Since the clay is baked on a smooth surface, it will adhere to just about any smooth surface. You and your kids (with parental supervision) can create your own flower petals and parts for an infinite combination of designs.
Just peal off and stick on any smooth surface. Application ideas: windows (Do not place in windows/surface that will receive direct sunlight/heat or inside car windows as this heats up the polymer and it looses its ability to stick. Your project will end up on the floor.) Refrigerators, mirrors, eye glass lenses (use smaller designs).... the sky is the limit!
To store finished petals and parts I just stick them on the outside of a glossy plastic binder sleeve. That way I can file them into a binder for easy cataloging. You can see everything you have. Use both front and back of the the plastic sleeves to save space.
Yellow petals were made with a base of liquid polymer (L.P.) and a trace of yellow oil paint. The center made with the same base that has a trace of white oil paint added.
Blue petals were made with a L.P. base with a bit more blue oil paint. Center has L.P. and a scant trace of light blue oil paint.
Green leaves were made with L.P. base with a trace of bright great oil paint. The center color was
Branch was made with a base of L.P. with a trace of brown. The accent colors are various shades of brown and tan. The example shown also has traces of liquid gold leaf that has been mixed with L.P. This is not recommended due to toxic fumes and chance of fire from the liquid gold leaf while baking.
To make petals:
To make leaves:
To make branches: