Drum roll please….. Check it out Syndee Holt polymer clay artist, photographer and all around creative has created her own stamp designs.
I am luck enough to belong to the very same guild as Syndee, so I get lots of tips and tricks first hand. This year at Sandy Camp the guild retreat run by the San Diego Polymer Clay Guild Syndee introduced her new stamp designs. I knew they were coming as I already had them on order with the manufacture but had not gotten my shipment yet so it was fun to see what was on the way.
Syndee Holt is the ultimate giver and sharer of knowledge, and excitement. This year at Sandy Camp it was no different. Syndee did several demos. She did one on photographing your work which was awesome, one demo using her favorite stamp the 2207J to make faux raku,
Syndee’s faux raku using 2207J
and last but not least one using her wonderful new stamps with both positive and negative images. She has even done a tutorial for the circle in circle pendant below. Its always fun seeing what Syndee is up too while soaking up some of her exciting energy!
A great big thanks Syndee!
Check out a few pieces that she has made using her very own stamp designs and as always with Syndee she has added these designs with her own dramatic surface techniques for stunning results.
In this one she used a transfer on the top section and the positive stamps imprint for the subtle bottom black layer.
Again this shows the wonderful results you can get by using the positive and negative of the very same design, and I say ya gotta love it. Way to go Syndee!
Syndee Holt stamp designs
GOTTA HAVE THESE ?
You can find Syndee’s designs and even her favorite 2207J stamp at Lindas Art Spot
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Some times we just need a field trip to open our minds and creative ideas, And this tutorial is giving me a perfect excuse to take a walk and pick a few weeds. LOL
It appears she has used alcohol inks in this pendant.
I love the textures that nature offers and am often inspired by them so when I found this tutorial by Russian artist Julia Titova I just had to share.
Now let me back up and say I believe that to be the artist name since the entire blog is in Russian and the site the best I can tell is a forum of artist in the region I can’t be sure. So hopefully I have given the proper credit.
The best I can tell (using google translate) is that she is using air dry clay to make the relief of the flowers both fresh and dried and makes the pendants reinforcing it with resin. You could also use polymer clay or silicone mold making kits for a more stable longer lasting mold.
After the mold base had been made she then makes the relief imprint, and adds color in the form of my personal favorites alcohol inks or thinned acrylic paints.
And finally she then adds a layer of resin to offer a tremendous depth to the piece. My personal favorite resins are Lisa Pavelkas’ Magic glos, and Ice resin
For me this is just another excuse to play with nature and of course alcohol inks.
If you would like to see the full tutorial follow this link
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Have a happy crafting weekend!
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