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faux bone relics from PC

Posted by akaLia (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 0:08

These are my first attempt at making faux bone artifacts after reading about it in Belle Armoire. I rushed headlong into it without reading the instructions completely. I used brown the first time and got the wooden look. Then I went with the white and translucent. "Aging" these is so much fun!

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RE: faux bone relics from PC

Good job.......I enjoy the antiquing also. Seems like they come to life when its added. Did you say you were do some scrimshaw work? show and tell......


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RE: faux bone relics from PC

Awesome job, Lia! I loved that article, too. In fact, love the whole magazine!


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Lia, didn't you tell me one time that you made these out of paperclay? They are simply beautiful.


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RE: faux bone relics from PC

These are polymer clay. I hadn't thought about it, but these ancient forms would be fun to do with paperclay too!


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