Thursday, 5 July 2012

Art Impressions week: Altered spoon with polymer

As promised, here's a project you might have not expected with the Art Impressions stamps. But trust Isa'sArt to make it special. Don't you just want to eat that chocolate? But don't, it's all made out of clay and Isa will show you how... 

As Isa wanted some marbled chocolate and some milk chocolate, she had to play a bit with the colour. 
To lighten the chocolate, add some white. To darken it, add some black (a little bit, it does not take much)

It's very easy to make a chocolate bar.
You spead your clay a bit... you mark the squares with the side of  the pockey tool, and draw lines with the end of the tool. Then take a heart shaped cookie cutter and "munch" the chocolate.. 
Isn't it' cool? 

Bake your "chocolate" according to manufacturer's instruction (and it won't even melt LOL), and adhere to your sample with glue. (Glossy Accents will work)
you can stamp the spoon using StazOn ink. Add a bit of wire to be able to hang the spoon, it even looks good from the front.

Stamp the Art Impressions quote with Versafine ink on a piece of card inked with Distress inks
Et voilà

See you tomorrow


  1. Oh yes lol what fun :) I can relate to that
    Von ♥

  2. I am sooooo going to have a go at doing this!!! No idea what I'll do with the spoon after but I'm sure I'll think of something!

  3. Gorgeous, yummy, want one!!

  4. Brilliant - I've just started playing with clay - it's a bit of a learning curve - but this looks gorgeous

  5. WOW!!!! I would never have thought of that!!!! Its amazing x

  6. And no naughty calories either!!!!!
    Really lovely Isa!!

    Jane x

  7. Mmmmmmmm delicious!!


  8. Guilt free choccie, what can be better.... this is fantastic must have a go at this one day....

  9. They look so real ! It would look so good in a Chocolate/Patisserie shop window...

  10. Thank you for all your comments ! :-) Victoria, it' s for decorate wall or somewhere else ;-)

  11. so immaginative!!! and the chocolate looks so real


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