Friendly Plastic is back! On this blog we offer tips and ideas on how to use Friendly Plastic strips and pellets in your jewelry making, craft projects, card making, paper craft projects and more. We have lots of free project ideas and we are anxious to always share more! We know you'll find this plastic modeling material easy to use and fun!
Join Linda Peterson and other talented artists and take this creative journey with us!
At Jen's Studio - Day Two - Creative Fun With Friendly Plastic
Im so GLAD that we called Jana yesterday..... the three of us were on the phone..laughing and sharing and Im so glad this ignited the creative spark back in Jana. Wasn't her artwork amazing??
Here's what a couple of designers can do to a perfectly clean studio!
Jen began die cutting Friendly Plastic (check out her blog) and then I joined in on the fun and combined this with some techniques I had been doing earlier in the day.
This necklace is a combination of Friendly Plastic Strips, Alcohol Ink, Rub-N-Buff, friendly plastic Pellets and some wire for embellishing. The little butterfly is die cut and embellished with layers of resin, glitters, embossing powders and oh gosh...I don't remember what all...
It was fun to create some "paper like " art with the friendly plastic...I love it because its so moldable and shapable.....and so many things are possible!
Stay tuned - you don't want to miss tomorrow blog when I post the Big diecut, embellished butterfly.