Scrapbook How-To: Create a Clay Accent

Stamp speech bubbles into polymer clay to create a title that’s worth repeating, like Deena Boese did on her layout. The playful shape makes these accents an attention-grabbing must-have for layouts about talkative kids or friends.

Today? by Deena Boese from Mixed Media, Vol. 1

Today? by Deena Boese from Mixed Media, Vol. 1


Create clay page accents using the following equation:

Today-equation

 

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7 Responses to Scrapbook How-To: Create a Clay Accent

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  2. Very cool, going to try this thanks for sharing

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  4. Chris Wooten says:

    What a cutie and layout is great too. Love,love this site. chris@iwooten.com

    Keep the inspiration coming Thank you

  5. Carol says:

    I guess I am dense but all I see here is pictures of some items to be used. I don’t even see an explanation for what they are or how to use them to create anything. I guess this post is for people who already know how this craft works not for those of us who are new to it….

  6. Hello i am kavin, its my first occasion to commenting
    anyplace, when i read this piece of writing i thought i could also make comment due to this good
    piece of writing.

  7. Katiria says:

    what a great idea hope I remember it for my next layout

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