Friday, March 1, 2013

Amazing Mold Putty Blog Hop!

 
 
 


Thanks for joining us on the Amazing Mold Putty blog hop.  Stop at every blog on the list below and leave a comment on each one and you could win a prize!  The theme is COLOR.  If you know my work you know I usually use muted and grungy colors, so I tried to go a bit out of my comfort zone on this one.  I created a Hello Kitty pen/pencil case to go with a journal I'm making for a friend's birthday.  I had to get really creative with this one because I didn't have anything 3D Hello Kitty to use to create my mold. Sooooo, I used a two dimensional sticker like the one held in the clothes pin on the box.  I had to carefully press the paper sticker into my putty using uniform pressure all over until it was deep enough to make an impression.  Okay, I said two dimensional, but the sticker did have a bow and whiskers that were 3D, but still paper. Here's the way it came out:

 
I thought this was a pretty cool trick.  Now I have so many more things I can mold . . . not just 3D objects!  I then painted the medallion I created and adhered it to my pen/pencil box.  I hope you enjoy my project!
 
 
 Make sure to leave a comment and hop through every blog on the list.  If you didn't start at the Amazing Mold Putty blog go down two the link list below and start at the beginning to make sure you hit each blog.  Happy Hopping and good luck!
 
~  Make Today Count
Wendy
 
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14 comments:

  1. "Hello" - that is a piece you could use over and over again. Excellent! Very cute.

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  2. Super cute project! My daughters would love this! Thanks for the inspiration. =)

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  3. This is awesome I love hello kitty.
    Looking forward to trying this myself

    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  4. Wow! I'm amazed you could get that detailed a mold with a sticker! Awesomely creative! Gorgeous project!

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  5. What a creative idea! Great Job!

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  6. How cute, love your Hello Kitty pencil/pen holder!! This putty looks like it is so much fun to use!

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  7. Nice to know that paper can be molded! Nice!

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  8. Your hello kitty piece turned out amazingly detailed for being paper. It is really cute and colorful. TFS

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  9. Very cute! Love the background of this blog, too!

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  10. Cute project! My daughter used to love Hello Kitty!

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