CMSPCG May's Meeting Note

The May meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday May 21, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi. Joyce is going to demo something new to our Guild with Claying on canvas.  She is going to show us how to create a painted, layered scene with PC sculpturing ‘beach’ creature and items on a 5x7 canvas.  Debbie will also demo a layered scene for a small necklace.  

MAY 2016: Clay Scenery and Mini Canvases
Projects: clay scene on canvas, necklace size scene, what goes into creating a dragonfly, sand dollar, starfish and turtle

Items to bring:
1. Clays: always have plenty of white, black, and translucent in your work bag. Additionally bring a selection of colors that appeal to you for this meeting. For the smaller scene please bring a selection of 3 metallic clays you will enjoy putting together. For the dragonfly, turtle, sand dollar, and starfish we recommend a selection of:  pearl, ecru, gold, green, turquoise, ultramarine blue, burnt umber, Pretty much will be making your own colors so have a good selection.

2. Liquid clay and applicator- paint brush or whatever you enjoy using

3. Sculpting tools

4. Teardrop black glass beads- Available

5. Canvas- Provided

6. 28-32 gauge wire and wire cutter

7. Selection of crystals and beads you might use in your sculpted pieces- Glass ones (bakeable)

8. toothpick or needle tool

9. Jewelry tools if you have them

10. Mica powders

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