Celebrations With Polymer Clay: 25 Seasonal Projects

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Krause Publications, Jan 13, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Polymer Clay Projects for Year 'Round Holidays and Special Events Mark your calendar! A whole year's worth of holidays, festivities, and special occasions can be celebrated with polymer clay. Party favors, centerpieces, wreaths, displays, decorations for weddings, birthdays, showers, and seasonal holidays can all be made (or made more special) using polymer clay. Projects include: Christmas Ornaments Wedding Flowers Valentine's Day Hearts Hanukah Menorah Easter Eggs Butterflies Mardi Gras and Halloween Masks Autumn Leaves
 

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Lots of projects all year around in unique "gypsy" style. Lots of talk about colour. Some really nice basic canes. Read full review

Contents

Time
7
Tools and Supplies
12
Polymer Basics
18
Creating Canes
26
Sculpting Making Molds Transfers Craphic Applications
46
Projects For Spring
53
Projects For Summer
79
Projects For Autumn
99
Projects For Winter
117
Bibliography
141
Sources
143
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Sarajane Helm began as a doll maker and is trained professionally as a theatrical costume designer. She creates graphics, fabrics, rubber stamps, children's book illustrations, and a full line of paper dolls. Her work has been featured in books and also in the National Polymer Clay Guild's first calendar. She also teaches occasionally and writes articles for such magazines as Jewelry Crafts, Bead and Button, Lapidary Journal, Belle Armoire, Somerset Studio, and Rubber Stamper. She is the author of Create A Polymer Clay Impression and currently is working on additional articles, books, and a video project. She resides in Longmont, Colorado.

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