Polymer Clay Minifood: Sushi!

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What’s it all about?

Have you seen those cute fridge magnets that look like food? Ever wondered how they are made? Polymer clay! This awesome art material is easy to craft with for any age and can be used to make magnets, earrings, trinkets… you name it.

We are going to learn the basics of working with polymer clay to create miniature sushi that will look good enough to eat!

What we will cover?

In this class you will learn how to work with polymer clay, including how to:

  • condition
  • marble
  • shape
  • cure

We’ll then learn how to place your mini masterpiece onto a necklace pendant!

Who will be teaching?

The Indignant Bunny is the creation of part-time artist and full-time rabbit enthusiast, Kathryn Spring. Working exclusively from her studio in the picturesque Williamstown, The Indignant Bunny is all about breathing life into clay through sculpture and jewellery. Being surrounded by the sights and sounds of this gorgeous coastal town, all of Kathryn’s pieces reflect a shard of inspiration, whether it be vivid colours, mythical whimsy or the earthy, organic shapes of stones and rocks.

After finding success with her range of FIMO jewellery, Kathryn has now added teaching to her range of artistic talents. Offering a variety of workshops and private tuition, she shares her knowledge of polymer clay jewellery creation with those who are feeling the need to scratch their creative itch.