Saturday, June 15, 2013

Simply Pressed Clay

Stampin'Up! has an awesome new product in the catalog this year.  It's called Simply Pressed Clay.


Simply Pressed Clay

Simply Pressed Clay
Price: $6.95
Molding clay to create your own embellishments. Use with our silicone molds. Add color by kneading ink into clay or coloring with markers after it dries for a more saturated look. Air dry is all you need.

* 2.4 oz.
* White
 It's a cool molding clay that can be used for lots of things.  You can add color to it  using our ink refills or you can use it white and color afterwards using a marker, reinker and an Aqua Painter.  So many uses.  You can use it in the new molds or stamp into it with a stamp.

Buttons & Blossoms Simply Pressed Clay Molds
Buttons & Blossoms Simply Pressed Clay Molds

Price: $7.95
Silicone molds to create your own
embellishments. Use with our Simply Pressed Clay.

* 2 total molds: 1 with 3 flowers, 1 with
3 buttons
* 2-1/4" diameter; 3/8" high
I like to make them just white and let them dry and then when I want to use one I can make it any color I need.  That is what I did with this card.
I sort of smushed it into my Strawberry Slush ink pad until it was covered and let it dry for a few minutes.  I then attached it to my card using Tombo Mono Multi Glue.  Then when it was stuck pretty good and the glue had dried some. I used a tiny paint brush and covered it with Crystal Effects to make it shine.
The stamp set used is Wildflower Meadow and the matching embossing folder.  If you buy this in a bundle you save 15%  132735 Wood Mount Bundle $21.95 or 132985 Clear Mount Bundle $18.50.  The words are from the Label Love stamp set and I used the matching punch to punch it out.  You can buy this set along with the punch in a bundle at a 15% discount as well. 132723 Wood Mount Bundle $34.75 or 132722 Clear Mount Bundle $28.75.
You can purchase any of these products by visiting my website and clicking on the SHOP NOW button.
As one last thing I thought I'd share is a couple of my recent cakes I've made.

Congratulations to all the recent graduates.

1 comment:

Wendy Zick said...

That is on my wish list now after you showed it to us the other night. It was surprising how light they were!


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