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Polymer Clay Play Term 1  

No experience is necessary to enjoy these classes. Be warned, however, polymer clay is an addictive past time. It is so versatile, malleable, colorful, and enticing that one keeps finding new things to do with it. Join the instructor on the edge of the rabbit hole, and take the plunge together.

In this series, participants will be mixing the various colors of clay to produce veneers that are then used to cover an object made of metal, glass, wood, or anything that won't melt in an oven at 275 degrees.

Participants could choose to make a small figure like a dragon, cat, or some other small item that could be used as a pendant or pin. Or, beads, cabochons, flowers, etc, could be made.

These classes will be on the third Saturday of each month, and each one will deal with only one of the subjects mentioned above.

Note: There is a $10 supply fee payable to instructor (cash or check) on first day of class. Participants bringing their own supplies, need to contact the instructor at least 1 week before class and the supply fee will be waived.

Summer Projects
January- Beads and More Beads
February - String Your Beads into A Piece of Jewelry
March - Decorating Plastic Eggs
April - Playing With Strings Of Colors
May - Create a Small Suncatcher
June - Decorate a Small Glass Jar and Lid

 

Polymer Clay Play Term 1  

- Playing With "Strings" of Colors

  
Instructor:  Connie Ferreira
Course #: PLY105
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
This class meets 1 time on: Sa, 4/17/2021

Members: $22; Non-Members: $27

Location: Room 5
Seats Available: 10

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Polymer Clay Play Term 1  

Create a Small Suncatcher

  
Instructor:  Connie Ferreira
Course #: PLY105
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
This class meets 1 time on: Sa, 5/15/2021

Members: $22; Non-Members: $27

Location: Room 5
Seats Available: 11

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Polymer Clay Play Term 1  

- Decorate a Small Glass Jar and Lid

  
Instructor:  Connie Ferreira
Course #: PLY105
Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
This class meets 1 time on: Sa, 6/19/2021

Members: $22; Non-Members: $27

Location: Room 5
Seats Available: 10

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