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Sculpey Souffle Haunted House Glass Ornament

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Design by: Gloria Uhler http://www.domestic-divaonline.com Like to airbrush?  Did you know you can use clay to create your airbrush stencil?  Here's how! Prepare for your ghoulish event by creating this amazing airbrushed haunted house glass ornament!  Once you've created one, well you know how THAT goes!  Buy the large box of ornaments...   IMPORTANT NOTE - Setting numbers vary on clay conditioning machines.  On my machine the thickest setting is 1 and the thinnest is 9.
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Sculpey Souffle Haunted House Glass Ornament
Sculpey Souffle Haunted House Glass Ornament

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Summary
    Glass 4" ornament, Aztec airbrush, Aztec orange, yellow and black paint, Paper towels, Round 4" and 1.25" cookie cutter, haunted house cookie cutter, Plastic cup, E6000, Rubbing Alcohol, Craft knife, Baker's paper, Leaf texture sheet, Black Sharpie marker, Glosscote Lacquer, medium sized ball of scrap clay • Disposable container • Rubbing Alcohol • Craft knife • Baker's paper • Haunted house stencil • Leaf texture sheet • Sharpie marker • Glosscote Lacquer • Disposable container|Glass 4" ornament, Aztec airbrush, Aztec orange, yellow and black paint, Paper towels, Round 4" and 1.25" cookie cutter, haunted house cookie cutter, Plastic cup, E6000, Rubbing Alcohol, Craft knife, Baker's paper, Leaf texture sheet, Black Sharpie marker, Glosscote Lacquer, medium sized ball of scrap clay • Disposable container • Rubbing Alcohol • Craft knife • Baker's paper • Haunted house stencil • Leaf texture sheet • Sharpie marker • Glosscote Lacquer • Disposable container

    Project Instructions

    Getting StartedPolymer clay may stain. CLAY MAY DAMAGE UNPROTECTED FURNITURE OR FINISHED SURFACES. DO NOT USE polymer clay on unprotected surfaces. We recommend working on the Sculpey clay mat, wax paper, metal baking sheet, or disposable foil. Start with clean hands and work surface area. Knead clay until soft and smooth. For best results, clean your hands in between colors. Shape clay, pressing pieces together firmly. Bake on oven-proof glass or metal surface at 275°F (130 °C) for 30 minutes per ¼" (6 mm) thickness. For best baking results, use an oven thermometer. DO NOT USE MICROWAVE OVEN. DO NOT EXCEED THE ABOVE TEMPERATURE OR RECOMMENDED BAKING TIME. Wash hands after use. Baking should be completed by an adult.Begin by preheating oven to 275 °F (130 °C). Test temperature with oven thermometer for perfectly cured clay. For best results, condition all clay by running it through the Clay Conditioning Machine for several passes on the widest setting. Fold the clay in half after each pass and insert the fold side into the rollers first.
    Remove the metal hanger from the glass ornament. Clump a piece of scrap clay and press it onto the work surface. Press the ornament onto the clay to keep it from rolling around as your work.
    To Create The Tree: Roll out clay into thin tubes or press it through an extruder with a 12-hole die. Grab three tubes and twist them into ropes.
    Apply a rope to the glass ornament. Apply two more on both sides of the first. Press them together.
    Add single extruded coils of clay to the end of the ropes to create branches and roots. Crimp and curl the ends into odd shapes as desired working up to the ornament opening. Wrap tubes around the opening.
    To Create The Hanger: Run a piece of clay through the conditioning machine on setting # 1. Fold it in half. Press a leaf texture sheet onto the clay. Cut out a circle with the 1.25” cookie cutter. Pinch the edges of the circle and place them on the cutter. Wrap more tubes around the cutter about 1/2" high. Blend the edge of the circle with the tubes.
    Roll a chunk of clay in your hands. Wrap a piece of the extruded clay around the chunk then shape it into a hook. Flatten the bottom and press it to the circle to form a hanger for the ornament.
    Set the ornament on a large round cookie cutter for support while baking in the oven. Place the hanger in the oven along with the ornament. Bake as directed above. Allow the clay to cool completely before handling. Roll the cookie cutter back and forth on the work surface to loosen the clay hanger from the cutter. If necessary, run a thin blade between the clay and metal to dislodge it.
    Pour Orange paint into the ornament. Swish it around to coat the walls. Turn it so the opening is facing down inside a disposable container and let the paint drain. When it’s no longer draining, pour the paint back into the original container. Allow the ornament to dry overnight perched on a container to catch additional paint drips.
    Pour yellow paint into the ornament. Swish it around and follow the directions in step # 8.
    Roll out scrap clay on setting # 1. It should be 1.50" larger than the haunted house cutter to allow for easy handling. Press the haunted house cutter into the clay. Cut out rectangular pieces of clay for windows and the door. Also print out a bat image on card stock. Cut out the image with a craft knife then place it on scrap clay. Cut the bat image out of the clay.
    Wrap the clay house stencil onto the glass ornament. Apply windows and doors. Airbrush the stencil with black paint
    Carefully peel away the clay stencil and clay pieces and re-position them on the opposite side of the ornament to airbrush another haunted house.
    Airbrush two bats on the side of the ornament opposite the tree.
    Apply E6000 glue inside the hanger and place it on the glass opening. Allow the adhesive to set overnight.
    More tips for you!Use rubbing alcohol to remove smudges and clay marks from the glass.Cutting should be done on baker’s paper, which will allow you to easily rotate or lift off the work when necessary.Create details like the windowpanes and a path leading to the front doors with black Sharpie markers.Protect the paint from scratches by spraying the project with Glosscote Lacquer.Clay stencils should not come in contact with previously painted ornament surfaces as it may lift off the paint.Extremely soft clay will not detach from the glass easily. Place soft clay in the refrigerator before using it.