The San Diego Polymer Clay Guild Gift Exchange was last Saturday. It had been a crazy week after returning from my trip out east. I had a great time! I had not been very productive throughout the week. I wanted to make an angel. I had it in my head, but had not actually sat down to do it. Once I got going on it I had a good time. It seemed to come together as I wanted it too. I want to do more. This is how it turned out. I think the person who received it appreciated it. She is made with Cernit clay and then highlighted with pearlex powders. I used a texture sheet for her Wings. Next time I think I will try more color, maybe some canes. I like how she came out -K
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I am planning on doing a demonstration on making bugs at Sandy Camp which is coming up next week. I have made lots of cute bugs. Since we are celebrating our 13th year with Trick and Treat I was wanting to make some that are more Creepy. So I have made a few Scarabs and beetles. I have not come up with anything too scarry yet. Maybe some of the other campers will make something that will scare everybody…. I will keep trying. They all don’t have their eyes or their antenna. I have to get them completed and baked. I wanted to show you that I have been doing something. I figured that some of the bugs would look good on the Birdhouses which still need decorated! -K
I have been working on actually putting jewelry together with the quilt canes I’ve made. Assembling isn’t my favorite part. I do a good job an’ all, I just like doing the clay part better.
I did sell quite a few at the quilt guild meeting. This is good, it supports my creating addiction.
I think I need a larger variety of colors. I really only have this style and the multicolored one. I like having a choice when shopping, I’m sure I’m not the only one! – T
Have any of you gotten addicted to the Makin’s Extruder? Every time I play with it I discover new and exciting things that it can do. I love making canes. Kaleidoscope canes never ceases to amaze me. I have found that if you make Skinner blends and roll them up and put them in the extruder you can come up with different effects depending on the disc you use in the end. By combining several different extrusions you can make some fabulous canes. I am teaching some of these wonderful techniques coming up in one of our Round Robin classes. If you would like to check it out see the San Diego Polymer Clay Guild website www.sdpcg.org for more information. Tina is also teaching her “Non-lethal Steampunk Jewelry” class the same day. It all happens July 16th. Check it out! -K
I have been working on lots of things. Easter is just around the corner and I came up with this pattern for a spring colored cross. You can add your own bail or chain.
It is fun getting out of the darker colors and into some bright and cheery ones for a change!
I should be out working on my yard. But I guess I will leave that to the bunny who has been making it home all winter…. -K
Speaking again of Zentagle canes.
I have been using my cane section to make several pendants.
Sorry my photography is not the best. I think I might have to get my eye checked.
It is a bit of luck to get a good shot recently…
There are lots of swirls going on. I need to figure out how I really want to string them.
I am thinking of maybe using some wire especially on the first one. It is always an adventure. -K