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Myléne Hillam
Miscellaneous Pieces
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Challenge: Krafty Inspiration - Take 1 Make 5

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*AMB2 Flat Sided 24 mm*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
 
*AMR1 Flat Ring*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
 
*AMR2 Wide Domed Ring*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
 
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*AMB6 Squarish*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
*AMB9 Ripple NEW*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
*AMB1 Multi Faceted*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
 
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*AMB5 Geo*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
*SMB7 Cuff*

Cast with Polyurethane resin
 
*AMB7 Cuff* (bottom)
and
*AMB5 Geo*
(top)

Cast with Polyurethane resin
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Tribal Necklace
Using
AM086 Lge Ethnic Design

Also used polyurethane resin, pigment, beads (resin, wooden, metal and glass), antiqued copper jewellery findings and beading cord.


 
Coral and Shell Necklace
Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up (one button only)

Also used Polyurethane resin, pigment, assorted beads (shell, coral and wooden), tiger tail and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

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Love Paris (bookmark and holder)
Using
AM298 Lge Paris
RP 304 Small Paris
RP 300 Lge Eiffel Tower
 
Also using Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Crimson Lumiere paint, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Adirondack alcohol inks and blending solution, Inkpads: black Archival Inks, Distress Ink Vintage Photo; Cuttlebug embossing folder, satin ribbon, tassel, Venetian blind, dried flower sticker, gold peel off border and stamps from Stamp-It.

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Frangipani Bookmark
Using
AM352 X3Lge 2 Frangipani (small frangipani)

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint and metallic Folk Art paint, PVC Venetian blind slat, alcohol inks, Cuttlebug embossing folder, alphabet stickers and lurex ribbon.

 
Daisy Bookmark
Using
AM280 Lge Mini Daisy

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, acrylic paint, PVC Venetian blind slat, alcohol inks, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Cuttlebug embossing folder and gingham ribbon.

 
Leaf Bookmark
Using
AM269 Lge Leaf (2)

Also using Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint: Citrine and Brass; PVC Venetian blind slat, alcohol inks, alphabet rub ons, webbing spray, gloss black card, Cuttlebug embossing folder and metallic ribbon.

 
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Upside Down Teardrop Ornament
Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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Christmas Tree Jewellery
Butterfly Ornament
Using
AM131 XLge Butterfly No 1

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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Thistle Ornament
Using
AM328 XLge Scottish Thistle

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, leaf beads, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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Disk Ornament

Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used polyurethane resin, Schminke gold powder, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski beads, leaf beads, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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Teardrop Ornament
Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, leaf beads, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

See this ornament and others like it, on a twig tree:
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Trapezoid Ornament
Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

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  Upside Down Teardrop Ornament
Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used polyurethane resin, translucent resin dye, cloisonn? beads, Swarovski crystals, metal cubes and antiqued copper jewellery findings.

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Egyptian Pectoral
using
AM320 X3Lge Half Circle

Also used quick curing resin, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, Gold Leaf, turquoise beads, gold cube beads, salmon cats eye beads, seed beads and gold jewellery findings.

 
Turquoise Glitter - Resin Necklace
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used quick curing resin, turquoise glitter, glass beads, gold filigree beads, gold chain and jewellery findings.
 
Turquoise Glitter Resin Earrings
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used quick curing resin, turquoise glitter, glass beads, gold filigree beads and gold jewellery findings.

 
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Terracotta Petroglyph Necklace
using
AM023 Med Petroglyph

Also used quick curing resin, carnelian chips, turquoise and terracotta coloured beads, beading wire, flat gold chain and gold jewellery findings.

 
  Necklace in Salmon
using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets

Also used Translucent Kato Poly Clay, Sculpey III Granitex clay: Red and Orange; White Premo! Sculpey, Sculpey Gloss, fire polished glass beads, pearl glass beads, diamante crystal set head pin, Beadalon Bead Stringing Wire and gold jewellery findings.

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Lilac Button Bracelet
Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up
 
Also used Sculpey Ultralight clay, Lumiere paint, filigree gold beads and gold jewellery findings.
Glitter Pendant
Using
AM282 XLge Indented Oval Shape

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film, ultra fine glitter and 20 gauge gold wire.
Lattice Opal Pendant
Using
AM282 XLge Indented Oval Shape

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film, gold lattice melt and 20 gauge gold wire
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Donut Bracelet
Using
AM180 Med Donut Small

Also used : Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film, silver chain and jewellery findings.

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Opal Donut
Using
AM180 Med Donut Small

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film, 4mm AB black bicone beads and Beadalon Elasticity.
Black and Blue Lariat
using
AM180 Med Donut Small

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film, assorted glass beads and crystals, twisted bugle beads, seed beads, silver Bali beads, silver jewellery findings and beading thread.

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Frangipani Necklace
Using
AM352 X3Lge 2 Frangipani
 
Also used Friendly Plastic: Mother of Pearl and Fuchsia; glass and metal beads, silver jewellery findings, tigertail and beading thread.
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Pearls of Wisdom  
Using  
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets  
 
Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere Paints: Pearlescent Magenta, Burnt Orange, Pearlescent White, Metallic Silver and Pewter; black acrylic paint, tyvek paper, 8mm Glass Pearl, Wild Plum Adirondack Alcohol Ink, Adirondack Blending Solution, Adirondack Silver Mixative, plastic vials, bracelet box, wood wool, quotes printed on copy paper and craft matchsticks to wrap them around.
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Peacock Bracelet
Using
AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Friendly Plastic, black ab beads, gold spacer beads, gold memory wire and gold jump rings.
 
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Midnight in Japan Necklace
Using
AM354 XXLge Japanese Collage

Also used Sculpey III, Metallic Silver Lumiere paint, silver disk bead, 18g silver wire, twisted chain links, blue crinkle beads and silver spacer beads.
Myléne has made two casts and put them back to back for this necklace.
 
Sea Opal Necklace
Using
AM353 X5Lge 4 Facets (trapezoid shape)

Also used green/blue Friendly Plastic, assorted glass beads and gold jewellery findings.
 
Heart of Stone
Using
AM191 XLge Shape Folk Heart
AMKT5 - X4Lge Sandstone Texture

Also used Opals embossing powders: The Nut and Franklin; copper wire, assorted copper and brown beads and antique copper jewellery findings.
 
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Ocean Hues Pendant
using
AM222 XLge Fancy Oval Cab

Also using Franklin Opals, Fantasy Film: Waterfall and In the Glen; gold charms, assorted beads and jewellery findings.

See full necklace here.

This necklace was published in
Beads Etc, #15
 
  Oriental ATC Box
Using
AM042 XLge Asian Symbol No 2
 
Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint, black acrylic paint, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, waterbased varnish, oriental serviette, gold gloss card, Cuttlebug Textile Hearts die and embossing folder, page from an asian book, asian coin, asian symbol, Geisha image, gold shim, dragonfly punch, black asian character peel offs, StazOn Jet Black inkpad, peel off stickers: black and gold oriental characters; red tassel and stamp from Great Impressions.
To see the whole box, visit Myléne's Blog
 
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Dragonfly Blue pin
Using
AM235 Med Oval Pattern
 
Also used Macquarie and Franklin Opals, Amethyst Mica Magic Meltz, White UTEE, Sapphire Powdered Pearls, shell beads, glass pearl beads, pin back, blue beading wire and crimp.

 
 Shell Mask Choker
using
AM016 Med African Mask

Also used Macquarie and Franklin Opals, Amethyst Mica Magic Meltz, White UTEE, Sapphire Powdered Pearls, shell beads, silver jewellery findings, Beadalon Velour Tubing and silver tiger tail.

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Mummy Pectoral
using
AM030 XLge Mummy
AM320 X3Lge Half Circle

Also used Terracotta Sculpey clay, Modern Masters Metal Effects: Copper paint and Blue Patina Aging Solution; Beadalon 19 strand Bead Stringing Wire, gold stone and sodalite semi precious stones, turquoise coloured beads and antiqued jewellery findings.

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Honey and Teal Bracelet
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.
Midnight Craters Necklace
using
AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Waterfall, Dandelion, Strawberry and Aurora; silver jewellery findings and AB finish glass beads.
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 Iridescent Leaves bracelet
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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Tarkine Man Necklace
Using
AM023 Med Petroglyph

Also used Opals embossing powders: Tarkine, Macquarie, Franklin; Pearl Ex, glass beads, tigertail and silver jewellery findings.
Dragon's Eye Necklace
Using
AM180 Med Donut Small
AMKT2 X4Lge Leaf Texture

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Silver Lumiere paint, red bead, clear silver-lined seed beads, silver chain, silver bell cup, assorted silver jewellery findings and beading thread.

The texture mat is used on the back of the donut:
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Dragon Crest
using
AM316 XXLge Celtic Dragon

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Pewter Lumiere Paint, variegated metal leaf, Beadalon Velour Tubing, silver tiger tail and assorted antique silver jewellery findings.

 
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Cartouche Box
Using
AM088 XLge 2 Queen Nefertiti (small Nefertiti only)
AM106 Lge Cartouche
RP073 Lge Africa Cube

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere and acrylic paint, Radiant Pearls, metal shim, brass stencil, brads, Krylon gold leafing pen, StazOn Jet Black inkpad, gold embroidery floss and All Night Media stamps.
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  Elegant Feathers necklace
using
AM327 XXLge Ostrich Feather (partial)

Also used Sculpey Ultralight Clay, black acrylic paint, Silver Lumiere paint, Sculpey gloss varnish, assorted silver jewellery findings, assorted mirror crystal beads, tiger tail.

 
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Engraved Rectangle Bracelet
using
AM311 XLge Engraved Rectangle

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Krylon silver leafing pen, silver sliders, Bali beads, rectangular glass beads, silver tubes, metal beads, jewellery findings and memory wire.

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  Baubles
using
KL “C” Lge Funky Alphabet C
KL “M” Lge Funky Alphabet M

Also used Sculpey III, Lumiere paints, gold micro beads, 80mm glass baubles, Luminarte Primary Elements Starter Kit No. #2, Krylon gold leafing pen, gold cord, gold beading wire, assorted beads and gold satin ribbon.

To colour the inside of the baubles, I removed the cap and poured ½ teaspoon of Simple Solution No. 2 (from the Primary Elements Starter Kit) into the bauble. I swirled the solution around the inside of the bauble to make sure that the entire surface was coated. The excess solution was drained back into the bottle. Using the spoon provided in the kit to help control the placement of the powder, I placed several spoons of the first colour onto the inside of the bauble and gently tapped it to distribute the powder randomly. I used a second colour for contrast and gently tapped again. After placing the third colour inside the bauble, I placed my thumb over the end and gave it a good shake to make sure that any loose powder was distributed to areas where the first two colours hadn’t covered. I changed the colour of the bauble cap with Krylon gold leafing pen and once it was dry, carefully placed the cap back on the bauble.

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Rose Leaf Bracelet
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
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.
 
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Lacey Leaves Necklace
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
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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Gum Leaves and Nuts Pendant and Earrings Set
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.

  
Frog Specimens
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

  
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Dangling Conch
using
AM078 Med Conch Shell
 
Also used Franklin Opals, Waterfall Fantasy Film, assorted glass beads, assorted metal charms, assorted jewellery findings, fine gold chain and tiger tail.


  
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Wire Wrapped Pendant
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.
Bead Chain Choker
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.

 
Green Leaves Necklace
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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Strawberry Pendant and Earrings Set
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.

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.
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Wedgewood Tin
using
AM291 XXLge Cameo 2 Girls

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, acrylic paint, artificial rosebuds, satin ribbon, VersaMagic Cloud White inkpad and stamp from Lucy’s Stamps.
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.

 

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.
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Frangipani Booklet
using
AM124 Lge Side Butterfly (1)

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, acrylic paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, Inkpads: Encore! Ultimate Metallics Gold, Ancient Page Primrose, StazOn Jet Black and Brilliance Pearlescent Lime; acetate, Piñata alcohol inks, Fastenator and staple bars, ribbon and stamps from Paper Artsy, Lucy’s Stamps and Stamp-It.
Radiance Optical Lens Necklace
using
AM235 Med Oval Pattern
AM265 Sm Mini Rose Trio Fragment

Using Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, faux optical lens, acrylic paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, old book page, walnut ink, Inkpads: Archival Inks Banana, Distress Ink Antique Linen; vintage ephemera, assorted beads and jewellery findings.

Journal Cover
 using
AM272 XXLge Lizard
AM242 Tile Alphabet
AM211 Lge Small Gumleaf
AMKT9 X4Lge Fronds Texture
KL “L” Lge Funky Alphabet L
 
Also Sculpey III (Funky L and Lizard), Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound (Gum Leaves and Tile Alphabet), Lumiere paints, Krylon gold leafing pen, Pearl Ex, Brilliance Pearlescent Ivy and Galaxy Gold, texture paste and Stampendous stamps.


     
     
 
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Filigree L Pendant
using
KL "L"- Lge Funky Alphabet L

Also Delight Air Dry Modeling Compound, Krylon silver leafing pen, black acrylic paint, assorted antique silver jewelry findings and charms, Swarovski crystals.
Puffy Heart Earrings
using
AM035 Sm Puffy Heart

Also Arbee paper clay, Crayola Model Magic, Lumiere paints, antique copper chandelier earring base and jewelry findings, assorted glass and plastic beads, Swarovski crystals.
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Egyptian Eye Chandelier Earrings
using
AM087 Med Pyramid Eye

Also used Delight Air Dry Modeling Compound, Lumiere and acrylic paints, Krylon Copper and Gold Leafing Pens, assorted antique copper jewelry findings and chain, turquoise beads.
Egyptian Eye Bracelet
using
AM087 Med Pyramid Eye

Also used Delight Air Dry Modeling Compound, Lumiere and acrylic paints, Krylon Gold Leafing pen, assorted gold jewelry findings, assorted gold beads, semi precious stone chips and seed beads, 26 gauge beading wire, knitting needles.
Bracelet Instructions
To make the bracelet, I threaded approximately 150 beads onto a roll of 26 gauge wire. You'll need at least 3m wire to complete this project. Leaving a 20cm tail, I cast on 5 stitches using 3.75mm needles. Then I knitted the first row (and every odd row), including a bead in every stitch. I purled the second row (and every even row), also including a bead in every stitch. I continued back and forth, knitting and purling, including beads, until the length was about 2cm short of my wrist measurement. Then I cast off leaving a tail about 20cm long to weave through the 5 hole bar. Next I attached the bars at each end and then the jewelry findings.

The casting is attached with silicone adhesive to a triangular chandelier earring finding and the loops are secured into the knitted wire with 3mm jump rings.

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Roman Grapes
using
AM132 Lge Full Column
AM250 XXLge Ornate Vase
AMMT Torso Monty (Leaf only)
KL387 XLge Grapes
RP293 Lge Crackle

also used Makin's Clay (terra cotta), cigarette tin, Lumiere and acrylic paints, metal shim, variegated metal leaf flakes, gold pigment inkpad, espresso dye inkpad, and a stamp by Great Impressions.
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Beach Belle Matchbox Shrine
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM083 Med Seashore

also used Delight air dry clay, Sculpey, Art-e-zine image, Collections letters, small tags, Lumiere Paint, Jo Sonja paint, Krylon Gold Leafing Pen, assorted beads, Magic Mesh, variegated leafing flakes

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Sunshine Girl
using
KL 352 Med - Small Sun Stamp

also used Art-e-zine image, brass photo frame, various dye inkpads


 

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Poinsettia Napkin Rings Gift Box
by  Myléne Hillam (DT)

using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1
AM280 Lge Mini Daisy

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paint, beads: gold micro beads, seed beads and round beads; Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, gold embossing powder, Stamp It stamp, Maya Road paper mache box with wire lid, assorted artificial leaves and vines, cardboard cylinder from lunch wrap roll (for napkin rings), paper shreds and scrapbook paper.

Closeup of rings
Geo Pendant
by  Myléne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM213 Lge Check It shape

Also used Opals Franklin and Currawong, Fantasy Film, assorted jewellery findings, tiger tail and assorted beads.
Closeup of pendant.
Green and Gold 8 Up Bracelet
by  Myléne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light clay, Halo Blue Gold Lumiere paint, assorted metal beads and jewellery findings
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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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Bead Canisters
using
AM319 X5Lge Acorn Man

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere Paints, Krylon Triple Coat spray varnish and stacking bead canisters.
Close up blue
Close up red
Close up green
Side view
Wooden Bangle
using
AM251 Sm Mini Frog
 
Also used Premo, Fimo Classic, Sculpey III and Sculpey Gloss Varnish.
 
To create the mahogany woodgrain I created a blend of 1 part Bordeaux Red Fimo Classic to 1 part Premo Burnt Umber.  I then took 2 parts Bordeaux/Burnt Umber blend and 1 part Sculpey III gold and 1 part Sculpey III black and rolled it into a log.  Then I folded the log in half and rolled it into a log again.  Occasionally, I twisted the folded log before rolling it to give it some interesting swirls.  I continued doing this until the marbling was fine but stopped before the colours had completely blended.
 
The pine was created using the same roll and fold method except using 2 parts gold to one part white as the base colour.  I then used one part of this blend to 1 part beige and small snakes of white and burnt umber.
 
I rolled the mahogany into a strip long enough to wrap around my wrist and gently shaped the ends.  The frogs are cast with the pine blend.  I cast one, trimming away the excess and overcast two others in a roughly square shape.  All were applied to the mahogany strip before baking.  To support the bangle during baking, I rolled a strip of aluminium foil into a log, curved it into shape and then gently wrapped the bangle around the foil so that it was standing upright.
 

 

Wooden Pin
using
AM063 Sm Miss Froggy
 
Also used Premo, Fimo Classic, Sculpey III, pin back and Sculpey Gloss Varnish.

 
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Waterfall Leaf Necklace and Earrings Set
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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Donut Lariat
using
AM180 Med Donut small

Also used Franklin Opals, Fantasy Film: Strawberry, Dandelion and Aurora; metal beads, bead caps and jewellery findings, assorted glass beads and beading thread.
See a close up of the donut.
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African Mask Earrings
using
AM016 Med African Mask
 
Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paints, antique copper chandelier earrings, jewellery findings and assorted beads.

Diva Doll
(this is the same doll scanned with light and dark backgrounds)
using
AM275 XLge - Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman

For more information on this piece, please see our Tips and Techniques section.
Red Hats Bracelet
using
AM330 X5Lge 8 Up

Also used Sculpey Ultra Light Oven Bake Clay, Lumiere paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, gold fob bracelet, assorted glass beads and jewellery findings.
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  Fossil Shell Pin
using
AM254 Med Mini Fossil

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

Using Krafty Acrylic Shapes ©
see all the shapes here
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Kimono
using
KAS7 Kimono
Paris  Tag
using
KAS1 Lge Tag
RP 300 Lge Eiffel Tower
RP303 Sm We will always have Paris
Sewing Mannequin
using
KAS18 Female Torso XLge
RP 091 XXLge 11 Word Set
RP 118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP293 Lge Crackle
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Egyptian Notebook
using
KAS16 Hand XLge
AM087 Med Pyramid Eye
RP115 Lge Queen Nef Profile
RP441 Med Eye
RP114 Med Egypt
  Notebook Back Cover
using
KAS16 Hand XLge
RP115 Lge Queen Nef Profile
RP114 Med Egypt
RP293 Lge Crackle

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