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Polymer clay rose altoid tin.   

Rose Tin



This is an Altoid tin covered in clay. I first covered the top with a layer of marbled purple, making sure not to obstruct the hinges, and then baked. I did the same for the bottom and rebaked. Then I attached the Granitex braid on the side and used purple and green clay that had been mixed with a little of the grey Granitex for the roses and leaves. I used Sculpey diluent to make sure the raw clay adhered properly to the baked clay.

Warning! Remember to bake with the box OPEN, otherwise you may have to chisel the lid free to open it. Now how do you think I found that out? :)
 
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