Post # 1
Just wanted to see if there was anyone else (besides Miss Poodle) making your bridal flowers out of DecoClay. I have about half of mine done and am starting to put stems on them. If you are working on some too come chat about how you are doing!
I am atempting to make something like this….. ( Source )
Well it won’t let me post a pic of what I have so far.
Post # 3
Nobody????? I would have thought somebody else was doing them! It takes a bit of practice, but it so fun to do. My first mockup…
Post # 4
I’m late to the party, but I did! : )
Got married in nov 2009…made my bouquet, 3 for the bridal party, and 4 bouts. : )
pics can be found here…
But for those who don’t want to go elsewhere, here’s a few. : )
Post # 5
Wow, those are awesome! I don’t have the patience to do something like that. And I’ve never heard of deco clay…is it easy to work with?
Post # 6
Decoclay is an airdry clay, no baking needed. It is easy to work with…but you need to know the techniques to make them look a certain way…just as it works with everything else. There are how to books available on their website, and perhaps elsewhere. (I got mine from B&N but they no longer carry them.)
I’m actually making these for a few weddings because some brides like the idea of keeping their bouquet, which isn’t possible for real flowers.