Monthly Archives: October 2011

Huh, who knew?

Who knew that you could take little pieces of clay (these are only about 2-1/2 inches high and overlap them and create a shortened version of a Skinner Blend?  Just overlap each piece with it’s neighbors and I added a … Continue reading

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Meet my little friend

As you know, I’m guest blogging on the Sculpey website this month. I just had to share my little friend with you. I hit two trends at once when I designed this for my friend Jen – owls and steampunk. … Continue reading

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Last day of Sandy Camp

Boy, the time goes quickly up here, just like it does at any clay table I guess… Time to pack up and go home.  Last night we had our dinner and our always spirited raffle.   Several artists dressed up for … Continue reading

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YAY for Sandy Camp!

Sammi and I are having a fabulous time here at the San Diego Polymer Clay Guild Retreat, called Sandy Camp (13th annual!), at the Temecula Creek Inn.  The weather has been glorious, once we got past the rains on Weds.  … Continue reading

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