Clay Characters for Kids

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North Light Books, Jan 6, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 79 pages
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Create a world of fun and enchantment with polymer clay!

You can transform a batch of colorful polymer clay into a fantasy world right out of your imagination. You'll find basic techniques for sculpting 10 easy shapes that can be used to create dozens of different creatures, plus details for faces, eyes, noses, ears, mouths, hands, paws and feet.

You'll learn how to shape 30 detailed and colorful fantasy characters in all, including:

  • Dragons and sea serpents
  • Goblins and fairies
  • Pigs and rabbits
  • Birds and horses
  • Ghosts, snakes, teddy bears and more!
Bring your imagination to life today!

 

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Cute characters with very easy instructions. Fun book with kids - enough projects with basic shapes to get kids creative juices flowing. Read full review

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Maureen Carlson is the author of two books, How to Make Clay Characters and Family and Friends in Polymer Clay. She has written for numerous craft magazines and has produced a series of instructional videotapes about polymer clay. Her moulds and figurines are found in craft and gift stores nationwide.

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