369 J&J Frost Framed Art Project
#369 – Jack & Jill Frost Framed Art
Clay Casting Project
Give a unique gift or decorate your own home for Christmas
with this beautiful wall hanging plus a second one to make a pair!

Materials Needed:

1 Rycraft cookie stamp or craft stamp #369 – Jack & Jill Frost
Clay* - we recommend Creative Paperclay® which is non-toxic and air dries to a paintable pure white 
1 clay casting* - #369 – Jack & Jill Frost (see Basic Clay Casting Instructions)
1 2-inch round cookie cutter
Sandpaper or emery board (fine grit)
Acrylic primer (optional)
1 shadow-box-type frame (that is, with enough depth to handle the thickness of the casting), with or without glass
1 piece decorative paper with snowflakes on it, or pale blue paper on which you have painted snowflakes or applied cut-outs or stickers
Acrylic paints: white, red, black, pale blue (you can also use this blue to paint the background paper if you wish)
Tacky glue or hot glue

*Note:  Alternately, the casting for this project may be made from paper instead of clay (see Basic Paper Casting Instructions). 

1.  While clay is still wet, cut out casting with cookie cutter. Let dry.
2.  Smooth rough places with a very light sandpaper if needed.
3.  Optional: Apply a coat of primer and let dry.
4.  Apply pale blue paint to background of casting and let dry. 
5.  Apply white paint to Jack & Jill and let dry. Apply red and black separately, letting paint dry between coats to prevent running.
6.  Cut decorative paper to fit inside frame. Optional: Paint with pale blue paint if needed, apply or paint snowflakes as needed.
7.  Glue casting to center of paper.
8.  Put in frame.

Note:  The photo of this project was taken from a much larger photo and we cannot give you a better close-up, so below is a larger image of the cookie stamp showing the details of their costumes.

Project designed and created by Maggie Montgomery.
Photograph by David Montgomery.

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