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6/4/19

June Meeting Notes & Supply List


The June meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, June 15th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi.  Debbie and Joyce will be leading a day of FAUX LABORDORITE. This is an awesome stone that you can do a lot with and you can use the techniques from this demo for so much more. We are sending this supply list as early as possible because some of these items may have to be ordered.  For this technique to be successful you will need the exact colors and supplies listed. 



Supplies you will need:

1 bar each of the following Premo brand clay:



Bright Green Pearl

Peacock Pearl

Magenta Pearl

Ultramarine

Navy

Turquoise

Cad Yellow

Slate

Black



Several Bars of the following Premo:



Gold

Translucent



You will also need the following tools in addition to your normal stash of work equipment:



Acrylic Roller

Copy Paper- a sheet or two

Something you can pierce the clay with that is very, very thin ( you’re trying to make mineral look alike)

Dull blade, such as your floor blade to be able to push your clay into a small block

Sharp tissue blade

Something to put your slices of clay on (transparency sheet with cardstock in it or tile)

NOTE:  June is membership renewal month.  Membership is $20 a year and our fiscal year from June to May of each year.  Membership forms will be available at the meeting.






5/1/19

May CMSPCG Meeting Notes & Supply List


The May meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, May 18th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi.  Debbie will be leading this meeting and focus will be a Faux Ceramic technique.  Polymer clay is the great imitator and this will be one more great technique to add to your skillset. 



CLAY SUPPLIES:



2 - 3 Blocks white clay

1 block each of several different colors of clay



ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES



Normal clay supplies including tissue blade and pasta machine

An Exacto type craft knife with sharp blade

Work surface (smooth 12 inch ceramic tiles work well)

Clear Translucent Liquid Clay

Soft Pastel Chalk Sticks

Alcohol Inks

Deep Stamps

Shape Cutters

Heat Gun

4X4 Ceramic Tile

Small bottle Alcohol