This hour's post is all about using Paperclay. I teamed it up with my papertrey Ink Impression Plates to give it a defined texture. If you notice on the green sloped area on my tag (below the turtle), you can see my favorite Herringbone Impression Plate put to good use.
In my video, you will learn:
- How to use your reinkers to color your Paperclay.
- How to impress a texture into the surface.
- How to cut it to fit a shape.
- How to sand down the edges for a smooth finish.
- How to adhere it to paper.
- How to use left over scraps like dimensional adhesive.
A few other photos for you of my card. Look how much dimension a paperclay element adds to your project.
I'll be back at 3 PM EST with another project for you! Thanks for stopping by.
Stamps: Tremendous Treats: Birthday, Little Bitty Bird, Flutterby Friends, Polka Dot Parade #6
Cardstock: Spring Moss, Hawaiian Shores, Simply Chartreuse, Dark Chocolate, Ripe Avocado
Ink: Ripe Avocado, Simple Chartreuse, Dark Chocolate
Dies: In the Meadow, Tremendous Treats: Birthday, Little Bitty Bird, Wonderful Words: Hello, Polka Dot Parade #6, Tag Sale #1, Herringbone Impression Plate
Dark Chocolate Bitty Dot Paper