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Hi my name is DeeDee and this is my personal Craft Journal...This is where I will post the multitude of crafts that I do...A few personal things might slip in here and there but for the most part I am a crafter/ designer and that is what you will see....Comment if you like, I would love the to hear from you....make today your day to stop and craft it away....

Friday, January 25, 2013

Modeling Paste Challenge

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Hi Y'all

I joined in on a fun challenge from


It offers a new technique
taught by


Check out the Technique 

Angela Holt Designs

Then hurry back and see how I used this 
Technique on my design

I know I Know!!!
A Little on the dark side. I was inspired by one 
I seen and had to give it a try since 

1. I had all the supplies
2. I need this texture to do it
3. I wanted to play with this stuff badly
4. I wanted to be different than the others.

So I was way different!!!!

Here we go with my Skully Guy

I covered the Altoid Box with the new modeling paste
That I had colored a dirt color and added a bit of sand for added texture
I cut up my Glittery Skully Guy and added him to the top


Then I painted him all white


Then I started my distress and staining technique

I love how this looks
the little glitter shards actually make it look like
Wet Mud



Side view offers a little rest in piece (R.I.P)
I stamped into a piece of copper


The top View


I still need to do the inside
But am undecided what
I really wanted to use this for


So there ya have it.. I had tons of fun working on this
The new Modeling Clay so fun to work with
And fairly cheap and easy to make.

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Join in and try it out yourself
Its a fun mess to get into...

Happy Crafting.
DeeDee








7 comments:

pchickki said...

What a neat thing to do with an Altoids box. Turned out really cool Dee Dee
:)
Hugs

Tammy said...

So cool! Those would make cute Halloween favors filled with trinkets and chocolates. Hope you have a great day. Tammy

Tammy said...

So cool! Those would make cute Halloween favors filled with trinkets and chocolates. Hope you have a great day. Tammy

Teddi said...

dee dee, that looks great! way to go with your modeling clay skeleton craft. :)

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I have some of those skeletons in my stash (somewhere). What a great idea to use one on an Altoid tin!

Michelle Othman said...

Cool :) love it


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Vickie said...

This is so cool! I love this. Now I want to try it. I'm going to have to look at the technique.