Air dry clay texturing stamps

Apart from dodging in and out between the storms from hurricane Bertha, I’ve been going around the house in search of textures to make my own clay stamps for crayon rubbings, printing and to even use back in the clay.

I noticed bottles have many different ridges and curves, bobbles and patterns. Also, nowadays you can find all sorts of textured papers that card makers enjoy using or scrap book enthusiasts chop up and embellish their pages with.

So, today is just a brief posting, but you can see other things I’ve done today on with lino and gelliplates. This coming week I am working on a drawing completely in dots…very tiny dots…at my son’s request. He wants a picture to take to uni and hang on his wall. As these drawings take longer than a day, I’ll post it when it’s finished or near completion!








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