Hello My friends!
Thanks for stopping by to Check This Out today! This video is definitely an easy Check This Out video on Martha Stewart Crafters Clay. I love this clay and the silicone molds that come with the set. A really cute idea for this holiday season is to create little “frames” using this clay and the molds that come with the Heirloom Crafters Clay set.
I really am not a clay crafter at all. But this has been quite a therapeutic craft for me that is unbelievably easy to use and play with! I can’t believe how quick these frames and even those roses come together. It’s incredibly lightweight when it dries, you really have to feel it to believe it. Clay always seems so “heavy” to me, and this just is not. You’re going to enjoy it! I’m so sure of it!
So tell me! Do you think You’ll attempt at “being Martha” this holiday season?
Love Martha’s clay kit. The smaller embellishments make great earrings and jewelry components with a light layer if glossy accents or other sealant.
Everything you do inspires me! I think i need to get some MS Crafter’s Clay!
Thanks so much for sharing!
Enjoy the Season!
Those frames are adorable. OOH! Another craft! This does look so much easier to work with than regular craft clay.Thanks for sharing!
I am not a fan of Martha Stewarts crafts, But Megan you have changed my mind. Thank you, Love the frame you made!
Really neat idea and it looks very easy.
What a neat idea!! And the possibilities could be endless, Thank you for sharing!! Have a Blessed Day!!
This looks soooo fun. Just have to go buy a kit. Thank you for the video
I’ve been eyeing these kits for the longest time now, have been wanting to get them, they seem so much fun.
I have looked at this the last few times I have been in Michaels. So glad I saw this video today. Thanks Megan I guess I’ll have to buy it 🙂 🙂
Fun ideas…thank you!
It looks like so much fun to play with. I can’t wait to try it. Thank you for the inspiration. Take care. 🙂
I think these little frames would be wonderful on a scrapbook page or even in my Smash Book! Off to Michaels I go! Thanks for sharing.
I’ve only had a chance to play with this clay a little bit, but it really is great and weighs next to nothing. Once you’ve gotten the MS molds, go to your Wilton aisle and take a look at the silocon molds there that are used with fondant for some extra options. I haven’t gotten to try them out yet, even though I’ve bought a few, but it’s the same principle and I don’t see why it won’t work.
Looks interesting. Thanks for all of your ideas. It is great to see it before you buy the item. I might just have to try it out.
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