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cylinder segment for the totem. Each of them threw their slabs (in impresssive 28″ long for the circumference of each segment) and then pressed in their textures & patterns. Each slab was then turned into a cylinder and attached to another slab base.
a roller of some sort (cut up pieces of PVC, empty tape containers, plastic rolling pins from the dollar store or craft store). a sharpie marker, a hot glue gun. Draw your design on the roller, draw over lines with hot glue (make lines thick). Allow to dry. Roll in paint
Make a Dr.Suess character Start with a copy of a Dr Seuss book (any one will do) for inspiration, add neon colored play-doh, cut-up chenille stems,colored feathers, an assortment of google-eyes, and you’ve got a creature factory ready to roll! Add a funky ceramic coaster to build or display the creations on
DIY Lace Bowl... All need is air-dryable modelling clay that is similar to china clay. Simply roll clay with rolling pin to abt 3-4 mm thick. Then take some laces or doilies & push pattern onto clay with rolling pin. It's so easy & turns into a wonderful result. All you do then is make the bowl round by put into another bowl to get that shape (look at photos). After 2 days drying they are ready for sandpaper & acrylic paint. I love how they turned out and am definitely going to do it…