Making Clay Runes: The Finale

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You can read the exciting lead-up to this post in: Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 1 Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 2 Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 3 Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 4 Here are the finished Runes in daylight: And in […]

Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 4

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You can read the exciting lead-up to this post in: Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 1 Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 2 Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 3 The runes have cured, and been painted: The unfinished clay is smooth enough to handle. However, since these […]

Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 3

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This past week didn’t go quite as planned, so the painting step, scheduled for Wednesday night, was pushed off to tonight. However, spending Samhain Night painting runes was wonderfully magical! I used Reeves Acrylic paints. Prang recommends an acrylic watercolor for painting Das clay. I like the Reeves colors because they are easy to work with, […]

Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 2

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The first part of this creative adventure, in which I play with clay and manage not to destroy my kitchen, can be read here. I’ve managed to leave the runes alone for 24 hours to dry. I turned them over after 16 hours, as the fronts were dry to the touch, but the backs were […]

Oracular Arts and Crafts: Making Clay Runes, Part 1

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Who doesn’t love a good crafts project? I’m no longer much for things requiring pipe cleaners and a half-pint milk carton, but I do enjoy playing while ostensibly making a thing of beauty and/or utility. I have two sets of Elder Futhark runes (a gorgeous amethyst set from Wren, the talented maker at Wren’s Runes – […]

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