The more I work with Creative Paperclay®, the more fun things I discover, from how to paint it, to how to mold it. It never occurred to me, until recently, that the thinner I roll out the clay, the more flexible it is when dry. I also discovered that it is quite strong and does not break or crack, like you might think. This is a real asset when you want a piece of clay that is paper thin and will wrap around your project, or just be flexible for whatever purpose you choose.
So, don't think you have to roll out your clay thick, like 1/4" thick or so, unless you need it to be. Think of it as making your own paper out of clay. It is, after all, paper in clay form. See my previous post where I made honeycomb so thin, the holes remained intact. Or how about the "sheet" of music I made to add to any project, pun absolutely intended.
I also discovered that, since I was rolling the Paperclay® out so thinly, it sometimes wanted to stick to my roller. The old light bulb went off and gave me the bright idea to place my Paperclay® between two sheets of waxy paper to keep it from sticking. It worked fabulously. These were actually the release paper from my Xyron. Don't throw them away. They work for all sorts of things.
Don't forget that we are having a Halloween blog link up on 5 October, combined with a design team call. What better way to showcase your work and share it with the world!!! And you never know, you could win one of the prize giveaways. So go ahead, give it a try. Create something with Creative Paperclay® products and link up to the blog to enter to win! And if you would like to try out for the design team, check out the information here.
Have a wonderful week, and play with some clay for the link up!