I had my friend Laura who blogs over at Housewife Hellraiser over for a Clay Date and wowza, she can rock the Sculpey. Over snacks and laughter, we molded and clayed. Check out what she made on her blog.
If you want the free Tic-Tac-Toe Halloween printable, you can get it here or by clicking on the picture of it.
I decided to make a spider to use for my Halloween Popcorn Box for the Blog Hop Party this weekend! I got out my design portfolio for inspiration and created a sketch then gathered up my supplies.
Here is a picture tutorial of how I made it.
And here she is, ready to party in the Popcorn Box Blog Hop!
I would like to also share a few little things that my girls created. This little witch that sits on my desk was made completely by Zoe, age 9, with Bake Shop Clay. There are so many AWESOME colors in the Bake Shop collection.
And this adorable little pumpkin was designed by Jordan, age 11, to add to the fairy garden. She used Sculpey III.
No matter which clay you like best, the creative possibilities are endless! Molding with clay is relaxing, therapeutic, fun and so rewarding. I hope you are inspired to go get some and get making.