This clay, crystal, powder and rubber stamped journal cover may be my best idea so far for using our Jewelry Clay.
Here is a closer look at the surface.
The supplies for this project seemed to fill my work area. I began with our ETI Jewelry Clay, gloves, a journal, a great rubber stamp and some StazOn Ink.
I made a few scratches into my journal cover to make it easier for my Jewelry Clay to grip to the surface.
I made a batch of clay and pressed it onto the journal surface. A little bit of baby powder made it possible to then roll the clay flat with a plastic roll right on the journal surface.
I rubber stamped my image into the clay.
I added crystals and metal parts next.
Then I just had fun "painting" the surface of the clay with Pearl-Ex Powders.
Hard to believe this will look great in a few hours when I brush away all the excess powder!
The journal turned out amazing!!
If this post inspires you,
send me a picture
of a journal you create.
I always seal my powders and surface colours with Resin Spray.
Labels: EnviroTex Jewelry Clay, Journal Ideas, Pearl Ex, Preciosa Crystals, Resin Spray, Rubber Stamping Clay