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4/17/12

April


The April meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, April 21, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi.  As you know we have our Spring Workshop with Judy Belcher coming up in May. As we have in the past, we'll be using the April meeting to prepare items to go in the goodies bags that each participant will receive. We would love for every guild member to participate in the goodie bags since this is a representation of our guild. If you want to participate but haven't decided what you want to make, I've listed a few items below – courtesy of Joyce – that you might want to make.

Another thing to think about – using this same list – we will need to submit photos along with our application for Holly days in December. Everybody who wants to contribute to the Holly Days booth should bring an item to be photographed. This does not mean that this is the only thing that you can make for Holly Days – we just have to get our application in and approved before we can participate. Joyce will bring her camera and take pictures for the application.

Clay Items Ideas for Goodie Bags and for Selling at Holly Days
Covered pens or pencils
Light switch covers
 Bracelets: cuffs, tiles, beaded
Necklaces
Earrings
 Pins: such as Hearts
 Christmas ornaments, Angels, Snowflakes, Icicles
Barrettes
 Vases
 Votive candle cups
Notepad covers
Books: diary covers, photo book covers, sticky note books, accordion books
Sculpted pieces

Covered items: such as compacts, mirrors, makeup brushes, letter openers, napkin rings, salt& pepper containers, wine bottle cork, tins

Beads, such as donut, puff beads, coils, Natasha beads, Sculpted beads (heart, fish, starfish, turtle, seahorse etc.)

Pendants
Amulets
Clay Mosaics
Coasters
Paperweights
Boxes
Masks
Hat Pins or lapel pins
Bowls
Plates (decorated from underneath)
Buttons
Rings
Photo Holders
Frames
Desk Accessories
Business Card Holder
Garden Stakes
Flowers Pot D├ęcor
Key Chains
Cell Phone jewelry
Candlesticks
Clocks
Bookmarks
Wearable vessels

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