Light-plates

Today is Play day with Polymer clay and lots of experimenting.  I used a cheap plastic light plate from one of my rooms, sprayed with alcohol and wiped off, then applied thin layer of  white craft glue . Anything cheap. Next I grabbed some clay & fun stuff .

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alcohol inks, pastels, distress inks, paints rubber stamps recipe card that was about the same size as my light plate

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stamp birds on paper and cut out to use for Mask when positioning, stamping and screen printing

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trace your plate onto paper, lay paper onto clay and poke needle holes in two hole and around the light switch

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Now when you stamp you can see where  Not to go

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color birds inks powders or whatever

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Miss a picture. I played down my 2 bird cuts out after the ink dries, to cover them before  pouncing some yellow ink onto the white clay, then decided to add a silk screen with copper arcrylic paint

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After all the paints and inks are dry you need to go  back to where the needle holes are and cut out the switch part and poke a small knitting needle where the holes are.

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Heres a couple of more with stencils, inks & powders

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Have Fun and Try some.

The  Stamp is Crazy Birds

 

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