Sunday, August 5, 2012

Stamping on Polymer Clay Tutorial


Some days you just have to hang your head and kick yourself in the rear.  Well, today is one of those days for me.  I worked and worked on a video tutorial for today's Alpha Stamps newsletter and then I messed up the upload so it didn't make it into the newsletter, but I'll post it here for all those who follow. 

The latest newsletter is chocked full of great things, Ice Resin, Paper Clay and Halloween.  Check out some of the things Wendy made and make sure to go view the entire Newsletter.



This is the first Gypsy piece I made for Alpha Stamps.  The hand is made out of Polymer Clay and you can see how I did it in the video below. 


Other items that I used from Alpha Stamps on this piece are some of their fabulous Collage Images, Tinsel Stars, fibers, stamps, decorative paper, the list goes on and on I just love everything that Alpha Stamps has to offer.


I kept the backs simple so I can add my personal information and swap them out in Alpha Stamps Yahoo Groups most recent swap.  Stop by and check it out. 



Let me know what you think, this is my first video tutorial ever and it was a lot more overwhelming to create than I thought it would be. 

Hope you Enjoy!

4 comments:

theresa martin said...

Excellent job Caroline. Very well done. I have to try this!

Creative Wings Boutique said...

Fab thanks so much for sharing

Diane at Craftin Your HeART Out! said...

Hi, Thanks so much for the video it was so informative and makes me what to try doing this!! Your piece is really beautiful. I love all the detail and the extra steps you took to make it look so dimensional and realistic.

Have a great week!
Take care,
Diane

missmacymay said...

Congratulations on your first video!! it must have been complicated to make, how did you make the text and how did you make it scroll?
BTW Jessica Sprague is offering a free tutorial on how to shot video with your cell phone in case you might be interested.
I enjoyed the music and found what you were doing in real time made the tutorial look very easy and doable; Now where is that clay I bought years ago and never used?
Thanks Glitter Tart.