Monday, July 18, 2011

Bath Salts Jar for a friend from Creative Paperclay!!

Folks I'm just so excited about my project for today I can hardly contain myself!!!!!!! It really turned out so amazing.  I started out with a plain old jar and lid:

I then covered both the jar and lid with paperclay. It really looked plain but that's when I started workin' it :

This was just too plain for me so I took the lid and made a rose out of the paperclay and put in the center. I then fashioned rosebuds and placed around the large rose and added a few leaves for good measure.

Now things got to be a lot of fun.  I started out by painting my rose and buds a light pink and then painted the jar the same pink. I painted my leaves green and highlighted the rose and buds with glitter. I also glittered around the edge of the lid. Lid now finished! I cut out a victorian picture and Modge Podged it to the jar. I then sealed the jar and glued off white rick-rack around the picture and added a little butterfly to the side of the picture. 

I think it all turned out just beautifully don't you? Now to just fill the jar with some lovely bath salts and give to a good friend!



Cindy said...

Wow this is cute.I have always wanted to work with this clay

Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Theresa said...

WOW, so beautiful and creative! Great job and the person receiving this gift is going to LOVE it!

Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

Eileen Bergen said...

Yes, I do think it turned out just beautifully. I especially like how you did the roses on the lid.

I bought myself some PaperClay, but still have to break open the pack.

Your projects are definitely whetting my appetite.

Nicole Maki said...

Wow, Barbara.

I had no idea Paperclay could be used in a project like this.

Absolutely beautiful. Great job!


Cindy Adkins said...

WOW, Barbara, this is absolutely beautiful!!! Amazing, my friend!!!


Daniella said...

That is gorgeous!!! I love how you made the flowers on top!!!

Ann said...

How creative you are! Love this jar. Thanks for coming by my VTT post today. A woman after my own heart--her fav movie "The Wizard of Oz".

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

So cute Barbara!!! You are so creative ~ everything you do turns out beautifully. I've never heard of this product but I'd love to give it a try.

Rita alias alatvian said...

Thank you so much for sharing your process!

Barbara DeLisle said...

just lovely