Thursday, March 6, 2014

Masculine Cards with ComposiMold and Sin City Stamps

Hello everyone.  Today I am going to share a couple of cards I made using Sin City Stamps and a really fun product  called Composi•mold reusable mold making material.  Okay, I was not sure about this product, but after I got over my fears, I jumped right in and I have to tell you, this stuff is sheer FUN!  It is easy to use, and absolutely mistake-proof because, if you don't like what you made, you can start over just by reheating the product.

I love making 3D embellishments and have always wished I had a way to make my stamped images come to life and more dimensional.  Well, here's the answer.  I was able to make molds of my Sin City Stamps, which allowed me to use whatever materials I choose to make these images 3D. I chose to use Creative Paperclay®.   I love it!
I found a wonderful video tutorial here which explains how easy it is to use.


Composi•mold reusable mold making material
Creative Paperclay® air-dry modeling material
Mix'd Media ink (Leather) (Altered Pages)
Metallic Rub on creams (Altered Pages)
Regent Street paper collection (Recollections)
Black acrylic paint
Metal Gears (Tim Holtz)

You can check out my complete tutorial on how I made these cards over at the Sin City Stamps blog and, while there, hop on over to their online store.  Sin City's stamps are so well etched and just perfect for, not only stamping, but even this type of project.  I hope you will take a moment to check it out and leave me a comment or, if you have questions, I will try to answer.  And if you are looking for a good time (he he) then you really need to check out Composi•mold reusable mold making material.  You will have so much fun making your own 3D embellishments.

Thanks so much for stopping by today, and have a wonderful, creative weekend.


1 comment:

  1. This looks fantastic!! Such a great masculine make and thanks for the video link!!