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Other questions I received this week concerned the sculpting medium we use for our projects. There are many on the market. We use Abracadabr...

Other questions I received this week concerned the sculpting medium we use for our projects. There are many on the market. We use Abracadabra Sculpt. It is a two part epoxy putty (much the same consistency as plasticene I used as a kid). www.abracadabrasigns.com/smooth_and_sculpt/home It is mixed in equal quantities and then sculpted. Once it cures it is rock hard and durable! The sculpt is sold in kits in various sizes from two pounds to a hundred pounds (two five gallon buckets). The more…

Russian Artist Uses Ancient Technique To Turn Walls Into Art, And The Result Is Gorgeous | Bored Panda

Bas-Relief is a technique as old as humankind's very first artistic endeavors, a way of sculpting figures that are slightly raised from a flat surface. Bas-Relief sculptures could be found on the walls of all kinds of buildings and temples from ancient Egypt, Rome and Greece, and now it's making a comeback.

In the botanical bas-reliefs, there is something magical and eye-catching, something that has a pleasant hint of sun and warmth. Impression of natural herbs in plaster. Such pictures with herbs fill the house up with summer light, elegance, refinement, and natural beauty.

How to Make Plaster of Paris: 9 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

Plaster of Paris recipes to help you make easy homemade arts and crafts Looking for your next fun DIY crafting project? Plaster of Paris is an easy craft material you can make at home. All you need is water and plaster of Paris powder—or,...

Plaster Casting Leaves for Great Wall Art!  My sister made these out of cement and painted them for outdoor wall art!  Beautiful!

Using large leaves from my Elephant Ear plant, I casted them in plaster for a great display piece.

Dip each large leaf fully into the wet plaster. Gently shake off excess and clip the leaves onto a hanger with the points facing down. Pull the sides slightly together to create a bit of a fold in the leaf and allow leaves to dry. Prevent remaining wet plaster from drying out by covering with plastic wrap.

The crafting experts at HGTV.com share step-by-step instructions for coating silk leaves in plaster to create an oversized tray that resembles porcelain.