Stamp-a-faire 2013: Rolled Dough Designs

By August 24, 2013Stamp-a-faire


One of the coolest things about paper is that you can do nearly anything with it.  Paperclay is one of the many products on the market that proves that point.  Take your paper crafting possibilities to an all time high with this material that makes 3D paper art easy.

Your challenge is to use Paperclay in a creative way either in a project on it's own or incorporated into a card.  Just wait until you see all of the incredible options there with the ideas the design team is sharing with you today!!!


CLICK HERE to read more from Ashley Cannon Newell.

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CLICK HERE to read more from Danielle Flanders.


CLICK HERE to read more from Erin Lincoln.


CLICK HERE to read more from Heather Nichols.

CLICK HERE to read more from Jessica Witty.


CLICK HERE to read more from Melissa Phillips.


–Your challenge is to create some type of project using Paperclay.  You can choose to re-create an exact project from one of the team members or design something of your very own. Your project must also incorporate at least one Papertrey product.

–Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).

-Add your project to the InLinkz list below.

–You will have until noon EST, Monday, August 26th, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win. And you can enter as many times as you like.

–One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday,  August 26th, after noon EST. The winner will be posted on our Monday night Stamp-a-faire winners page at 10pm EST.  The randomly selected winner will get a $25 PTI gift certificate to spend however they like!

Good luck to everyone and we look forward to seeing your projects!

Nichole Heady

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Join the discussion 10 Comments

  • 1
    Pippa67 says:

    Oh this looks like so much fun. I just have to go to a birthday but hope to do some more cardmaking tonight or tomorrow.

  • 2
    Anna says:

    Wow! This all looks like fun! My creative juices are on overdrive!

  • 3
    StephH says:

    I can’t wait to start die cutting and stamping on my wet PaperClay. (I wish we knew to roll pieces out a day before so they’d be dry and ready to work with…

  • 4
    Kris says:

    This has been my favorite so far today…fabulous!

  • 5
    Bonnie T. says:

    Can I just say: WOW!! I’m so amazed at the versatility of the paperclay. I’d actually never even heard of it before the techniques for Stamp-A-Faire were announced this year. Thank you ladies SO, SO MUCH for showcasing such a variety of different options for using this material! You gals impress me so much!

  • 6
    Lee Anne says:

    This is way out of my comfort zone but looks like a lot of fun!

  • 7
    Lisa Harris says:

    I just finished watching all of the molding clay tutorial videos and I have to give the DT a standing ‘O’! Wow!!!
    I never would have imagined the design possibilities available using air-dried molding clay. What a surprise!
    When I received my Delight clay in my SAF kit I eyed it with skepticism (and fear also, if I’m completely honest). Clay and I just have trouble playing nicely together. Molding and sculpting are skills beyond my ability and my projects always turn out clumsy and childlike. Then there is the mess…*groan*. All too often if I use something like Fimo the bulk of it will end up on the floor, in my hair, on the cat, etc, etc…lol.
    This awesome, foam-like dough is unique, looks simple (ok, simpler) to handle and there are SO many ways to use it. And my goodness, the textures you can acheive! Everything from completely flat to puffy and adorably touchable. ‘Delight’ is the perfect name for it.

  • 8
    Bonnie Krohn says:

    This is fun and I have so ideas. The buttons are just to cool!

  • 9
    Tammy W. says:

    It’s always fun to add a new media to a card as an embellishment. Can’t wait to try the paperclay!

  • 10
    Kristen V says:

    Love, love, love the buttons!

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