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It Was A Successful Teaching Experience

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On Friday, October 1, I taught the very first polymer clay class at Ink About It in Westford. The topic was Liquid Polymer Clay Bookmarks and Art Tags. It was a wonderful experience.

There were five students in class. Some had worked with polymer clay, others had not, and using liquid polymer clay was a brand new experience to almost everyone. The ladies rocked.

Class started with making art tags using Kato Clear Medium. Some students made art tags and others made bookmarks using this technique. This was followed by learning how to make polymer clay “paper” with translucent liquid sculpey (TLS). The polymer clay paper was then applied to card stock for creation of more unique bookmarks.

Thanks to Lori and Linda at Ink About It for this opportunity to teach at their lovely store. And thanks to Raine, Sandy, Irene, Carol, and Wendy for making class enjoyable.

 

Creative ladies in class

 

 

Raine and Sandy

 

 

Irene and Carol

 

 

Liquid Polymer Clay Bookmarks made in class

 

 

Bookmarks and Art Tags

 

 

More Bookmarks and Art Tags

 

My next class at Ink About It is Thursday, November 4, 10am to 2pm. In this class we’ll make a Santa Claus ornament with polymer clay. More details to come. Here is a sample of what we’ll make in class. Isn’t he a cutie?

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4 thoughts on “It Was A Successful Teaching Experience

  1. YAY! So glad the class was a success (how could it not have been?) and love, love LOVE the projects.

  2. Congratulations on teaching your very first class, Amy! I’m so glad it was such a success! woo-hoo!

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