Entwine – A Life Book Lesson

I have been working through my Life Book 2020 lessons and really loved this particular lesson by Toni Burt. She made an air dry clay pot and took it one step further embellishing it with beads and wires. The result? Fabulous!

pot

In the lesson, the clay that was used behaves like ceramic clay. I, of course, used Creative Paperclay® and love my results, no cracking at all! I rolled out the clay and draped it over a jar that I had covered with cling wrap. I stamped the word “Faith” made some holes and left it to dry. I then stained it and added wire and beads. The wire was too shiny so to keep in with the rustic look of the clay pot I used Art Anthology’s Rust Set to make my wires look aged. I love the result!

Pot

This piece is the inspiration for all of you that want to make your own mixed media masterpiece and enter it into the Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge.

A Little Bit About The Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge

The Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog offers a monthly challenge for mixed media artists. The theme is anything goes, but you must always use more than one media. Their rules can be found here. It’s a great way to show your work and meet other artists. Have a look at the blog. They do have prizes!

Now it’s your turn to add your artwork to the Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge. You can add up to three pieces in each monthly challenge for a chance to win a prize.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you feel inspired!

Happy Crafting,
Suzette

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4 thoughts on “Entwine – A Life Book Lesson

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  1. Your clay pot is just mind blowing. Truly stunning and really look like a vintage relic like Andree said. A really fabulous piece Suzette. I am in awe of how amazing this turned out.

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