Friday, June 1, 2007

heres something for y'all altered artist


seen this on tv today,thought y'all altered artist might like it.heres the link.,1789,HGTV_3236_5551481,00.html

Polymer Clay Antiqued Art Canvas

Alisha Fredrickson applies walnut ink over the polymer clay and rubber-stamped border to create her antiqued art canvas.

That's Clever! : Episode HCLVR-343 -- More Projects »
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Polymer Clay Antiqued Art Canvas
Next: Step 1

gold acrylic glaze
5" x 7" artist canvas
scrapbook papers
vintage sheet music
picture by Raphael (book – The Great Masters)
rubber stamp
gel medium
translucent polymer clay
liquid translucent clay
walnut ink
twill tape
toaster oven
pasta machine
heat gun
heavy-grit sandpaper
white glue


ValGalArt said...

I'm glad you are feeling better and I hope your daughter and son in law are alright. I sent out your little package today and I hope you enjoy the treats. This is a cool project! Have a beautiful weekend and thank you for stopping by it always makes me happy to hear from you!

She'sSewPretty said...'re such a sweetheart. I'm glad you're out of your funk. Thanks for sharing this new show. I'm going to check it out. Hugs!

PEA said...

Glad to hear you're feeling better dear Jessie! No matter what happens in our lives, we always manage to bounce back and go on:-) It was so interesting to read about this altered art project, thank you for sharing it!! Have a wonderful weekend my friend:-) xox

PAT said...

It's good to know your feeling better, Jessie.

Thank you for this post! It's great.

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Pam Aries said...

Bless your heart! I a mso glad you are feeling better! Thanks for sharing the tutorial! ...I will mail your box out today!

Alisha Fredrickson said...

I am glad that you liked this project that I did for the show That's Clever. It was fun to see it on TV.

Janet said...

I saw that same show and loved that project. I printed it out to save and try later. You're so sweet to show the whole tutorial here on your blog.

LisaOceandreamer said...

sweet Jessie, so glad you're feeling better. thank you for sharing this tutorial. I didn't see this particular episode but I try to watch the show as often as I can!
Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
XO said...

I would love to try making one of those!

kansasrose said...

I am glad you are feeling better. I have been praying for you. Thanks for the link this is so pretty! I miss ya hon...I have been so busy with farm chorin' and getting the garden in but the Good Lord has other plans and sends the rains but I don't mind...are you having drought there like georgia? I am prayin for that terrible drought in the south to end. I have your seeds and such and some other goodies packed up...after wheat harvest I will get all my mail done which should be in a lots of pretty material and things to send to some other friends too...would you like some fabrics? What colors and prints? Email me and let me know...I can put them in your seed goodie box! Take care dear lady...loveto you, xxxooo