I hope you've enjoyed Jana's recent posts full of all kinds of FUNtastic information on working with Friendly Plastic! As she mentioned yesterday, the E-cyclopedia is nearing completion.
Now, Im back at the wheel, ready to inspire you again with more Friendly Plastic delicious eye candy! The Marbleing technique continues to be among the most popular...and most addicting! It's simple yet so beautiful.
Today's posts features Friendly Plastic artist from Australia, Mylene Hillam. In describing her work....where do I begin? Each one is as beautiful as the next. It's hard to pick just one as my favorite.
Here she shares her story after demonstrating at a recent Scrapbooking Expo in Australia:
Now the Scrapbook and Papercraft Expo is done and dusted I've begun to turn some of those demo samples into finished pieces so it's eye candy time! All the pieces below are made using the marbling technique and are cut out with cookie cutters. All pieces (except for the first piece) have been covered in resin for durability.
Fresh line. The silver metal enhancer makes a nice frame for the three rectangles which are joined together with tiger tail running through the middle and Swarovski crystals in between. The brushed silver bird and tiny word charms add some nice interest to the rectangles with a few Swarovski crystals for bling.
Fresh range and some crystals for bling.