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4/4/19

April CMSPCG Meeting Notes & Supply List

The April meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, April 20th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi.  Arlene will be leading this meeting and focus will be a technique she calls watercolor mokume gane.  We will be using alcohol inks, gold leaf and translucent clay to create a beautiful surface treatment that is magical! 


CLAY SUPPLIES:

Translucent clay – at least two small bars – either translucent or white translucent

Black – one small bar

White – one small bar

Gold – one small bar

Scrap clay – at least 3 blocks worth

Base color(s) of your choice – at least 2 different colors


ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES

 Normal clay supplies including tissue blade and pasta machine

A new (very sharp) tissue blade with be important to get good results

Work surface (smooth 12 inch ceramic tiles work well)

Roller

Craft knife

Gold leaf 

Alcohol inks – at least 3 colors that go well together

Small cutters (circles, squares, diamonds, etc.

Any other shapes you want to impress your clay with 

3/9/19

March 2019 CMSPCG Meeting Notes & Supply List


The March meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, March 16th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi.  Debbie will be leading this meeting and the focus will be coiling clay.  We will be using a variety of pearl clays to create a one of a kind project. An extruder is a must for this project. 



CLAY SUPPLIES:



4 - 5 spring colors of pearl clay

White pearl clay – several bars if you need to mix your spring colors

Gold metallic clay

Black clay

Liquid pearl polymer clay



OTHER SUPPLIES



Normal clay supplies including tissue blade and pasta machine

Work surface (smooth 12 inch ceramic tiles work well)

Craft knife

Etch 'n Pearl tool

Ball Style tools

Disposable paintbrush

Extruder with the smallest rectangle extruder die

A small ceramic tile - 3X3 or 4X4 - to work and bake on.