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January 11, 2012


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These are really pretty and would look great on a present tag too ... Thank-you for showing us how!


They are beautiful, I have some air drying clay and need to get it out and have a play.


Love this and what you did with the leaves :)
Very cute pics on layouts too x


these are lovely examples...but i'm a bit confused...did you use paper clay or regular air drying clay? it looks like regular to me...but i have a pot of paper clay i haven't tried yet!! ;0)


I've used das- which is an air drying paper clay. You just neeclay solid enough that it can be rolled. Hope that is clearer x


Great idea, love it.


These are a super idea, and look so effective on the page. I especially like the boy LO for the 'apparent' randomness of your placing of the leaves and buttons. Fab :)


Now where did I put that clay? Do you think this would work ok with salt clay too?


Brilliant idea, going to look out that block of clay I bought ages ago x

I would have thought that salt clay at some point would deteriorate? x


thanks i being a twit and getting muddled up again ???? ;0)

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