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Sculpey® Metallic Flower Frame

Starting at $2.49

Flowers can be quite striking when done in the beautiful metallic Sculpey clays! A small metal bowl helps make the design 3D.
Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
Sculpey Premo™ Silver 1 lb
$19.99
Sculpey Premo™ Antique Gold 2 oz
$2.79
Sculpey Premo™ 18K Gold 2 oz
$2.79
Sculpey III® Jewelry Gold 2 oz
$2.49
Sculpey III® Gold 2 oz
$2.49
Use the Sculpey Tools™ Clay Extruder for Your Project
$12.99
Sculpey Tools™ Clay Conditioning Machine
$39.99
Metal measuring spoons (1 tbsp and ½ tbsp is best) White glue Foam brush Kitchen scrubber Darice unfinished 8x10 wooden frame, when covering wood frames bake at 275 ?F (130 ?C) for 20 minutes to release moisture and sap. Allow to cool thoroughly before covering.|Metal measuring spoons (1 tbsp and ½ tbsp is best) White glue Foam brush Kitchen scrubber Darice unfinished 8x10 wooden frame, when covering wood frames bake at 275 ?F (130 ?C) for 20 minutes to release moisture and sap. Allow to cool thoroughly before covering.

Additional Resources

Roll a portion of the Silver clay out on the #1 setting of the conditioning machine until it is smooth and pliable. Put the conditioning machine on #2 and roll the clay through again. Continue to do this until all the clay has been rolled out.
Brush ¼ of the of the wooden frame with the glue, making sure to brush the inner and outer sides as well. Place a sheet of the Silver clay over the glue and press gently into place, working air bubbles out to the edge.
Pinch the corners together and trim off the excess. Smooth the seam with your fingers.
Trim the excess off the edges by sliding your Super Slicer blade against the wooden frame. Discard any trimmed clay that has glue on it.
Repeat steps 2-4 until the entire frame is covered in clay. Texture the clay using the kitchen scrubber. This will help to press out any remaining air bubbles and help you blend the seams.
Bake according to the clay package directions.
While the frame is baking, start to create the flowers by rolling out a small sheet of the Antique Gold clay on first the #1 setting until smooth and pliable, then moving to the #2 setting.
Use the oval cutter from the cutter set to cut out 5 petals. Once you have the 5 petals cut out, just peel up the excess clay and use your Super Slicer to slide under each petal to lift if from the mat.
Position the petals on the metal tablespoon so that the edges of the petals just touch. Use the round cutter to cut out a small circle of clay to fill the center and anchor the petals to each other. Bake the clay according to the clay package directions right on the metal spoon. If you have more than one set of spoons, you can create several different colors of flowers and bake them together. If you have one set, just repeat the process after the flower has baked and cooled with a different color of clay. Once the clay has baked and cooled to just a slightly warm temperature, gently pop the clay from the metal spoon.
Use the smaller spoons and the teardrop cutter to create a slightly different shaped petal for a smaller flower.
Create and fill the centers of the flowers by either baking small circles of clay (use the round mini-cutter) on the smallest of your measuring spoons and inverting the circle into the center of the flower or by rolling several small balls of clay and positioning them to fill the center. Use your small ball tool to press into the center of each ball to both anchor the ball and add detail.
Use the medium circle dye in the extruder to extrude several lengths of all the metallic colors so that you can build the “vines” for the flowers on the frame.
Position your flowers on the vines and glue into place. This will help to anchor the “vines” also.
Rebake the frame with all the elements in place. Allow to cool.
Roll a portion of the Silver clay out on the #1 setting of the conditioning machine until it is smooth and pliable. Put the conditioning machine on #2 and roll the clay through again. Continue to do this until all the clay has been rolled out.
Brush ¼ of the of the wooden frame with the glue, making sure to brush the inner and outer sides as well. Place a sheet of the Silver clay over the glue and press gently into place, working air bubbles out to the edge.
Pinch the corners together and trim off the excess. Smooth the seam with your fingers.
Trim the excess off the edges by sliding your Super Slicer blade against the wooden frame. Discard any trimmed clay that has glue on it.
Repeat steps 2-4 until the entire frame is covered in clay. Texture the clay using the kitchen scrubber. This will help to press out any remaining air bubbles and help you blend the seams.
Bake according to the clay package directions.
While the frame is baking, start to create the flowers by rolling out a small sheet of the Antique Gold clay on first the #1 setting until smooth and pliable, then moving to the #2 setting.
Use the oval cutter from the cutter set to cut out 5 petals. Once you have the 5 petals cut out, just peel up the excess clay and use your Super Slicer to slide under each petal to lift if from the mat.
Position the petals on the metal tablespoon so that the edges of the petals just touch. Use the round cutter to cut out a small circle of clay to fill the center and anchor the petals to each other. Bake the clay according to the clay package directions right on the metal spoon. If you have more than one set of spoons, you can create several different colors of flowers and bake them together. If you have one set, just repeat the process after the flower has baked and cooled with a different color of clay. Once the clay has baked and cooled to just a slightly warm temperature, gently pop the clay from the metal spoon.
Use the smaller spoons and the teardrop cutter to create a slightly different shaped petal for a smaller flower.
Create and fill the centers of the flowers by either baking small circles of clay (use the round mini-cutter) on the smallest of your measuring spoons and inverting the circle into the center of the flower or by rolling several small balls of clay and positioning them to fill the center. Use your small ball tool to press into the center of each ball to both anchor the ball and add detail.
Use the medium circle dye in the extruder to extrude several lengths of all the metallic colors so that you can build the “vines” for the flowers on the frame.
Position your flowers on the vines and glue into place. This will help to anchor the “vines” also.
Rebake the frame with all the elements in place. Allow to cool.
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