August 25, 2013

At Home For Christmas


Another card for Papertrey Ink's Stamp-a-faire. This one is for the Rolled Design Challenge. They used a medium called Paperclay, which is not available at local craft stores, so instead i used white polymer clay that you have to bake in the oven.

I kneed it a bit and then using a large misting bottle and rolled it as thin as i could. I pressed the dies into the clay, then used a craft knife to cut the clay. I did 3 hearts and 3 candles. With the hearts i stamped a crackle background with Kraft ink. The candles i used red, blue and green ink to stamp the candles, orange for the flame.

Here is a before picture:

Now i've never used clay before and after baking it for 15 minutes they were still soft, so i baked them for another 15 minutes. By this time they were a little more harder and not so white any more. I guess they harden when the cool? LOL

Here is the after picture:

I didn;t like how the candles turned out, but i liked that the hearts looked a little aged being the light tan color, so i used them for my card.

I stamped the pine branches off on scrap paper then on my cardbase. Then i stamped the sentiment at the bottom.

I stamped the stocking and mitten, then adhered them and the hearts to twine. I adhered it all across my cardbase and added tiny twine bows at each end.

Thanks for stopping by!!


Stamps: Papertrey Ink: Love Lives Here: Holiday. Crackle Background
Ink: Papertrey Ink: Autumn Rose, Classic Kraft, Ripe Avocado
Die: Heart Prints
Clay: Craftsmart


  1. Those hearts are just perfect! I love the little banner you created!

  2. such a sweet card! Love it..x

  3. Oh, I love how the hearts turned out! The crackle is just perfect.

  4. I adore this card. It's beautiful...a sweet country Christmas!

  5. OMGosh, fantastic Dana! Congratulations on winning the SAF Rolled Dough Designs!