Monday, June 8

Grapefruit and Cherries make #Cre8time Colorful... by Susan M. Brown {sbartist}

Welcome to another Mold Rubber MondaySusan here to bring you some fun ideas of using Amazing Mold Rubber and some stamping inspiration, too!

You can fill your Amazing Mold Putty molds with Amazing Mold Rubber to make custom stamps! ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS USE A MOLD RELEASE in molds before pouring silicone {otherwise mold rubber will adhere itself to the mold putty}. Above is the man in the moon mold I made for my Halloween Tag. I had a little Amazing Mold Rubber left over from a batch so I filled a bunch of molds I had sitting on the table.


PRESTO-CHANGO!!! I now have several stamps of my molded items.

I stamped the grapefruit repeatedly using pink dye ink, then went back and added detail with a pencil and some watered down Faber Castell-Gelatos. The Cherries are hand drawn and colored with Red Cherry Gelatos and Faber-Castell PITT pens.

Here's what I've created today using my grapefruit slice... a small mixed media piece for ICAD2015 using my new favorite color palette "Grapefruit and Cherry". 

The Amazing Mold Rubber stamp detail is so much better than the stamp I made using Amazing Mold Putty pressed into my original mold.

What do you create with

Please leave a comment below to share your ideas! If you would like to see more of my creations, please visit my blog sbartist : painting in the dark by clicking here. ~ Susan

Thanks for stopping by and have a great evening!

Our AMAZING creative friend Katie Smith, of Punk Projects is hosting a fun craft challenge for the summer and ACP is proud to be one of the sponsors. Play along for your chance to win weekly prizes and a grand prize at the end! The week 2 Challenge is "use your Favorite Colors" - CLICK HERE for all the details and where to link up your creations.

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