Plaster Posy

Aug 19, 2013

Plaster Posy Raw

Before falling asleep one evening, I was thinking about things to create with plaster and thought a flower would be fun. So the next morning, I grabbed some wire and started bending and twisting it into shape creating the base for a neat plaster posy. Once I had everything the way I liked it I applied plaster and got really messy. I love the rawness of plaster and find it so inspiring.

Plaster Posy Finished

After the plaster was completely dry I used bees wax to seal images onto the posy. Then to accent the edges of each petal and the leaf I painted metallic gold paint all along the edges. I love how this little unassuming pop of gold looks. Painting the edges of any project really does help finish off your piece.

Plaster Posy Close Up

To complete the plaster posy I decided it needed a little sparkle so I applied Diamond Stickles and crystal rhinestones to the center of the posy. This really gave it that polished finish I wanted and it will soon be hanging in Terri’s apartment. When I shared a photo with her she claimed it instantly which made my heart happy.

Plaster Posy Wall Hanging

Tip: I used Diamond Stickles as the adhesive for attaching each crystal rhinestone. I applied Diamond Stickles to the center of the posy, then while still wet, using tweezers I placed the rhinestones onto the center of the posy. Once dry each rhinestone was attached to the posy center beautifully. 


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