Supplies used today are:
- Ebrush by Craftwell USA
- Spectrum Noir Markers
- White Polymer Clay
- Background Stamp
- Swarovski Crystals
- Chocolate Goodies
- Tin Can
- Designer Paper
I started with my clay and manipulated my clay to a flat surface to make an imprint from my background stamp. I wanted the dress to have texture. I added flowers, straps and buttons from clay.
I began to eBrush my pieces before they went into the oven. I found I got a more even coverage when spraying onto unbaked clay. After hardening in the oven the colors faded to a nice salmon/pink shade.
I sprayed the dress in the same color Spectrum Noir marker FS8 but held my Ebrush farther away for a lighter coating. I carefully put the bunny back together and then time for the oven and baked as directed on the package. (15mins)
Next I made three eggs from the clay and stamped with a Ukrainian design all around and eBrushed with same Spectrum Noir marker. I have about three different tones or shades of the same color with just one marker.
I wrapped designer paper around my tin and filled it with yummy chocolate. I made my own stuffing out of cardstock by cutting it into little strips. I used Swarovski Crystals for her eyes.
I hope you have enjoyed todays tutorial as much as I had fun playing! My Easter Bunny surprise will surely be loved..
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