Friday, November 30, 2007

Gingko box


More Altered Altiod boxes. This one I stamped the Black clay with Gingko stamp sheet which gave me a deep impression. I used another one of my Beauty Supply Store finds as paint.You are right! I was using the nail polish. The result is breathtakingly and stunningly pretty. Of course, inhaling the toxic fume from nail polish kinnda make me felt like I was using drug or something. :)
May be I should wait for summer so I can do this outside in the open air.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's interesting. I read that nail polish did not go well with polymer clay! But it looks good enough to me :)

Domitsu said...

This box is very very beautiful but me too I read that polymer clay and nail polish doesn't go well!!!the polymer clay get soft after few months...?
I hope it will not be ...
( My english is bad!!!Excuse me!)

SILASTONES said...

I will keep an eye on that, but the first one I made 1 month agao still look ok.
Thanks you guys, i'll let you know what happen.

jmh said...

Did you bake the already stamped/impressed polymer clay prior to painting with the nail polish? Also, did you use several different colors of nail polish? The results are beautiful.
Thanks,
Jill

SILASTONES said...

Jill, I covered the box with thin sheet of clay, make sure to get all the bubble out, then stamped and bake. I used 3 different colors nailpolish with this one. It was fun and the result is stunningly beautiful, but it make me sick for inhealing those nailpolish, so i will wait fro spring so I can do it outside.

jmh said...

THanks for you help. I once made greeting cards and colored them with nail polish and the fumes were terrible.
jill