Saturday, August 18th meeting for the Central MS Polymer Clay Guild will meet at the Pearl Library and it will be Christmas time! That's right, we winged right past July and decided we'd get a jump on an item you could use for those folks you might want a little something to, but may not want to spend a fortune on. These can be made as simple as the pictures you see or you can make an ombre blend...the idea is to think about how you might like to have these look and bring in your supplies and we'll make sure you go home with one finished succulent planter. This planter cost $10 at Hobby Lobby. Do a search on google for some ideas. I'm thinking an imprinted side might be lovely.
Clay in whatever colors you wish to work in. Enough for 3 triangles that are about 3 1/2 by 4 by 4 inches. Of course you can make yours any way and size you like.
Green to color it
Pink Pigment (mica powder or paint or pan pastel)
Cutter for shape and size to fit twine for hanging planter.
Extruder with tip for edging
Liquid Polymer clay or Bake and Bond for joining baked and unbaked clay
Glaze if you would like it to look shiny
Extras: Anything you might like to decorate your planter with: crystals, transfers, canes, silk screens, stencils, rubber stamps, texture plates... you decide!