with Laurel Swetnam
Saturday , May 16, 2015, 9:30am – 4:00pm
Springs invites us to experiment with luscious colors that echo the bounty of the season. In this class, students will create BIG, 3 dimensional polymer clay flowers (1-2″) by making a few basic cane designs for the petals and centers, then shaping the flowers over forms. Imagine all the uses of these dramatic blossoms! Laurel will bring ideas and samples, ranging from a stunning choker or necklace, decoration for a hat band, a topknot for a whimsical box, rain chains, a fancy addition for wrapping a special gift. etc., etc. This class is appropriate for students with a little experience with polymer clay, a willingness to learn more and lots of imagination. A materials list will be sent to students, or you can buy clay at VIA. All others supplies are included.
Registration is closed for this event.