TG018 Sketch Using MoldMuse Resin/Clay Molds

Good morning! It has been at least two weeks since I sat down in my craft room to create and boy has that time taken a toll on me!  I was inspired by Tiffany’s sketch challenge and really wanted to practice using the molds I made using MoldMuse molds. I made a few videos if you want to check it out. Here and here!  The molds are made of resin with the exception of the blue one which was made from clay.

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: LawnFawn (Hello Friend)
Other: The Twinery Twine, MoldMuse molds, Jenni Bowlin Ink, Scor-Bug


5 thoughts on “TG018 Sketch Using MoldMuse Resin/Clay Molds

  1. This is so pretty! I can’t wait to sit down and watch your videos!!!! I love how the scor-bug lines at the top balance out the weight of the bottom 🙂 LOVELY!!! As always, thank you so so so very much for playing along 🙂

  2. Beautiful! I love how you put together the twine with the roses, and color combination! Super pretty!

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  4. Hey Laurel – I saw your video and loved it! You’re so funny – especially when the flower dropped out of your hand! I would’ve said the same thing! Your card came out great! So my question is, do you re-use the medicine container & stick to mix new batches? If so, do you just wash them out in the sink? Like you, I didn’t wanna spend more $$ on plastic cups and craft sticks just to mix the resin. Need to be as economical as I can! Thanks much and have a great day! Aloha, Linda

    P.S.: I tried to leave a comment on the video but kept getting an error message. 😦

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