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We hope our Krafty Lady Jewellery Sets will assist you making your decisions for selecting our Krafty Lady Art Moulds© for your Jewellery Projects.
We have simply put a small & large design into the one packet so you can immediately create away without going through the numeric section trying to remember what page that smaller design was on. We have shown you a fantastic array of artwork made by our Krafty Lady Design Team and by some of our wonderful customers to get your own creative juices flowing. We would love to see what you create - simply scan your work & email kristine@kraftylady.com.au

 



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AMJS1 Leaf Set  $19.50
  AM011 Med Leaf AM247 Med Leaf Med  
  AM011
H 3.4cm x W 2.1cm
AM247
H 1.5cm x W 2.7cm
 
       
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Rose Leaf Bracelet
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used Sculpey III, garnet stone chips, glass and metal beads and jewellery findings.
For this bracelet, I cast 1 small leaf (AM247) and 3 large leaves (AM011). Using one of the large leaves, I trimmed away one edge to create a serrated edge. Using a scalpel, I cut away the inside of the other 2 large leaves so that I had two border leaves and 2 small solid cutout leaves. Only one of the small solid cutout leaves is required so I discarded the other one. You now have one serrated edge leaf, 2 border leaves, 1 small solid cut out leaf, and one small leaf. Pierce holes in all but the border leaves and bake according to the manufacturer's instructions. Once cooled, I applied a coat of Sculpey gloss varnish to all surfaces. The cut away leaves are attached with jump rings.
Rose Leaf Earrings
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used Sculpey III, glass and metal beads and jewellery findings.
I poked holes vertically through the stems of the open leaves to attach the dangling round beads before baking. The cut out pieces are pierced from front to back. Once baked and cooled, all pieces were coated with Sculpey gloss varnish and assembled with beads and jumprings.
Art Glass Pin
by
Michele Emerson-Roberts

using
AM011 Med Leaf
 
for a tutorial on these pieces, please see Aftermidnight Artstamps.
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Honey and Teal Bracelet
by Myléne Hillam (DT)

Using
AM235 Med Oval Pattern
AM242 5XLge Tile Alphabet
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used Opals: Macquarie, Tarkine and Franklin; Sapphire Powdered Pearls, glass beads, glass pearls, bronze/silver mirror beads and assorted gold jewellery findings.
Green Fairy Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM247 Med Leaf Med
AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls
AM303 XXLge Fairy Cameo
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
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 Iridescent Leaves bracelet
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used black Sculpey clay, Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, assorted black beads, assorted silver jewellery findings and black Beadalon Polyester Chain.

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Leaf Bracelet
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM085 Med Crest
KL “M” Lge Funky Alphabet M

Also used Magic Meltz: Emerald, Gold and Amethyst (amethyst and gold to make bronze); Krylon gold leafing pen, gold micro beads, bracelet, assorted jewellery findings, assorted beads and sequins and Hero Arts stamp.

  The leaf pendant
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM193 XLge 2 Fragments
AMKT2 X4Lge Leaf Texture

Cast with Opals embossing Enamels and midnight glass.
 
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Waterfall Leaf Necklace and Earrings Set
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used black Sculpey III, Waterfall Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, fire polished beads, metal beads, assorted jewellery findings and nylon coated tiger tail.

I cast the leaf with black Sculpey and baked it according to the manufacturer's instructions. Once it had cooled, I used an adhesive that dries tacky and applied a piece of Fantasy Film over the surface. Using my fingernail, I pushed the film down into the detail of the leaf. I trimmed away the excess film and then dipped it in melted Franklin Opals, first the front and then once set, I dipped the back and set it aside until it hardened.

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 Autumn Leaf Pendant
by  Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf

Also used Black Sculpey III, Watermelon Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, gold bail and jewellery findings, black cord and organza ribbon.
     
     
   

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AMJS2 Frog Set  $18.50
  AM063 Sm Miss Froggy AM251 Sm Mini Frog  
  AM063
H 2.3cm x W 2.4cm
AM251
H 1.6cm x W 1.6cm
 
       
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by Kristine Lockwood
using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
Frog Specimens
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
AM251 Sm Mini Frog
AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes

Also used black Sculpey III for the frogs, Franklin Opals for the background domino, also Perfect Pearls, nylon thread, assorted beads and findings.
Pendant Detail
Earrings Detail

  
Little Froggies
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
AM080 Lge Skeletal Leaf
AM251 Sm Mini Frog
AM255 Lge Mini Skeletal Leaf

Using a blend of Pearl and Green Pearl Sculpey III. Some Feathers Threads were threaded through the links of the chain.


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Wooden Bangle
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM251 Sm Mini Frog
 
Also used Premo, Fimo Classic, Sculpey III and Sculpey Gloss Varnish.
 
For more information on the technique used, please see Myléne's Miscellaneous Pieces page 
Wooden Pin
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
 
Also used Premo, Fimo Classic, Sculpey III, pin back and Sculpey Gloss Varnish.

 

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AMJS3 Skeletal Set  $23.00  
  AM080 Lge Skeletal Leaf AM255 Lge Mini Skeletal Leaf  
  AM080
H 4.5cm x W 3.2cm
AM255
H 2.8cm x W 1.9cm
 
       
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Nature's Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM080 Lge Skeletal Leaf

also used Sculpey Ultralight and some green Premo to add colour to the Ultralight. I baked it as per Ultralight directions. I used a headpin to pierce the holes in the leaves, and draped them over alfoil rolled in a small tube (about the size of a pencil) to give them some curve. I took care to sand the sides and back when the leaves were cured so they would be smoother.

 

Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM255 Lge - Mini Skeletal Leaf

Also used a mix of green and gold Sculpey, jewellery findings.

 

Barrette
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM080 Lge Skeletal Leaf

Leaves cast in Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, and painted with Celadon and Silver Jo Sonja Paint, sealed with Varathane (Gloss by Cabot's). The leaves were placed into position prior to drying, and were then glued on to one another and onto the hair clip base.

  

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Little Froggies
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
AM080 Lge Skeletal Leaf
AM251 Sm Mini Frog
AM255 Lge Mini Skeletal Leaf

Using a blend of Pearl and Green Pearl Sculpey III. Some Feathers Threads were threaded through the links of the chain.
Hair Clip
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM085 Med Crest
AM255 Lge Mini Skeletal Leaf

Cast with a mix of Premo and sculpey Ultralight, cured, and painted with Lumiere Pearl Magenta. Rubbed with Treasure Gold (Classic).

Art Doll
by Darlene Grob (DT)
using
AM177 Lge Cheeky Face
AM 255 Lge Mini Skeletal Leaf
AM 275 XLge Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1
AMKT7 X4lge Floral
AM318 XXLge Dragonfly Wings Set

     
   

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AMJS4 Domino Set  $23.50  
  AM212 Lge Domino Large AM217 Med Domino Sm  
  AM212
H 4.6cm x W 2.2cm
AM217
H 2.9cm x W 1.5cm
 
These two moulds are also part of AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes.
Samples below which state the use of AM245 can be made with AAMJS4 Domino Set (which included the two moulds above).
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Domino Leaf Necklace
by Michelle Zimmerman
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)
(AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes can also be used for this necklace)

Makins Clay, and silver leaves. Pierce the domino in the upper center and attach the leaf to the front using head pins.

 Lemon Ice Necklace and Earring Set
by Carol Murphy (DT)
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)
(alternatively AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes can be used for this project)

close up of necklace
close-up of earrings
I also used Clear Ultra Thick Embossing Enamels, Watermelon, Krista's eyes, and Spring Morning Fantasy Film, Opals, gold beading wire, pieces of old necklaces and belts, and assorted jewelry findings.

To create the Domino pieces for the earrings and necklace I melted the embossing enamels and while waiting, layered some opals and bits of the Fantasy Film in the bottom of the moulds. I poured the clear enamel into the mould and let set up. I added a bit more of the Fantasy Film to the "TOP" of the domino piece and melted it quickly with a heat gun. The domino was then decorated with wire wrapping to give it a freeform look, very loose and not planned.
Orange Marmalade Brooch
by Carol Murphy (DT)

using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)
(alternatively AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes can be used for this project)

I also used clear UTEE, Lemon Sparkle and Watermelon Angelina, Opals, Watermelon, Spring Morning, and Kristy’s Eyes Fantasy Film, gold wire, and a pin-back.

I used the same technique for BOTH moulds. While melting the UTEE I cut up bits of the Fantasy Film and opals and placed them in the mould.  I then poured the UTEE over the top of the pieces. After it set up I glued the small domino piece, a little off center to the larger domino.  I wanted a free form look so I then wrapped wire around both of the pieces and added an Angelina backing.  I then applied the pin back using Ultimate glue.

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Strawberry Pendant and Earrings Set
by  Myléne Hillam
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry and Waterfall; assorted metal beads, assorted jewellery findings and black cardstock.

For detailled instructions please see this page.
To see a better view of the beads for the necklace, click here.
Wire Wrapped Pendant
by  Myléne Hillam
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: In the Glen, Waterfall and Dandelion; 20g wire, assorted jewellery findings and black cord.
Green Leaves Necklace
by  Myléne Hillam
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry, Aurora, Waterfall and Dandelion; assorted Czech glass beads, assorted jewellery findings and nylon beading thread. 
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by Ashleigh Moffatt
Domino Bracelet
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)

Ink stamp with silver pigment ink. Leave stamp on inkpad to keep it moist. Pour Magic Meltz into the art mould, then press the stamp into the back of the cast (surface which is facing you) while the MM is still hot. Leave stamp on the AM for a few seconds, then carefully peel off.
Eye pins were inserted into the pieces while they were still very warm.

by Sharon Tracey
using
AM217 Med Domino Small
by Ashleigh Moffatt
Bracelet
using
AM217 Med Domino (Small)


Moulds were cast with Magic Meltz, eye pins were inserted into the pieces while they were still very warm. Once cooled down, the piece were wrapped in wire, and linked together.
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by Ashleigh Moffatt
Clear Bracelet
using
AM213 Lge Check It Shape
AM217 Med Domino (Small)

Ashleigh coiled wire pieces - Navy Blue - ready to place onto half poured AMs then topped up AMs with more Magic Meltz. The links were then joined to form a bracelet.
Jenni Hodge 
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
(alternatively you could use AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes)

Cast with Franklin Opals embedding fibres and glitter in the Opals.
Jenni Hodge 
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
(alternatively you could use AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes)

Cast with marbled Opals.
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Bead Chain Choker
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry and Dandelion; black organza ribbon, black cord, gold beaded cord, gold cord, assorted jewellery findings and black cardstock.


I made the beads by rolling a thin strip of black card around a skewer and glueing in place. Once secure, I dipped the rolled card (still on the skewer) into Franklin Opals and then wrapped a strip of Strawberry Fantasy Film (slightly narrower and roughly the same length as the card stock) part way around the “bead”. I dipped it again in the Opals so that the tail of Fantasy Film was laying in the melted Opals. The colour will change almost immediately. Once this happens, I roll the remaining strip around the rest of the bead. Dip in Opals one last time and twirl slowly in your fingers to stop drips from forming. Doing this will give you a roughly cylindrical bead. Remove the bead once it has set and set aside to cool.

 
Layered Flower Domino
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM212 XLge Domino
AM217 Med Small Domino shape

Cast made with Sculpey III Ballerina and Premo Fuchsia, Violet, and Ultramarine Blue.
Create cane as per the instructions on Sculpey.com
My Domino
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM240 XLge Right Hand (partial)
AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes

Cast with Sculpey III and Premo Polymer Clays using this Faux Bone technique

*While this was made with AM245, the mould used is the same size as AM212

     
     
   

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AMJS5 Scroll Set  $21.00  
  AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls  
  AM113
Dia 3.0cm
AM252
Dia 2.1cm
 
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Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls

also a blend of Blue Premo, and Silver and White Sculpey III polymer clay. Bali silver findings, and Micro Pearl Pearl Ex.
Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls

also a blend of Blue Premo, and Silver and White Sculpey III polymer clay. Bali silver findings, and Micro Pearl Pearl Ex.
Green Fairy Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM011 Med Leaf
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM247 Med Leaf Med
AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls
AM303 XXLge Fairy Cameo

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
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Dichroic earring and pendant set
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls

Casts created with Silver Art Clay.
Bolo Tie and Cuff Links
by France Chevalier (DT)
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM252 Med Mini 5 Scrolls

Used a blend of Pearl Green and Pearl Sculpey III, and some Interference Green Pearl Ex, lightly, prior to baking.
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Macramé Scroll Beads
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM113 Lge 5 Scrolls
AM331 X5Lge 6 UP

Clay, Pearl-Ex, and some silk cord, and old skills learned in the 70s (macramé).
     
   

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AMJS6 Gum Leaves Set  $36.75
AM182 XLge Stylized GumLeaf AM211 Lge Gum Leaf Reduced AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf
AM182
H 8.7cm x W 2.0cm
AM211
H 7.0cm x W 1.5cm
AM259
H 5.0cm W 1.0cm
     
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Gum Leaf Earrings
using
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, 20g wire, assorted beads and jewellery findings.
The wirework connectors were formed on a jewellery jig.
Daisy Chain
using
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf
AM280 Lge Mini Daisy

Also, Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay to cast the Gum Leaves Mould, Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound for the Daisy Mould, Lumiere paint, 20 gauge gold wire, assorted beads and jump rings.
The wirework connectors were formed on a jewellery jig and the catch was hand formed using round nosed pliers.

by Kristine Lockwood
using
AM182 XLge Stylized Gumleaf
AM211 Lge Gumleaf Reduced
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Gum Leaves and Nuts Pendant and Earrings Set
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM211 Lge Small Gumleaf
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf

Also used Lemonthyme Opals, Perfect Pearls and Pearl Ex, 18 gauge wire, ribbon covered beads and jewellery findings.

  
Gum Leaf Earrings
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, 20g wire, assorted beads and jewellery findings.
The wirework connectors were formed on a jewellery jig.
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Gum Leaf Bangle
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM182 XLge Stylized Gumleaf
AM211 Lge Stylized Gumleaf (reduced)
AM259 Lge Mini Stylized Gum Leaf

Using Gold and Leaf Green Sculpey III, this bangle was moulded over a tin of soda (or beer), baked on the tin, and then the tin was squished to remove the bangle.
Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM211 Lge Stylized Gumleaf (reduced)
AM259 Lge Mini Stylized Gum Leaf

Using Gold and Leaf Green Sculpey III
Brooch
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM182 XLge Stylized Gumleaf
AM211 Lge Stylized Gumleaf (reduced)
AM259 Lge Mini Stylized Gum Leaf

Using Gold and Leaf Green Sculpey III
See the back of the pin here
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Lacey Leaves Necklace
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf

Close-up of Amethyst leaf
Close-up of Valentine leaf
 
Also used Amethyst Magic Mica Meltz, Valentine Opals, 28g non tarnish silver Artistic Wire, Bead Gravy mix, assorted fire polished glass beads, lavender AB seed beads, pink and lilac Wire Lace, and silver jewellery findings.
 Lacey Leaves Earrings
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM259 Lge Mini Stylised Gum Leaf

Also used Valentine Opals, velvet lavender AB seed beads, fire polished and AB bicone beads in pink and burgundy and assorted silver jewellery findings.
 
   

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AMJS7 Gingko Set  $25.00  
  AM260 XLge Mini Ginko AM278 Lge Mini Ginko  
  AM260
H 3.8cm x W 4.2cm
AM278
H 2.9cm x W 3.3cm
 
       
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Gingko Lizard Necklace
by Michelle Zimmerman
using
AM244 X3Lge Ginkgo Leaf
AM260 XLge Gingko Medium
AM278 Lge Mini Gingko
AM272 XXLge Lizard

Makins Clay and a few jewellery findings makes for a very light necklace.The back of the leaves have a clay loop glued to them so that they hang correctly.
Close-up here
Gingko Frog Necklace
by Michelle Zimmerman
using
AM082 Med Mr. Toad
AM244 X3Lge Ginkgo Leaf
AM260 XLge Gingko Medium
AM278 Lge Mini Gingko

Makins Clay and some cording. The leaves have a bead glued to the back. a knot just above and below the bead ensured the leaf stays put.
Close-up here
Ginkgo Necklace and Hair Pins
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM260 XLge Ginko (medium)
AM278 Lge - Mini Ginko

Using a blend of Pearl and Green Pearl Sculpey III.
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Autumn Gingko Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM278 Lge - Mini Ginko

Using a blend of Sculpey III and Premo Clays, which were made into a swirl bead, which was cut in two and pressed into the moulds.
Autumn Gingko Brooch
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM260 XLge Ginko (medium)
AM278 Lge Mini Ginko

Using a blend of Sculpey III and Premo Clays, which were made into a swirl bead, which was cut in two and pressed into the moulds.
Wrap Over Choker
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM260 XLge Ginko (medium)

A blend of Chocolate and Gold Sculpey III were used to cast this mould.
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by Alice McKinney
using
AM244 3XLge Gingko
and Opals
by Alice McKinney
using
AM244 3XLge Gingko
and Opals
by Alice McKinney
using
AM244 3XLge Gingko
and Opals
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  Ginkgo Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM278 Lge Mini Ginko

One of France's Miscellaneous Pieces

 

 
   

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AMJS8 Floral Heart Set  $19.00 
  AM009 Med Floral Heart AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart  
  AM009
H 2.5cm x W 2.3cm
AM263
H 1.7cm x W 1.6cm
 
       
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Art Glass Pin
by Michele Emerson-Roberts

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart 

for a tutorial on these pieces, please see Aftermidnight Artstamps.
Hearts Charm Bracelet
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
See the back of the bracelet, made using Krafty Texture sheets
Hearts Charm Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AM288 XXLge Heart Plaque
AMKT16 X4Lge RoseHead Texture
AMKT7 X4Lge Floral Texture
the texture sheets were used on the back of the moulds

Cast made with Craft Porcelain, color added with alcohol inks and acrylic paint.
See the back of the necklace, made using Krafty Texture sheets

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  Love of the Flower Garden
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart

Cast created with Fine Silver Art Clay.
 
 
     
   

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AMJS9 Petals Set  $19.50  
  AM058 Med 12 Petals AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals  
  AM058
Dia 2.9cm
AM270
Dia 2.0cm
 
       
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Trojan Horse Necklace and Charms
12 Petals Charm
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM094 Med Circles
AM125 XLge Trojan Horse
AM227 Med Deco 3
AM232 Med 2 Paisley Motif
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Cast made with Premo using a technique based on the Bûcheron Coquet from Parole de Pâte. It was glazed with Future Floor Finish mixed with a tiny bit of burnt umber acrylic paint to bring out the texture.  The large image will show you the whole necklace.
Petals Set Necklace and Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM058 Med 12 Petals
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Instructions for finish/colouring taken from e-Patterns.com

 

Hair Clip (Barrette) and Post Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM058 Med 12 Petals
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Using Translucent Sculpey III and some Blue and Green Pinata Inks (Jacquard). A little ball of clay was pressed into the moulds to form the partial casts for the earrings.

 
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Brooch and Shoe Clips
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM058 Med 12 Petals
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Using a blend of Sculpey III and some Aztec Gold Pearl Ex.
This view shows the back of the clip.
Velvet Choker
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM058 Med 12 Petals
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Using Translucent Sculpey III and some Alizarin Crimson Premo, I also mixed in some Arnold Grummer's Irridescent Flakes. The casts are adhered to a velvet ribbon choker.

 
Jade and Silver Necklace
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM058 Med 12 Petals
AM270 Med Mini 12 Petals

Cast with silver art clay.
   

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AMJS10 Fossil Set  $19.50  
  AM025 Med Fossil AM254 Med Mini Fossil  
  AM025
H 3.5cm x W 2.5cm
AM254
H 2.4cm x W 1.6cm
 
       
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Fossil Earrings
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Technique based on the Mokume Gane, using Premo Gold, Cobalt Blue mixed with a bit of translucent, and Gold mixed with Yellow, as well as gold leaf.
The pieces were cast, holes were pierced, they were rubbed with Aztec Gold Pearl Ex and they were cured. They were then varnished with Pledge One Go. Also used gold jumprings and earring hooks.
Fossil Earrings and Pendant
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Technique based on the Bûcheron Coquet from Parole de Pâte. A cane done with various colours of Sculpey III. The pieces were moulded, pierced, cured, and glazed with Pledge One Go (Future Floor Finish equivalent here in Australia).
The pendant can be strung on a chain, on a choker wire, or on a black leather lanyard.
Hair Clip
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM025 Med Fossil

Technique based on the Bûcheron Coquet from Parole de Pâte. A cane done with various colours of Sculpey III. The pieces were cast, and carefully mounted onto a hair clip base, and cured. The metal base had to be adhered to the polymer clay after curing. I use Cabot's Gloss Varathane to glaze the fossils.

  

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Found Treasures
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM034 Med Mask
AM078 Med Conch Shell
AM040 XLge Fossil Snail
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

From France's Krafty Inspiration Challenge (Take 1 Make 5) section

My Portable Museum
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM183 XLge Scarab Fragment

A blend of Silver, White and various blue Sculpey III polymer clay, wire and beads. Finished off with White Pearl Ex prior to curing.
  
Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM025 Med Fossil
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Using translucent Sculpey III and a mix of red and white and translucent clays to make pink. This technique is based on a faux-wood/faux ivory technique. The pieces were rubbed with silver Rub Ons,a nd put together using plastic beads, seed beads, jewellery findings and Bali beads and bails.

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  Brooch
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

Also Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, Faux Dichro Kit, 22 ga beading wire.
 
     
     

   

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