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Let's Make: Cute Things With Polymer Clay (You Choose)

In this one time course learners will socalize and learn to sculpt an item of their choice by combining smaller simple shapes.
Noodle / Ms. Christi: Graphic Artist and Maker
11 total reviews for this teacher
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50 minute class

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Class Experience

An A.S. degree is digital media technology and extensive experience directing art class, girl scouts, and summer camp art activities!
Learners will need: oven bake polymer clay in an assortment of colors. (Any brand is ok, but I will be using Sculpey brand polymer clay) Polymer clay is usually about $2-$3 for a 2 oz. block, there are assortment packs that can be purchased in a wide variety of colors for roughly $15. optional: clay tools for cutting, slicing, or texturing. if you do not have these tools, things like toothpicks and pencils work well also! clay softener or baby oil: if you clay is very hard or older, these are liquids used to soften it so that you can manipulate it more easily.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners may need help softening their clay, which involves kneading the clay until it is soft. Sometimes this is difficult for small hands. 

Parental guidance will be needed to bake creations after class. Instructions will be included on your package of clay (in general, polymer clay is baked at a low oven temperature around 275 degrees for 15 minutes per 1/4" thickness). It is not 100% necessary to bake creations if you want to use the clay again. Baking will harden the clay and make it permanent! 


Noodle / Ms. Christi: Graphic Artist and Maker
Lives in the United States
Art, Crafts, Gaming, Clubs
11 total reviews
16 completed classes

About Me

Hi, I’m Christi! You can call me by my first name or by my gamer tag: Noodle!

I am a maker at heart... I craft all the crafts, art all the arts, and play games. My classes have a central focus on being a relaxed and accepting space where learners... 
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