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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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121-140 | 141-160 | 161-180 | 181-200 | 201-220
221-241 | 241-260 | 261-280 | 281-300
301-320 | 321-340 *NEW MOULDS* | 341-... *NEW MOULDS*

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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AM321 X5Lge Floral Corners Frame
W 6.3 cm x H 8.6 cm
Frame
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM321 X5Lge Floral Corners Frame
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins

Frame and geishas cast with Premo/Sculpey III Polymer Clay. When the item was cured, I filled the inside of the frame with Kato Clear Liquid Medium and cured again, heating with a heat tool to bring out the transparency and gloss.
Copper Geisha
by France Chevalier (DT)
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.

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AM322 - X6Lge
Weathered David's Face
W 6.5 cm x H 6.0 cm
(2.5 cm deep)
Cast from a statue, surface is weathered/blemished.

David Shrine
by Evelyn Watt

using
AM322 X6Lge Weathered David's Face

Face was painted then some of the paint removed with a baby wipe. The lizard here is a toy lizard but Krafty Lady does have a gecko and lizard mould, which you can see here. Piece done following a  Michael deMeng workshop.
 

Paperweight
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM322 X6Lge Weathered David Face

Cast with Sculpey then painted with Micaceous Iron Oxide, once dry Pearl Ex was brushed on and then sprayed with a matt fixative.
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Wash Your Face
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM322 X6Lge Weathered David's Face

Cast made with clear glycerin soap, glitter and ink were added after the soap was cast.
Altered Canvas
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM103 Lge Escutcheon Oval
AM305 XLge Maggie Profile Facing Left
AM306 XLge Maggie Profile Facing Right
AM322 X6Lge Weathered David's Face
AMKT6 X4Lge Wave Texture
AMKT8 X4Lge Crushed Paper Texture

Faces cast with Premo and words written with black hot glue and pressed into with texture mats.
closeup of the word "creation"
 

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AM323 X3Lge Kimono
H 6.0 cm x W 6.0 cm
Journals
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM199 X4Lge Female Face No 1
AM323 X3Lge Kimono
AM325 XXLge Crown
AMKT4 X4Lge Rococo Texture

Cast made with canes of Sculpey clay glazed with future floor wax. Fun foam was heated then the molding mat was pressed into it, and then sprayed with radiant rain sprays.
Kimono Guest Soaps
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM323 X3Lge Kimono

Cast made with clear glycerin soap, glitter and ink were added after the soap was cast.
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Notepad
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM323 X3Lge Kimono

Using a blend of clay to immitate Cinnabar (from Irene Semanchuk Dean "Faux Surfaces in Polymer Clay"), patina with black and brown paints, glazed with Pledge One Go (similar to Future Floor Finish).
Book bound with the Zutter binder.
Refrigerator Magnet
using
AM323 X3Lge Kimono

Cast with Sculpey and cure. Then Ranger Color Wash was sprayed into the recesses. Once dry, Opals Embossing Enamels were melted in the recesses using an electric skillet.
Use sandpaper to clean up the lines.
Blue Kimono Notebook
by France Chevalier (DT)
As seen in VampStampNews (June 08)
using
AM323 X3Lge Kimono


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AM324 XXLge 4 Fleur d'Lyse
6.8 cm diameter
Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM324 XXLge 4 Fleur d'Lyse

Also used Opals
Illuminated Manuscript Canvas
DT Project
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM238 XXLge Madonna Profile
AM261 XLge Mini Spanish Cross
AM316 XXLge Celtic Dragon
AM324 XXLge 4 Fleur d'Lyse
AM326 XXLge Engraved Fleur d'Lyse

Jeni's whole project is here

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AM325 XXLge Crown
H 4.8 cm x W 5.5 cm
Royally Clean Soaps
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM194 XXLge Spanish Cross
AM317 X3Lge Celtic Shield
AM325 XXLge Crown

Cast made with clear glycerin soap, glitter and ink were added after the soap was cast.
Bingo Queen Card
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM325 XXLge Crown

Cast made with gold Sculpey II and dyed with purple alcohol inks. The cast was then sanded to reveal texture. Stamp by After Midnight.

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Journals
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM199 X4Lge Female Face No 1
AM323 X3Lge Kimono
AM325 XXLge Crown
AMKT4 X4Lge Rococo Texture

Cast made with canes of Sculpey clay glazed with future floor wax. Fun foam was heated then the molding mat was pressed into it, and then sprayed with radiant rain sprays.
Chunky Book Page
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM325 - XXLge Crown.

Cast created with scraps of Premo and glazed with future floor wax.
Parisian Royalty
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM325 XXLge Crown (velvet cap cut away)
RP246 Scroll
RP304 Paris

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Modern Options Patina paint Harvest Gold, Krylon gold leafing pen, red tissue paper, assorted beads, German Scrap, Peel off gold border, patterned and textured papers, gold shim, inkpads: StazOn Jet Black inkpad, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold; and Stamp-It stamp.
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The Crown Jewels
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM325 XXLge Crown

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Black acrylic paint, Brass Lumiere paint, red flock, patterned embossed paper, red velvet adhesive drawer liner, distressed background paper, gold German Scrap, Collections Rusty Letters and Cuttlebug embossing folder.
Love is Like.....
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM325 XXLge 3 Crowns (partial cast)

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere Paint: Pearlescent Magenta, Pearlescent Violet, Crimson and Pearlescent White; Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Inkpads: Gold Encore! Ultimate Metallic, StzOn Jet Black; Magic Moon Glow Mists, metal shim, Adirondack Alcohol Inks, acetate, beading wire, twisted gold bugle bead, Grafix Rub-onz (and printer to print quote) and stamps from Penny Black and Crafty Secrets.

 

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AM326 XXLge Engraved Fleur d'Lyse
4.9 cm diameter
Notebook
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM132 Lge Full Column
AM326 XXLge Engraved Fleur d'Lyse
AMKT11 X4Lge Fan Texture

Also used tissue paper glued on the background, and gyprock tape, Pearl Blue Lumiere paint, and Jo Sonja Silver acrylic paint. Casts made with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, texture sheet with Jo Sonja's Texture Paste.
Illuminated Manuscript Canvas
DT Project
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM238 XXLge Madonna Profile
AM261 XLge Mini Spanish Cross
AM316 XXLge Celtic Dragon
AM324 XXLge 4 Fleur d'Lyse
AM326 XXLge Engraved Fleur d'Lyse

Jeni's whole project is here
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Patriotic Pendant
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM326 XXLge Engraved Fleur d'Lyse

Cast with scraps of Sculpey III in pinks and purples, and some translucent as well. This piece was cast, baked, and buffed with a felt wheel.
   

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AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather
4.4 cm diameter
Krafty Template Box
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather
Krafty Template - Present Box (large pattern used)

Feather cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with Carbon Black Jo Sonja paint, then aged with Plaid Sandstone acrylic paint.
ATC
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather

Mould cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with Aqua and Pale Gold Jo Sonja paint. Image is a digital collage I made, the German Scraps are from Artchix Studio.
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Fall Leaf
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather

For more information see France's SOYSILK® Fusion Project
Elegant Feathers necklace
by  Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather (partial)

Also used Sculpey Ultralight Clay, black acrylic paint, Silver Lumiere paint, Sculpey gloss varnish, assorted silver jewellery findings, assorted mirror crystal beads, tiger tail.

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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AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle
3.5 cm diameter
Christmas Thistle
by  Mylne Hillam (DT)

using
AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle

Also used Sculpey Ultralight Clay, Lumiere paints, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Artchix German Scrap frame, Ruby Magic Meltz, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, Collections chipboard buttons, alphabet stamp set, assorted gold ribbons, die cut scallop and assorted scrapbook papers.
Thistle Monogram
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
As seen in VampStampNews (June 08)
Using
AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle

Stamp by Stampington and Company
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Thistle Ornament
by Mylne Hilllam (DT)
Using
AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, leaf beads, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle
3.5 cm diameter
Pink Suit, Yellow Suit Soaps
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM329 X3Lge Suited Torso

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould. The background was stamped with an image from Inkastamps, and the soaps are held in place by a tight cellophane.
This idea could also be used for a card with suits made of Ultra Thick embossing powders, polymer clay, or resin.
 
 

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AM330 X5Lge  8 UP
H 10 cm x W 8 cm
AM331 X5Lge  6 UP
Mould measures 10 cm x 8 cm
AM332 X5Lge  7 UP
H 10 cm x W 8 cm
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Silver and Black Tiles
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

These are tiles for a swap, simply placed in their "frame" which hasn't been decorated yet. I cast the shapes with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, painted with Jo Sonja silver paint, then rubbed with black Rub'ons.  
Hair Pins
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

also Leaf Green and Translucent Sculpey III. E6000 glue to affix the hair pin to the cast. Silver Jo Sonja piece to highlight the features of the cast.
Hair Pins
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

also green and yellow Premo and Translucent Sculpey III. E6000 glue to affix the hair pin to the cast. Silver Jo Sonja piece to highlight the features of the cast.
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Cuff Links
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Cast using the Faux Abalone tutorial from the Polymer Clay Central, made with Sculpey III clays, though I would recomment using some Premo Black instead of the Sculpey III Black for this technique.
Button Card
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM237 Lge Left Hand
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up


Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay (hand was left unpainted), Lumiere paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, needle and thread.
From Mylne's SOYSILK Fusion Project
Sewing Kit
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up
AMMT Set XXLge Mini Torso Set (front only)

For more information and close-ups, please Mylne's SOYSILK Fusion Project
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Thumb Tacks
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Made with Red and Pearl Sculpey III polymer clay. You can see the back of the Thumb Tacks here
Sealed with Pledge One Go.
Thumb Tacks
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Made with a blend of Sculpey III and Premo! polymer clay. You can see the back of the thumbtacks here
Sealed with Pledge One Go.
Vogue
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM022 Med Circle Fragment
AM320 X3Lge Half Circle
AM330 X5Lge 8 UP

Cast with transparent Premo tinted with alcohol inks, glazed with Future Floor Finish mixed with alcohol inks.
Stamp by After Midnight
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The Song ATC
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Cast made with Sculpey. Stamp by After Midnight.

Faux Bone Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Cast with Sculpey III and Premo Polymer Clays using this Faux Bone technique
Amphora
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Cast with leftover clay scraps.
Amphora instructions by Tina Holden
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Fused Silver and Dichroic Glass Pendant
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 UP

Cast with PMC.

The image below is the same pendant prior to the patina being applied.
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Bracelet charm
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 UP

Cast made with PMC.

The image below is the same charm prior to the patina being applied.
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Silver clay pendant
using
 AM330 - X5Lge 8 UP

Cast made with Art Clay.
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Peacock Green
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM136 XLge Arabian Mask Large
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, assorted blue acrylic jewels, gold tissue paper, gold pigment inkpad, gold embossing powder, textured purple paper and a peacock feather.

Red Hat Society
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM300 XXLge Lady Floral Hat
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up
AMKT4 X4Lge Rococo Texture
 
Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere and acrylic paints, rub-ons, feathers and label maker tape.
1001 Nights
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM136 XLge Mask Arabian Lge
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Also a blend of Gold, Chocolate and Black Sculpey III. Stamp in background is a peacock feather by Inkastamps.
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Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM308 XLge - Mini Dragonfly

AM330 X5Lge 8UP

Cast with a blend of Gold, Emerald, and Cobalt Blue Sculpey III. This piece is not varnished.
Green and Gold 8 Up Bracelet
by  Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light clay, Halo Blue Gold Lumiere paint, assorted metal beads and jewellery findings
Red Hats Bracelet
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, gold fob bracelet, assorted glass beads and jewellery findings.
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Macram Scroll Beads
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Clay, Pearl-Ex, and some silk cord, and old skills learned in the 70s (macram).
Pendant
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Using Pearl White polymer clay and some black. Lightly highlighted with Pearl Ex.
Black Pearl Barrette
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM165 Lge Feather No 2
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Cast with Sculpey III Clays, from a recipe found on Little Bits.
You can see the back of the barrette here
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Black and Silver Pendant
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM192 Small Tag Rect
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Cast with a blend of clays, mostly Black Sculpey III but a bit of Pearl Sculpey III.
Highlighted with Silver Pearl Ex prior to baking.
The circle cast was placed on top of the hole marking on the Small Tag, and I pierced a hole at the other end with a drill.
Red and Black
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM332 X5Lge 7 UP

Cast with Friendly Plastic. Stonehouse Stamps
Black and White Pendant
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM332 X5Lge 7 UP

Cast created with Opals Embossing Enamels.
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Blue Ice Bracelet
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM332 X5Lge 7 UP

Cast created with Opals Embossing Enamels and foils.
Altered Clipboard
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP
AMKT8 X4Lge Crushed Paper Texture

This project was made for After Midnight Art Stamps, for more info see the project page at After Midnight.

 

Maki Neko Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM332 X5Lge 7 UP
AM356 X3Lge Lantern and Cat

Cast with a blend of Sculpey III and Kato Clay (both translucent) and coloured with alcohol inks. Beads were threaded onto memory wire (going around the wrist 5 times) and the charms were then attached with jump rings.
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Three Little Clowns
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM330 X5Lge 8UP

This blend of polymer clay matched this background. The stamp is by Zettiology, and was stamped on Vellum.
Swirl Me
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM332 X5Lge 7 UP

Cast with Sculpey III and Premo Polymer Clays using this Faux Bone technique.
Woven Wire Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Cast with a blend of Pearl and Green Sculpey III, wire woven as per instructions in a book by Linda L. Chandler, Linda L.,
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Lilac Button Bracelet
by Mylne Hillam (DT)

Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up
 
Also used Sculpey Ultralight clay, Lumiere paint, filigree gold beads and gold jewellery findings.
Turquoise Glitter - Resin Necklace
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used quick curing resin, turquoise glitter, glass beads, gold filigree beads, gold chain and jewellery findings.
Turquoise Glitter Resin Earrings
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used quick curing resin, turquoise glitter, glass beads, gold filigree beads and gold jewellery findings.

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Coral and Shell Necklace
by Mylne Hilllam (DT)
Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Polyurethane resin, pigment, assorted beads (shell, coral and wooden), tiger tail and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

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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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AM333 X6Lge Angel's Prayer
W 6 cm x H 8.5 cm

 

Chocolate Angel
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM333 X5Lge Angel's Prayer

also used Chocolate Melts in white and milk chocolate flavour, applying the white bits (arms, face, wings, legs) then after that the brown bits (overalls and hair) and then some marbled melted chocolate to fill in the background.
(Krafty Lady Moulds are not approved for food usage - use at your own risk.)
Christmas Tree Ornament
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM333 X6Lge Angel's Prayer
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture

Cast with polymer clay (Sculpey III, Premo!) and highlighted with Pearl Ex and Glitter prior to curing.

The textured back of this ornament can be seen here
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by Julie Evans
using
AM333 X6Lge Angel's Prayer
   

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AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins
Each Geisha measures
Height 10.8 cm x Width 3 cm

See also artwork made
with a similar mould:
AM351 X5Lge Single Geisha w/ Accessories
Height 10.8 cm x Width 4 cm
Frame
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM321 X5Lge Floral Corners Frame
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins

Frame and geishas cast with Premo/Sculpey III Polymer Clay. When the item was cured, I filled the inside of the frame with Kato Clear Liquid Medium and cured again, heating with a heat tool to bring out the transparency and gloss.
Pendants
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins

Cast made with Opals Embossing Enamels, fantasy film, black hot glue. Highlighted with acrylic paint and glazed with future floor wax
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Ebony Geisha
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins

Also using Sculpey III Pearl, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Adirondack Pitch Black Alcohol Ink, Sculpey Gloss, Inkpads: Encore! Ultimate Metallics Gold, StazOn Jet Black; metal shim, gold and black oriental peel off symbol, serviette, mizuhiki paper cord, wire edged ribbon, tassel, stamps from Tin Can Mail and All Night Media.
Porcelain Geisha
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins

Also using Sculpey Ultralight, Kato Liquid Polyclay, Alcohol Inks: Adirondack Slate, Pinata Shadow Grey; Sculpey Gloss, Inkpads: Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold, StazOn Jet Black; metal shim, oriental peel off symbol, serviette, mizuhiki paper cord, wire edged ribbon, stamps from: Lucy’s Stamps, Tin Can Mail and All Night Media.
Trio of Magnets
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM334 X5Lge Geisha Twins
AM351 X5Lge Single Geisha w/ Accessories

Partial casts of the Geishas, made with Pearl Blue and Pearl Green Sculpey III and rubbed with Treasure Gold. A magnet was pushed into the clay while the casts were in the moulds, and then glued after curing.

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AM335 XXLge Camel
Height 4.8 cm x Width 4.8 cm<
The Three Wise Men's Camels
Christmas Tree Ornaments
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM335 XXLge Camel
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
AMKT9 X4Lge Fronds Texture
AMKT12 X4Lge Bamboo Texture

Cast with polymer clay (Sculpey III, Premo!) and highlighted with Pearl Ex prior to curing.

See the back of these ornaments here
Christmas Tree Ornament
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM335 XXLge Camel
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture

Cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound. Painted with Jo Sonja Aqua, Celadon, and Jade, and dry brushed with Burnished Copper.

The textured back of this ornament can be seen here

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AM336 XXLge Decorative Hand
Height 6.0 cm x Width 3.2 cm
The Hand
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM336 XXLge Decorative Hand
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture

Cast with a blend of Gold and Translucent clay. The Texture Sheet was pressed on the back of the mould prior to unmoulding. The back was lightly rubbed with Gold PearlEx and the front too to highlight the design.

Back of hand is here
Hamsa
by Marla Frankenberg
using
AM336 XXLge Decorative Hand

Also using Polymer Clay.
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Wise Little Notebook
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM336 XXLge Decorative Hand

Sculpey Ultralight, sponged with Adirondack Alcohol Inks. Stamps by Inkastamps.
  Orange Lemon Hand Soap
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM336 XXLge Decorative Hand

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould.

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AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves
by Michelle Zimmerman

Large Leaf: Height 4.5 cm x Width 3 cm
Medium Leaf: Height 3.7 cm x Width 2.5 cm
Small Leaf: Height 2.6 cm x Width 1.7 cm
Autumn Leaves
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves by Michelle Zimmerman

Using black polymer clay (Premo!), gold leaf, and alcohol inks. Copper wire was twirled using the Coiling Gizmo.
Leafy Bracelet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves by Michelle Zimmerman

Cast with a blend of Friendly Plastic. Beads threaded on Memory Wire.
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Leaf Print Dress
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
Biggest Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
Available by Special Order
and
AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves
by Michelle Zimmerman

Old Premo clay that has been leached and is a little dry was used for the body, translucent Premo with a few drops of Jacquard Lime Green alcohol ink was used for the leaves. After curing the entire project was tooth brushed with burnt umber oil paint, wiped off and allowed to dry.
Minty Green Leaves Soap
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves by Michelle Zimmerman

Also using Melt and Pour Olive Soap, colouring, fragrance, soap mould. 
 

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AM338 Small Mini Sphinx
Height 2.0 cm x Width 1.6 cm
Sphynx at Sunset
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM338 Small Mini Sphinx

This was somewhat inspired by Kim Cavender (though... I have some ground to cover). A skinner blend of Red Cadmium Hue and Yellow Cadmium Hue Premo clay was used to cover the tin, and to cast the various shades of  Sphynx.
Blue Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM338 Small Mini Sphinx

Cast with a blend of Sculpey III and Kato Clay (both translucent) and coloured with alcohol inks.
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AM339 XLge Geisha Head
Height 3.4cm x Width 2.8 cm
Geisha Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM339 XLge Geisha Head

also used Amaco's Bead Roller #8
Translucent and Alizarin Crimson clay, and Arnold Gumner Flakes
Geisha
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM339 XLge Geisha Head

Also used bronze Friendly Plastic, metal shim, Metallic Gold Lumiere, Inkpads: Brilliance Graphite Gold, StazOn Jet Black; die cut “friend” symbol, old book page, oriental themed scrapbook papers and vellum, clear photo corners, punches: large circle, sakura; and corrugating tool.
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Fuji Murasaki (Purple Wisteria)
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM339 XLge Geisha Head
AM351 X5Lge Single Geisha
 
Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound (geisha head), Eberhard Faber Efaplast Microwave clay (fans and zori), Lumiere paint: Halo Violet Gold, Metallic Gold; Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, inkpads: Brilliance Galaxy Gold, Encore! Ultimate Metallics Gold; washi paper, Core’dinations Vintage Collection cardstock, Cuttlebug embossing folder, mizuhiki cord, gold peel off stickers, oriental diecut character and stamp from Great Impressions.
Happiness
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM339 XLge Geisha Head

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, black acrylic paint, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Mizuhiki cord, gold beads, found images, oriental serviette and oriental script peel off stickers.
Ylang Ylang Geisha Soap
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM339 XLge Geisha Head

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

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AM340 XXLge Cherub Set (deep)
Large: Height 2.8 cm x Width 3.6 cm
Small: Height 1.8 cm x Width 2.8 cm

 

Josephine and Napoleon Altered Bottle
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM340 XXLge Cherub Set

Mylne used the small cherub for her bottle. You can see the whole bottle and project here.
Christmas Ornaments
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM340 XXLge Cherub Set (deep)
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture

Cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound. Painted with Jo Sonja Aqua, Celadon, and Jade, and dry brushed with Burnished Copper.

The textured back of this ornament can be seen here and here is a close up of the little cherub
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Always
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM340 XXLge Cherub Set
(large one was used)

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Metallic Gold Lumiere paint, red acrylic paint, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, jigsaw pieces, red Dymo tape, red organza ribbon, German Scrap, script background paper, Bazzill Bling cardstock, red paper rose and image by Designs Galore.
Hearts of Love
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM340 XXLge Cherub Set
(large one was used)

Also used Sculpey III, Pewter Perfect Pearls, metal shim, Sarah Lugg paper, Lumiere paint, old book page, paper heart border, Dymo tape, gold gloss card, Cuttlebug dies: Textile Hearts, Vintage Corners; heart shaped punch, Ruby Mica Magic Meltz, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, paper rose, Encore! Ultimate Metallics Gold inkpad and Stamps by Stampington & Co and Great Impressions.

 

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