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Weekly Polymer Clay Club


Polymer Clay Sweet Treat Charms: Let's Make Some Donuts

In this one hour, one-time course, learners will explore the properties of polymer clay by creating chocolate charms and donuts.
Cristi M
93 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 3 learners
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year old learners
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Meets once
60 minute class
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Learners will explore the properties of polymer clay by creating two charms using various techniques to create texture and create colors.
I have been creating polymer clay jewelry and miniatures for over a decade.  My approach is to show learners the basics and then let them add their own unique spin to it to create their own design.  I find that students have great success through exploring the properties of a medium and then making creative choices in how to apply those properties artistically.  I have taught art in a variety of settings to a wide range of ages for nearly 20 years with sculpture as a particular area of focus.  
There is no specific homework, but learners will need to bake their finished charms according to the directions for their specific brand of polymer clay.
-Polymer clay (a variety of colors, including brown shades for chocolate) -Various tools to add texture to the clay (these can be found around the house.) - Headpins to create charms -Sculpy glaze -Liquid polymer clay (white or translucent) -Chalk pastel Optional: -Nail art beads (various colors, can be used as sprinkles on the donut charms) These materials can be found in craft stores or online at Amazon.com
Student progress will be assessed through their classroom discussions and finished charms.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
After class, learners will need to use a stove to bake their finished charms in order to complete them.  Parents may wish to be available to assist with that.


Cristi M
Lives in the United States
Artist, teacher, helping others to share their creativity with the world
93 total reviews
129 completed classes

About Me

I am a current art teacher and I am interested in how technology and art can be combined to create new artwork.  I teach classes using traditional media like paint and colored pencil, but I've also taught young learners how to use clay, cameras,... 
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