Black Premo and rubbed with Metallic Rub-ons and glazed with Future Floor Finish. The Coins are cast with Black Premo and painted with patina paints.
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Dragonfly dreams (top tags)
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM001 Medium Asian Coin Extra Large
AM013 Small Asian Coin Medal
AM244 3Xlg Gingko

From France's Flag Book
Japan
by France Chevalier (DT)

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.
 Pages 9 and 10
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large
AM097 Med Buddha Head
AM147 Lge Dragon No 2

From Jeni's Altered Board Books

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AM003 Med Long Mask
Height 4.8cm x Width 2.2cm
by Pipe Dreamink
using
AM089 XXLge Face with Scarf
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM123 XXLge Set of Wings (1)
AM156 XLge Italian Medallion
also used Opals

by Sue Roddis
using
AM059 Med Witch Doctor
AM003 Med Long Mask
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Mask Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Mix of Gold and Brown Premo.

From France's Miscellaneous Items section
Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Using a blend of translucent, red, and white Sculpey III and Premo, gold Pearl Ex, and jewellery findings.
Bookmark
by France Chevalier (DT)
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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Mask Brooch
by France Chevalier (DT)
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.
Bead Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM003 Med Long Mask

Cast with gold and chocolate Sculpey III, glass beads, strung on tiget tail.
Card
by France Chevalier (DT)
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.

 

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Hunting Cave Deer
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM054 Med Cave Deer
AM166 XLge African Oval
AM229 Med Tribal 8
AM272 XXLge Lizard

For more information please see Michelle's Screen Project.
Aztec Ruins Zen Garden
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM003 Med Long Mask
AM023 Med Petroglyph
AM026 Lge Mexican Calendar
AM034 Med Mask
AM118 Lge Deep Camel Box
AMKT2 X4Lge Leaf Texture

for more information please see Myléne's Zen Garden page
African Bookmark
by France Chevalier (DT)

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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Card
by France Chevalier (DT)
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
by France Chevalier (DT)
For a full list of moulds please see this page.
 

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AM005 XLge Cherub Large
Height 2.6cm x Width 5.0cm
Panel 2
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM005 XLge Cherub Large (partial)
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AM275 XLge Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman
AM280 Lge Mini daisy
KL391 XLge Blossom Spray
KFR#12 Krafty Frame No.12

For more information please see Darlene's Screen Project

Left Screen
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM005 XLge Cherub Large
KFR#1 Krafty Frame No.1


For more information please see Darlene's Screen Project

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Bath Bombs
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM005 XLge Cherub Large
AM035 Sm Puffy Heart
AM044 Med Floral Fragment
JB906 XLge Baby By Jewel
JB907 XLge John By Jewel
JB908 XLge Jane By Jewel

Bath Bombs: Small packet Bi Carb Soda, Canister of citric acid, Essential oil, Witch Hazel or Rose Hip toner, Food coloring if desired.
Combine all ingredients, stir quickly, test by squeezing in hand, if firm ball comes together ok, if still crumbly add more witch hazel, then essential oil, till to consistency.
Press into moulds firmly, allow to set in moulds pending mould, 10 min to a few hours, and gently release on to bake paper.
Present in anyone of the KL gift boxes which suits your needs.
Wicked Vampireta
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
AM005 XLge Cherub large
AM072 XLge Doll Face Deep

Suddenly there were little fangs on my worktable next to the Doll Face mold and I knew what I had to do. The cherub wings were cut out and used as vampire wings. Her mohawk is black clay textured with a knitting needle.
Angel in Soap Clouds
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM005 XLge Cherub Large

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, silicone patty pan, and Pearl Ex. The Pearl-Ex (used only for the angel part) actually washes off your hands easily.
 
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  Angelic Soap
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM005 XLge Cherub Large

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

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AM006 Med Nesting Squares
Height 2.95cm x Width 2.95cm

by Kristine Lockwood
using
AM006 Med Nesting Squares
AM1004 Med Cathy's 'The Face'
ATC
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM006 Med Nesting Square

Faux rose quartz made of Sculpey III translucent polymer clay and alcohol ink.
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Jar
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM006 Med Nesting Squares

Cast with brown Sculpey, brushed with bronze Pearl Ex and glazed with Future Floor Finish.
ATC Accordion Book
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM006 Med Nesting Squares

Cast is made with a mix of black and blue Premo and rubbed with true blue Pearl Ex.
Shadow Box Collage
by Jeni Calkins

using
AM006 Med Nesting Square
AM103 Lge Escutcheon Oval
AM139 XXLge Fan No. 2

Fan and nesting squares cast with Fimo and painted with glazed of acrylic paint and future floor finish.
Escutcheon Oval cast made with Translucent Premo polymer clay tinted with Piata inks before baking, then coated with Future Floor Finish.
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Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM006 Med Nesting Square

Cast made with a blend of black, gold, and translucent Sculpey and coated with Future Floor Finish
   

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AM007 Med Naked Lady
Height 5.2cm x Width 2.3cm

See more samples using this mould, made by our Design Team, with this Google search page prepared for you.
Paper Castings by Bev Bennet
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM096 XLge Madonna
AM125 XLge Trojan Horse

by Tyra Smith
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady

Craft Porcelain with Rub & Buff on top.
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Card
by Ann Lawton
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady

Cast with white air dry clay and painted.
Beach Belle Matchbox Shrine
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM083 Med Seashore

also used Delight air dry clay, Sculpey, Art-e-zine image, Collections letters, small tags, Lumiere Paint, Jo Sonja paint, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, assorted beads, Magic Mesh, variegated leafing flakes
(see inside of tin here)
Flirt
by Jeni Calkins
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM094 Med Circles
AM298 Lge Paris

Cast made with Premo, colored with alcohol inks and sealed with Future Floor Finish.
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Lady
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM007 Med - Naked Lady
RP 52 Duo Cnr
RP149 Med Torn Weave
KFR #6 Krafty Frame # 6

also: Makin's air dry clay, Brilliance inkpad, Adirondack inkpad
Panel 6
by Carol Murphy (DT)
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM298 Lge Paris
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Panel 12
by Carol Murphy (DT)
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM074 Sm Miniature Cameo
AM138 Lge Fleur D'lyse Distressed


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Hexagon Box
by Darlene Grob
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM276 Med Deco Face
AM288 XLge Heart Plaque
RP293 Lge Crackle
KL 347 Med Vertical Happy Birthday

Whole project here
Sticky Note Book
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
KL Lge Funky Alphabet A, L, I

Also Pearl and Pearl Blue Sculpey III, and my tutorial for sticky note booklets. The clay was painted with some Pledge One Go, mixed with some Silver Pearl Ex once cured and cooled.

Boxed Sunshine
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM254 Med Mini Fossil
AM078 Med Conch Shell
RP091 XXLge 11 Word Set

More info on France's Tins Page
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Panel 5
by Darlene Grob
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
RP091 XXLge 11 Word Set
KL391 XLge Blossom Spray
KFR#12 Krafty Frame No.12

Also used: black Makin's Clay and white Premo, further instructions for this panel available below.
Whole project here
Middle Screen
by Darlene Grob
using  
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart

From Darlene's Krafty Screen
by Julie Evans
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady

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AM008 Med African Profile
Height 3cm x Width 2.1cm
Flag Book - Front Cover
using
AM008 Med African Profile
RP073 Lge Africa Cube (partial)
From Ingrid's Flag Book
Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM008 Med African Profile

Cast with Sculpey colored with Alcohol inks and lightly sanded to show detail.
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Asia, India, Africa Card
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM008 Med African Profile

The cast was made from a blend of Sculpey II. Stamp by After Midnight.


Kwanzaa Card
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT) and Helen Bradley (Guest DT)
using
AM008 Med African Profile

Makins Clay, rub on letters and Die Cuts with a View paper.

Chunky Book Page
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM008 Med African Profile

Cast created with scraps of Premo and glazed with future floor wax.
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by Sharon Wilson
using
AM008 Med African Profile
AM016 Med African Mask
AM059 Med Witch Doctor
AM079 XLge 2 African Profiles

Cast with Polymer Clay.
   

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AM009 Med Floral Heart
Height 2.5cm x Width 2.3cm

Also available in smaller size as:
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
H 1.7cm x W 1.6cm
OR see them as a "set" here

More samples from this mould can be found in the Design Team section. We have prepared this Google Search for you.

Samples made with the mini heart can be found here
Adrienne Goodenough
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

"Art form the heart" is a piece done using a cat food can, alcohol inks, copper wire, tiny beads and a an air dry clay floral heart piece painted with Lumieres.
Adrienne Goodenough
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

also air dried clay heart, painted with black acrylic paint and Lumieres, mounted onto a collage of background papers and a photograph.


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Art Glass Pin
by Michele Emerson-Roberts

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart 

for a tutorial on these pieces, please see Aftermidnight Artstamps.
Across the Miles
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

also stamp by Non Sequitur
background made with a wash of Lumiere paint
Inside box lid
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

for full list of items used please see France's Shadow Box project

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Hearts Charm Bracelet
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
See the back of the bracelet, made using Krafty Texture sheets
Hearts Charm Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AM288 XXLge Heart Plaque
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
See the back of the necklace, made using Krafty Texture sheets

Front detail
3"x3" Notebook
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

Cast with Terra Cotta air dry clay, painted with Copper and highlighted with Black Stazon Pad.
The book was put together with the Zutter binding system.
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Altered Cheesebox
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM177 Lge Cheeky Face
AM239 Med Spiral Leaves
AM275 XLge Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman
AM318 XXLge Dragonfly Wings Set
AM324 XXLge 4 Fleur d'Lyse

For further info see Darlene's Miscellaneous Pieces Page
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Love of the Flower Garden
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart

Cast created with Fine Silver Art Clay.
 

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AM011 Med Leaf
Height 3.4cm x Width 2.1cm

See more samples using this mould, made by our Design Team, with this Google search page prepared for you.
by Jill Sharp
using
AM011 Med Leaf
(3.4cm x 2.1cm)
KL393 Lge Contemporary Rosebud Lge

by Linda Hanson
using
AM011 Med - Leaf
(3.4cm x 2.1cm)
AM247 Med - Leaf
(Medium 1.5cm x 2.7cm)
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Scrapbook Page
by Becky Chabot

using
AM011 Med Leaf

This layout won third place in the 2006 Ranger Melt Art Contest.
Art Glass Pin
by Michele Emerson-Roberts

using
AM011 Med Leaf
 
for a tutorial on these pieces, please see Aftermidnight Artstamps.
Leaf
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
 AM011 Med Leaf

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Eureka Opals, Lumiere and Folk Art paint, black, white and gold card stock, Moon Glow products: Starburst Stain, Glitz Spritz and 2 toned embossing powders; Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, Krylon gold leafing pen, Collections core board disks, domed alphabet stickers and stamps from Stampendous and Lucy’s Stamps.
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Leaf Card
by Michi Michaelson
using
AM011 Med Leaf (Large)
AM247 Med Leaf (Medium)

Gold hot glue was used to mould these casts
Green Fairy Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM247 Med Leaf Med
AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls
AM303 XXLge Fairy Cameo
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
Front detail
Back detail
The leaf pendant
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM193 XLge 2 Fragments
AMKT2 X4Lge Leaf Texture

Cast with Opals embossing Enamels and midnight glass.
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 Autumn Leaf Pendant
by  Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf

Also used Black Sculpey III, Watermelon Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, gold bail and jewellery findings, black cord and organza ribbon.
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  Leaf Bracelet
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM085 Med Crest
KL “M” Lge Funky Alphabet M

Also used Magic Meltz: Emerald, Gold and Amethyst (amethyst and gold to make bronze); Krylon gold leafing pen, gold micro beads, bracelet, assorted jewellery findings, assorted beads and sequins and Hero Arts stamp.
 
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Waterfall Leaf Necklace and Earrings Set
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used black Sculpey III, Waterfall Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, fire polished beads, metal beads, assorted jewellery findings and nylon coated tiger tail.

I cast the leaf with black Sculpey and baked it according to the manufacturer's instructions. Once it had cooled, I used an adhesive that dries tacky and applied a piece of Fantasy Film over the surface. Using my fingernail, I pushed the film down into the detail of the leaf. I trimmed away the excess film and then dipped it in melted Franklin Opals, first the front and then once set, I dipped the back and set it aside until it hardened.

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Rose Leaf Bracelet
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used Sculpey III, garnet stone chips, glass and metal beads and jewellery findings.
For further instructions, see the this section.

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AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
Diameter 2.3cm

See more samples using this mould, made by our Design Team, with this Google search page prepared for you.
by Sharon Tracey
using
AM139 XXLge Fan No. 2
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal

Japan
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM001 Med Asian Coin Extra Large
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
AM043 XLge Asian Symbol No 3
KL "J"- Lge Funky Alphabet J
KL "A"- Lge Funky Alphabet A
KL "P"- Lge Funky Alphabet P
KL "N"- Lge Funky Alphabet N

Stamps by Inkastamps (leaves and geisha) and About Art Accent (fans). Part of France's Screen Project
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ATC
by France Chevalier (DT)
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).



Lucky Dragon
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM147 Lge -  Dragon No 2
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
AMKT3 X4Lge Reptile Texture

Dragon cast with Black Premo!, coins with two types of air dry clay (hence the middle one being smaller, some clays shrink), the texture was cast with Texture Paste (Jo Sonja).
  
Through
by France Chevalier (DT)
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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Dragonfly dreams (top tags)
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM001 Medium Asian Coin Extra Large
AM013 Small Asian Coin Medal
AM244 3Xlge Gingko

See the whole Flag Book
Treasure box
by  Jeni Calkins (DT)
using 
AM013 Sm Asian Coin Medal
AM061 Sm Oval Cabochon
AM133 XLge Mask Rays Lge

Cast created using opals also used midnight glass and stamp by After Midnight.

 

 

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AM014 Med Egyptian Bug
Height 2.3cm x Width 3.0cm
Fun Foam Casts
by Zeborah Loray
using
AM014  Med Egyptian Bug
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
AM138 Lge Fleur D'lyse Distressed

I tried using fun foam with the molds. Another very light weight material. Great for adding to cards or ATCs.

I laid the fun foam over the mold and heated it from above with the Heat It Craft Tool. If you over heat the fun foam it will burn through. The Heat it tool is a lower temp heat gun that doesn't blow so hard. Great for using with embossing powders too.
The fun foam will slump into the mold- while it is still warm I pressed it firmly to get all the detail. Use a hot pad for this- the fun foam gets pretty warm.

I used a little metallic buffing wax on some of these for a light touch of color.
Bookmark
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Bugs were cast with a blend of Gold, Black, and Red Sculpey III, and varnished with Pledge One Go. 
The bookmark style is inspired by the work of Kathy Martin. 
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Wine Glass Charms
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM069 Med Egyptian Glyph
AM104 Med Scarab
AM070 Sm King Tut Mask
AM088 XLge 2 x Queen Nefertiti (small one used)
AM068 Med Egyptian Cat Fragment
AM052 Med Egyptian Triangle
AM107 Lge Pharoah Profile
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Moulds listed above starting with the rectangle on the left, and going clockwise.
These were cast with a blend of Pearl Blue, Gold, and Translucent Sculpey III, lightly highlighted with gold Treasure Gold after curing, and varnished with two coats of Pledge One Go.
In the Forest ATC
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Background created with Kaleidoscope Kreations program. Cast made with Sculpey and Metallic Rub-ons.
Ancient Egyptian Wall Hanging
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

For the full list of moulds used and more information on this panel, please see Jeni's SOYSILK Fusion project.

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Bug Tacks
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Cast with a blend of clay leftover from another project (Sculpey III: Tan, Maroon, Ivory, Sweet Potato, Chocolate). Varnished with Varathane.
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Egyptian Bug Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Made with FIMO Translucent Clay, and Alizarin Crimson Premo. The pieces were cast, cured, then painted with a wash of Rose Gold Jo Sonja paint with a bit of Pledge One Go. When that was dried, they were given another coat of Pledge One Go.

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Buggy Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Made with FIMO Translucent Clay, and Alizarin Crimson Premo. The pieces were cast, cured, then painted with a wash of Rose Gold Jo Sonja paint with a bit of Pledge One Go. When that was dried, they were given another coat of Pledge One Go. Beads were threaded on three pieces of memory wire, which were glued inside small holes on the side of the mould, using Loctite Gel.
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Turquoise Bugs
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM014 Med Egyptian Bug

Combining a few recipes to make a Faux Turquoise stone, using Sculpey III and Premo Polymer Clay, acrylic paint, and black sand. The pieces were varnished with a coat of Pledge One Go (which is similar to Future Floor Finish).
   

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AM015 Med Curls In Squares
Height 3.1cm x Width 3cm
RETIRED June 08
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“Pretty In Pink” Altered Tin
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM015 Med Curls In Squares ( Partial )
KL "P"- Lge Funky Alphabet P

Arbee Paper Clay, Acrylic Paint, Clear Kindy Glitz, Cigar Tin, Solver Metal Primer, OP digital print
 

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AM016 Med African Mask
Height 2.5cm x Width 1.7cm
See No Evil
by Myléne Hillam
using
AM016 Med African Mask

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, acrylic paint, metal shim, StazOn Jet Black inkpad, assorted handmade papers, brads and alphabet stamp set from New Kid on the Block.

In the Wild ATC
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM016 Med African Mask

Background created with Kaleidoscope Kreations program. Cast made with Sculpey and glazed with Future Floor Finish mixed with a touch of paint.
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Small book
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM016 Med African Mask
AM243 XLge Floral Cab

Cast made with Sculpey clay.
Tribal Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM016 Med African Mask (1) 

Cast with a mix of Sculpey. 
Card
by Ann Lawton
using
AM016 Med African Mask
AM146 Lge African Shield no.1
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 Shell Mask Choker
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM016 Med African Mask

Also used Macquarie and Franklin Opals, Amethyst Mica Magic Meltz, White UTEE, Sapphire Powdered Pearls, shell beads, silver jewellery findings, Beadalon Velour Tubing and silver tiger tail.

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African Mask Earrings
using
AM016 Med African Mask
 
Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paints, antique copper chandelier earrings, jewellery findings and assorted beads.

by Sharon Wilson
using
AM008 Med African Profile
AM016 Med African Mask
AM059 Med Witch Doctor
AM079 XLge 2 African Profiles

Cast with Polymer Clay.
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  As seen in Altered Arts (July 2008)

African Tin
by France Chevalier (DT)
For a full list of moulds please see this page.
 

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AM017 Med 5 Flowers
Diameter 2.6cm
Mini Post It Note Holder
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM017 Med 5 Flowers
Diameter 2.6cm

Cast with Silver Sculpey, stippled with Gold Krylon Leafing Pen, then highlighted with same pen. Book was made with handmade paper (purchased) and a little leather thong was secured when adhering the mould with hot glue. 
Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM017 Med 5 Flowers

A mix of Sculpey III clay to cast the mould, and that same mixed was shaped into two tube beads.

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AM019 Med Etruscan Shield
Height 2.9cm x Width 3.6cm
Watercolor Shield Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

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

Oriental Flavoured
by France Chevalier (DT)

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
by France Chevalier (DT)

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
by France Chevalier (DT)

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
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM019 Med Etruscan Shield

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould.
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  Watermelon Soap
by France Chevalier (DT)
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
by Sue Roddis
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose
by Sue Roddis
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose
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by Sue Roddis
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose
Eyes
by France Chevalier (DT)
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
Pendant and Earrings Set
by France Chevalier (DT)
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.
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Necklace and Matching Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)

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.

 

Scrapbooking Layout - Ryan
by Becky Chabot
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose

The mould was cast with black UTEE thinned with some clear UTEE, and a touch of flex. The casts were then dusted with Pewter Perfect Pearls.
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Post It Note Booklet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM020 Med Ceiling Rose

Mould cast with Opals, and highlighted with Pearl Blue Lumiere. Papers from About Art Accents.
ATC or Notebook
by France Chevalier (DT)

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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