What’s it all about?
Ever wondered how those cute miniature fridge magnets are made? How about those cute Macaron shaped earrings on Etsy that always cost more than your average Sunday brunch? Alas, the era of paying too much for miniature charms is long gone – now you can make your own within the confines of your own home.
Polymer clay is a medium that is easy to work with, fun to mould and suitable for all ages. Once you have mastered the basics, imagination will be your only limit.
What will we cover?
PART I: The following questions will be answered
- What is Polymer Clay?
- What can I do with Polymer Clay?
- Where can I get Polymer Clay?
- How do I ‘revive’ old, hard polymer clay
PART II: Miniature food workshop
- Teacher’s demonstration
- Make your own mini food product!
Who will be teaching?
By day Eddy is an IT consultant working with Excel sheets, Power point slides, e-mail, e-mails and more e-mails. By night Eddy turns into a full time claying machine. Her favourite past time involves craft knives, polymer clay, an oven, and pop music.
Eddy also likes experimenting with water colour, oil painting and digital forms of art. Her dream is to one day make enough of a living off Etsy online shop to quit her day job and be ridiculously Artsy-Fartsy full time. To help her realise this dream, like or follow her on: Etsy shop or Deviant Art Gallery.