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Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature

 

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 12:44:23
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Here's another Experiments and Tutorials : How to create polymer clay liquid paint (
POLYCLAYLIC Paint) create any color any mixture, endless possibilities, miniature foods,
cakes, jewelry effects and design, clay painting, stickers, etc. .......... the only limitation to
creativity with POLYCLAYLIC paint is in our own minds. Also example of how to use
POLYCLAYLIC paint combine with baking soda to create realistic miniature cakes and
making a 1/12 scale stainless steel kitchen knife with floppy disc shutter.
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/miniature_cake.htm

Regards,
Garie

From: gaffer42ca
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 12:51:01
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Excellent!  I know what I'm making my mother for Mother's Day!

From: luluohlulu
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 12:55:05
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Oh my goodness, Garie.  This is just too cool.  You are brilliant!
  
  Sandi in CA
Garie Sim <garie@starhub.net.sg> wrote:
    Here's another Experiments and Tutorials : How to create polymer clay liquid paint (
POLYCLAYLIC Paint)

From: g4u2
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:04:05
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

I so liked this site. It is great! Thanks for the send.
Donna

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:21:56
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Glad the link is useful for you
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "gaffer42ca" wrote:
>
> Excellent!  I know what I'm making my mother for Mother's Day!
>

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:24:07
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

A new extension to polymer clay arts, enjoy and have fun.
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, LuLu OHlulu wrote:

> Oh my goodness, Garie.  This is just too cool.  You are brilliant!
>   
>   Sandi in CA
> Garie Sim <garie@...> wrote:
>     Here's another Experiments and Tutorials : How to create polymer clay liquid paint (
> POLYCLAYLIC Paint)

   

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:26:45
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

You are welcome, now you can also be painting with polymer clay paints and colors of
your own choice.

Regards,
Garie

--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Grace4u2" wrote:
>
> I so liked this site. It is great! Thanks for the send.
> Donna

From: nndewbre
Subject: RE: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:57:08
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Oh Man! I didn't read it all but I can see a few days being spent out there
on that site. Thanks Garie. Looks like some fun stuff out there. To bad I
don't have time to play today. I thought when I got retired I would have
some time. Geezzz.....

 

Norma Dewbre

http://www.palmettopainters.com

From: spksgntly2
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 02:03:07
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

How cool is that!! Possibilities are endless.
Debbie

From: kamoe23
Subject: RE: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 02:53:11
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Garie;
  what a lot of work, testing and make pics and share it with us. Thank  you so much for a wonderful tutorial with endless possibilities.
  Karin

From: tearoses
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 03:24:07
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Wow, Garie, have you tried to make bread with the baking soda mix?
Imagine the mini sandwiches you could do!

Thanks for your contributions. It's like having our very own mad
scientist in the group!

Tea Rose

From: kateiscreating
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Garie great info on Polymer Clay Pain
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 07:55:34
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Thanks so much for the tutorial, I can hardly wait to try it.

Kate

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 08:45:17
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Tea Rose thanks, glad to see you in CoC, experiment with the PC paints and see what you
can create, have a new adventure into polymer claying.

Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Tea Rose" wrote:
>
> Wow, Garie, have you tried to make bread with the baking soda mix?
> Imagine the mini sandwiches you could do!
>
> Thanks for your contributions. It's like having our very own mad
> scientist in the group!
>
> Tea Rose

From: krisy_44
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 11:31:38
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Can you paint this on your stuff and then bake it, and
it adhere ok? Thank You Christine H.

--- Debbie <spksgntly2@yahoo.com> wrote:

> How cool is that!! Possibilities are endless.
> Debbie


From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints
Date:
05 May 2006 PM 03:47:31
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Hello Adele, these days I am not sure what is happening to the delivery of the postings, I
received some but not all of them. I have to check all the latest posting from the Coc
forum site and that is why I am replying to your post.
Thanks !
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Adele Madder" wrote:
>
> Hi Garie,   Just read your experiement with paint, very clever, thanks for that, will give it
a try.   God bless,  Luv  Adele

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 12:28:18
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Glitz, yes you need to bake them. Bake them separately and glue them together with
superglue.
Have fun turn your dream into reality.
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Glitz" wrote:
>
> I am a newbie and went and read the site on the paints.  Intrigued me to say the least. 
So much so that I dreamed about them last nite LOL.  Now if I can remember ~~what~~ I
dreamed so I want to know ~~how~~ I want to use them LOL.  Thanks for sharing that
technique Garie it is certainly one that I am going to try.  Oh yeah I remember one part of
the dream.  I want to paint a pic on my bathroom door of an indian breaking thru the
water with her hands over her head.  The pic I have has water falling from her.  I have
wanted to do this forever just could not figuer out how to make the water realistic.  Now I
think thanks to you I have :-)   One thing though---- does it ~~have~~ to be baked?  Glitz

From: MizCreated
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 07:13:17
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

n a message dated 5/5/2006 7:15:33 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 
bijorianangel@sbcglobal.net writes:

One thing though---- does it ~~have~~ to be baked?   Glitz

 

I would think so, but couldn't you bake it, then glue it to the door?   The
door being a flat surface and all.....but the technique does have endless 
possibilities........oh and that pic you wanna put on your door sounds  beautiful.

 

Gina  >^^<
In the Big V.A.
_http://claycreation.blogspot.com/_ (http://claycreation.blogspot.com/)
_http://www.ArtWanted.com/MizGina_ (http://www.artwanted.com/MizGina) 

From: antalias
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Special Notice: Missing Posts
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 09:10:58
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

ClayMates:

Garie pointed it out to me this morning and when I checked my inbox
and the messages on the web I see there's a half dozen posts that
have not made it through to my inbox. One of them is my own!

Yahoo Groups is most likely the problem because I checked Garie's
settings and mine and I looked under "Management of Message Posts"
behind the scenes and there's nothing I can see that could cause
this problem.

So if you see replies before you see the questions or if you send a
post and you don't see it go through, check the messages on the web,
you will find posts that aren't making it all the way to our inbox
at home.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CITY-o-Clay/messages
Be logged into Yahoo to access the message posts online.

Hopefully this problem will clear it self and the missing posts will
come through. I'm forwarding the missing posts to myself from the
web so I can have record of them on my computer. If and when they do
come in I can delete the duplicate.

This is the reason why I stopped doing step by step picture
tutorials through our pix list. When steps come in out of order or
not at all it just caused a lot of confusion.

Sorry about any confusion these missing posts might have caused you.

xoxo

NJ

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 10:24:07
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Eva, as you know that I have try to sent you a post and thanking you for your comments,
but somehow it was not delivered. This is the 5 times and how it will get through
today...... try and try ......never say died.

Regards,
garie

--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Eva" <ebuchala@...> wrote:
>
> You da man!
>
> You always come up with the best experiments and uses for this stuff. It's
> just great! Thanks for taking the time to share them with everyone. Got this
> one bookmarked for sure.
>
> I was think the same Tea Rose was-ought to try that cake trick with bread
> color.
> :0)
>
> Eva

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 10:32:49
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Norma, I finally able to deliver my posting to Eva and now its your turn. Thanks, I
appreciates your comments you should try it.
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "nndewbre" wrote:
>
> Oh Man! I didn't read it all but I can see a few days being spent out there
> on that site. Thanks Garie. Looks like some fun stuff out there. To bad I
> don't have time to play today. I thought when I got retired I would have
> some time. Geezzz.....
>
> Norma Dewbre
>
> http://www.palmettopainters.com

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 10:39:23
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Debbie, I have finally able to reflect my post on the forum. Thanks I will always treasure
and appreciates any comment. This is my second posting.
Regards,
Garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, Debbie <spksgntly2@...> wrote:
>
> How cool is that!! Possibilities are endless.
> Debbie

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Garie ...was Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Mi...
Date:
07 May 2006 AM 08:48:56
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Hi, I have sent out the reply, but it does not shows in the forum due to problem with
Yahoo. Thanks for the question about any other tuts, I am in the process of creating them.
It will be certainly better than painting or mixing with acrylic paints.
Here's one example of what you can do using the Polyacrylic Paints,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/green_medium.htm

Regards,
Garie

--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, Goofygrannyof3@... wrote:
>

> Garie,
> Do you have any other tuts that you share?.........

From: riverstyx
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
07 May 2006 PM 08:55:01
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Great ideas!  Thanks for sharing.

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
07 May 2006 PM 10:40:44
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

Hi, Thanks, Sharing is queen that makes knowledge the king, together it will be good for
claying.
Regards,
garie
--- In CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com, "Dave and Elayne Siegfried" wrote:
>
> Great ideas!  Thanks for sharing.

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: [CITY-o-Clay] Ever use liquid Sculpey for your cakes?
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 10:49:16
To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: CITY-o-Clay@yahoogroups.com

To everyone and especially to Michelle Raffaele,
Here her emails and the picture of her TLS cake, Sculpey Clay Softener and oil paints,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/tsl_cake.htm
A new beginning to miniature cake making, more new ideas and fun.

Regards,
Garie



 

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