NOTE THE DATE: Due to a scheduling conflict at the library, we are meeting the SECOND Saturday instead of the THIRD Saturday this month. I’m sending this notice out earlier than usual both because of the earlier meeting date and the fact that some of these items will need to be ordered online since our local stores don’t carry them.
The March meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, March 14th, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi. This meeting will focus on different uses for liquid polymer clay. Joyce will demo a string pulling technique that mimics an acrylic paint pouring technique and we will be looking at other ways to use the liquid clays in our polymer clay work. If you have discovered something fun to do with liquid polymer clay, come share it with us. Joyce will also show us a fun technique using scrap clay so bring your cane ends, your skinner blend scraps, etc.
1 block of white clay
Sculpey Liquid Clay in White (or Pearl), Red, Blue, Yellow and Clear
Sculpey clay softener
Scrap clay – don’t mix together – bring bits and pieces of different colors, cane ends, skinner blend scraps, etc.
Usual clay supplies including pasta machine, work surface and good cutting blade
A length of thread or thin/fine string, about 8 inches
Bar pin or necklace bail or other component
Lisa Pavelka Magic-Glos
Painters or masking tape
Small over-safe flat bottomed item like a votive cup
Small cups and spatulas for mixing
Small tile to work on
Tile to bake on
NOTE: To get ahead of the game, you may want to bake some pendant or other jewelry shapes out of the white polymer clay. To see sample shapes, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D9FqDliQ6I
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