Beautiful decorative Christmas ornaments or gift tags made with Black Plus
air drying clay and cute charms.
A wonderful project using Li-Qua-Che liquid paper mache clay to
make these miniature picture frames from molds. The finest of detail
is captured by the Li-Qua-Che!
I have been working with ACTÍVA Fast Mache. I have decided to make napkin rings for my Christmas dinner table!
I will be using candy molds purchased for crafting. I will be pressing the Fast Mache into the mold. Fast Mache is a fast drying
instant paper mache and perfect for projects that youdon't have days to wait to dry.
The Altered pages team have been creating projects with
ACTÍVA Products and this cute mixed media angel by
Barbara Rankin uses Lumina Polymer Clay.
An easy to make darling little Christmas ornament with Premier Polymer Air Drying Clay.
I am new to mold-making and working with plasters – if you are too, then
this trivet is a great starter project. It’s a simple shape that is fun to paint,
stamp or stencil with seasonal colors or your favorite images for the holidays.
How sweet to have an angel watching over you and your Christmas tree!
This is sure to be a holiday favorite for years to come!
There is something so satisfying about making your own holiday decorations.
This holly wreath is small and lightweight enough to hang anywhere you need
a bit of holiday cheer in your home or office.
A Polymer Clay Tutorial using Hearty Clay by THE MICROBAKERY!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and what could be more perfect than
personalized turkey napkin rings? Set a beautiful table and feel the warmth of
the holidays with this extra touch!
This project is my scaled-down version of a traditional horn a’plenty filled with
seasonal fruits and flora. It looks adorable by itself, but it also doubles as a
menu card holder. Everyone deserves a little bit of abundance!
A fun game tutorial to make for young children or as party gifts!
This CelluClay project idea show you how to make this colorful day of the dead
skull charm. The tutorial uses CelluClay to make the sugar skull.
Make unique Gold Pumpkins with CelluClay.
This project is so easy a child can make it! Celebrate the day of the dead
by sculpting a sugar skull out of air dry Hearty Clay!
Learn how to turn a dollar store skull into a magical, decorative
Day of The Dead Skull with FastMache.
Create this one of a kind clay pendant that makes a statement! Express your
creative side by using stamps, beads and any type of textured object to press into clay!
When I discovered folk artist Gregory Warmack, better know
as Mr. Imagination, I fell in love with his whimsical style and use
of recycled materials. I think you will fall in love too with this simple
but exciting project inspired by his Paintbrush People.
A fun art project for educators to introduce the porcupine to students while
still having a functional purpose! This cute little Porcupine would also look
good taking center stage on a table at a party.
Make this magical message in a bottle with ACTÍVA Colored Sand
in desired color(s)
Make this wonderfully realistic Cabin using Activ-Clay
Make a Halloween Candle! This funky little light takes two
minutes to craft up! ACTÍVA Decor Sand in orange and black.
It’s not too early to be dreaming about your very own pumpkin patch!!
With CelluClay you can create a pumpkin that is sturdy and decorative!
Mexican Inspired Pottery with Hearty Clay ~ ACTÍVA Hearty Polymer Clay
Who doesn’t like fresh herbs all year round? You can create
this clay herb saver to keep those savory herbs fresh and beautifully
displayed! Wouldn’t this be cute at a wedding reception with fresh flowers as well?