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February 2015 Component of the Month Reveal

February 28, 2015 , In: Blog Hops, General, Inspiration
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Hi and welcome to the February Component of the Month Challenge/Blog Hop! I had the honor of providing the components for this month, and I chose to create metal clay pieces. After getting a kiln last year, I have been playing with copper and white copper metal clay and am really loving it. For this COM, I decided to carve a rubber stamp and used it as a starting point for all the pieces. It all started with this drawing…

As much as I loved the dots around the design, the carving tool wouldn’t really work for them. For the metal clay pieces with extra holes, I used a drill bit while the clay was leather dry.

I hope you will go and show some love to those who have created designs using them!
Here are the participants.

Guest Participants:

Michelle Mach

Patty Miller

Divya N

AJE team:

Jenny Davies-Reazor
Susan Kennedy

Melissa Meman

Rebekah Payne

Lindsay Starr
Kristen Stevens

Francesca Watson

Lesley Watt

Melissa Meman

Melissa Meman is a mixed-media jewelry artist and owner of Melismatic Art Jewelry. She loves all things metal... fabrication, fold-forming, enameling, but has recently been drawn into metal clay and polymer clay! Her Melismatic Morsel line features pendants, charms, and more in all her favorite mediums. Melissa lives in Frederick, MD with her husband and son and dreams of retiring from her day job, and resorting to singing and hammering/finishing metal for a livelihood!
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    I absolutely adore your copper clay work. So original.

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    Hi Melissa,
    I love the flower design and am so happy to have been chosen to participate this month. I wondered where to purchase the material to carve into to make your original stamps? I do metal etching and would love to do that with some designs. Thanks for everything.
    Patty

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      Patty, I got the rubber and the carving tool at Michaels… They are in the print making section near painting supplies.

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    Great job, girlfriend!

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    I love the flower design Melissa! It was neat hearing about you deciding on the design and then carving it.

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    I loved seeing your beautiful design and how you turned it into those stunning components and what a beautiful job you made of it, Fab hop lots of real treasures!

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