After the cherub had cooled off, I popped him out of the mold. I have to admit I am addicted to the mold and pour putty. I had to purchase more Mold and Pour so I could continue making more projects. I made a batch of gold buttons with Stampendous Aged Gold Embossing Enamel.
I had a clock face from an old discarded clock that I used to stamp the vintage lady onto. I hid the hole for the clock hands with a black gem which I used as a beauty mark for my image.
I stamped the sentiment and Paris onto vellum which was used to accent the images. I die cut the oval frame and the butterfly and them used versamark to heat emboss them with black embossing powder. I repeated a few times to give them a nice shiny thick surface.
Ranger Melt Pot Mold and Pour clear Embossing Powder, pink embossing powder, Ranger Melt Pot Floral Oval Spellbinder die, Chloe Butterfly Die, Ranger archival Ink - Jet Black, White Acrylic Paint,
Pink Acrylic Paint, Black Embossing Powder, Versamark Watermark Ink, Artistic Outpost - Paris Exposition, Artistic Outpost - Loverly London, Crepe Paper, Burlap Canvas, Black Gems, Vellum, StazOn - Jet Black Ink, Stampendous Aged Gold Embossing Enamel, Tattered Angels Glimmer mist - Pink
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