Polymer Clay Faux Cloisonne Beads & Pendants
Saturday 9am - 6 pm with a 2-hr lunch
Tuition: $120 + cost of required kit
Learn a technique on how to make polymer clay look like cloisonne.
You will be surprised at how easy it is and how little time this process takes.
We will use polymer clay, wire, mica powders and a UV resin to achieve this look.
I will teach the step by step process, so we can all create beautiful beads, pendants and/or pins in this fun and very satisfying workshop.
Techniques learned: Polymer Clay, Resin & Wirework
Skill level: All Levels
Cost of required kit: (payable to instructor in class) $20
Use of the following supplies
Supplies to bring:
Deborah Anderson discovered polymer clay in 1992 and fell in love with this versatile medium. She is one of the founding members of the South Bay Polymer Clay guild. Deborah teaches a variety of techniques using polymer clay, writes project articles for magazines and sells her work at galleries and craft fairs.
Deborah Anderson has been teaching polymer clay workshops since 1995. She has taught at past Ravensdales (a polymer clay retreat) in Washington state. She has also taught workshops in Corpus Christi, Texas, St. Mary's, Georgia, Phoenix, AZ, and Portland, OR and California.
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