Mr. Potato Head went wild when we created American Beavers.
I'm always there to help.
The best part of making these Jack O' Lanterns - they light up!
This is the first of two wands created. A dragon wrapped around the other wand.
While the trade beads cured, everyone took shells outside to rub holes in them, which allows the shells to hang on necklaces.
These student micro-sculpted flowers are ready to cure.
The girls contentrate while they work on coil pots.
Coil and pinch pots are a great use for scrap clay. They applied earth pigment paints on the pinch pots.
One student is carefully adding a letter on a bead for a personalized bracelet.
Look at what you can do with my tutorials!
Make your own fairy furniture using real mushrooms, Emetic Russela (table) and Frost's Bolete (stools), as inspiration.
You will have hours of relaxing fun and learn a bit about sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks when you make your own sand garden tools in a tin.
While the claws and turquoise beads cure, I share information on black bears.
Learn how to make several trade bead replicas with the Trade Beads Tutorial or class.
We made replicas of bird eggs and little nest baskets to hold them.
These polymer clay toys are so much fun to make and enjoy in the water! The frog evens pees just like a real one.