Hi, life is a bit hectic at the moment, what with house-hunting and my first grandson on the way - yes, that's right, it's a boy (!!!), so I've not posted, or visited, as much as I'd like however, I would like to share a little something I made with friendly plastic a couple of weeks ago, while I was trying it out for the first time:
...and heated until soft. The joins were then pressed together and and I lightly tapped all over with the handle end of the needle tool to get a hammered finish. A rose charm was sunk into the centre whilst the FP was still warm and a little Antique Gold Rub 'n' Buff here & there when cold. I edged the frame in a gold leaf pen but tried to keep it quite simple apart from that.
This stuff is great fun to play with, and it's certainly something I will try again in the future, particularly with the jewellery. If you fancy trying this out, the currently Craft-Room Challenge is Bling, Glitter & Sparkle and one lucky random winner will receive a jewellery kit containing Friendly Plastic, sponsored by Liz Welch of Rare Bird :-).