Monday, 3 September 2012

Polymer Clay Journal

Hi There Bloggers.

I just wanted to share with you my first attempt at 2 things 1. A Hard Back Journal and 2. A Polymer Clay Cover for it and hopefully get any feedback from all you lovely fellow crafty people out there.
Obviously there is a long way to go with my clay skills as I am still very much a beginner, but I did manage to create my first successful skinner blend which was an achievement in itself.

Anyway here it is:

 It is a little A7 book, and I actually really like this size of book as it's nice to carry around but still big enough to actually be useful!
 I used this tutorial on how to make a hard back book, there are loads of them out there but this was the most simple one that I found as it used staples instead of sewing and I just wanted to have a play.
Anyway I would hugely appreciate peoples feedback and comment on how I could improve this really!
I will be entering this into Make It Monday

Speak Soon
Nat -x-


  1. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!
    My entries are: #13 and #53.
    I would love to have you visit my blog!

  2. Very interesting journal. I love your creativity. This will be great to create a series of these and watch how your clay skills continue to grow. Saw this on Make it Monday and had to come by to visit!

  3. Hi there~~This looks pretty fun.I kinda like it.I never tried this kind of technique myself but it looks like fun heheh. Visiting from MIM~


  4. Fantastic journal and clay cover. Stopped by from MIM..Loz

  5. Intriguing my attempts with clay have never been as creative as this! Love the colours and the way you have blended them from red to orange and all the wonderful textural additions. I'm another visitor from MIM and so glad you entered this there for me to discover XOXO Zoe

  6. Just popping over from MIM to have a closer look at your intriguing project. I have never heard about polymer clay, but it looks very interesting. Love the colours you've created. Thanks for sharing!