Friday, February 16, 2007

Texture Plates


I have a big block of this Red color that I don't like because it'd changed color after baking. So, I'd decided to make some texture plates, and I had a lot of fun making them. I am thinking Spring, can't you tell? Flowers, leaves, trees, etc.
P.S. My bumpy beads sold pretty good at the bead show, as well as the red-pink and Black color beads .
P.S. The Bubble Beads were made using the plate on the second row.

13 comments:

Scott said...

Hi Ponsawan,
These texture plates are fantastic!
Glad to hear your "bumpy" beads sold well, I knew they would.
Scott

Elaine said...

I think I have that same red...

Texture plates sounds like a good idea for it.

Congrats on the bumpy bead selling!

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

I'd love to know what you used to make the texture plates. for the bubble beads one?? Will you do a tut on this one?

Thanks

Mary

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Your texture plates are great, I would love to know how to do it (and I'm sur I'm not the only one...), do you think you could make a tutorial for us?

If you want to have a look at what I try to do with polymert clay:

www.mafimoterie.canalblog.com

see you

cindy

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

You made your own texture plates?!?! Do tell!

crotnem said...

Yes, what do you do with them? Texture what??? You know inquiring minds need to know!

iamb said...

awesomeness!! Thanks for the idea:)

Martha Clarke said...

This is a really good idea - I especially like the ones that seem freehand, as I've been mulling over the execution of a commission for a dinnerware set and that is PRECISELY the answer for a design element that pulls the set together while allowing the freestyle that the customer wants, as well. I'd thought about doing it in the same stoneware clay as the commission is to be done but hated to "waste" that if I didn't have to - it's a bit costly, and this is MUCH more cost effective.

Angela B said...

What a great idea...I am going to try this oneright now!! Thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Are they made out of rubber? how do you make them?

Unknown said...

please tell me how you made the texture plates? did you use silicone? I don't care about the color of the plates, Just how to make them. thanks.

Unknown said...

for got to check the box for you to email me instructions or tutorial...thanks.

Kathy Fuller said...

I would love the instructions for making t h e texture plates.