Good Morning Monday!! Hope everyone had a great weekend! Mine was not too bad especially since the New Orleans Saints won their game against the Jets. Anyways, I have sorta finished my “Merry Beachy Christmas” project. I think I will have one more post to add to it but we shall see based on my time this week. So, let’s get started with my “Merry Beachy Christmas Part 3…”
- E600 Glue
- Air Drying Modeling Clay
- Clay Roller
- Clay Sculpting Tools
- “Make It Monday” “Merry Beach Christmas” project
Everything for this post I purchased from Michael’s Craft Store. Hopefully I’ll be able to finish for my “Write It Wednesday” but since in this house we are working on a big cleaning spree and heading to Dallas Wednesday to go to the Arboretum and Zoo Lights. Not to mention since Grace will be at the vet while we are in Dallas, I have to get back Friday to pick her up Saturday morning before they close at noon since next Monday is Christmas. (and I’m not spending her possibly last Christmas without her!)
To start my “Merry Beachy Christmas Part 3” project, I rolled out my Air Drying Clay on my mat.
Once I had my clay rolled out to about the size I wanted, I carefully cut out a star free-handed. With that star, I rolled out some more clay laying my first one on top and cut out another star. I did this a third time to give myself three stars, one each for my tree from my “Make It Monday” project I did week before last. Click here for video….
After letting my stars dry according to package directions, I carfully used my E600 glue to attach them on top of my beach trees.
There you go! A cute, easy “Merry Beachy Christmas Part 3” project. Hope you enjoyed! Be sure to check back Wednesday for my “Write It Wednesday” project to finish this one.
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