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Splash 10 Passionate Brushstrokes. Altered Curiosities: Assemblage Techniques and Projects. Reports: Programs: April reviewed our upcoming meetings, and we planned several more as follows:. Posted by Shirley C. This month Angela Mabray will be showing us how to make a carved faux ivory business card case. Angela will show how to use a Speedball lino cutting tool the ones used to carve stamps with polymer clay.
It was decide that, during the time we each introduced ourselves to our guests, that we would briefly describe how we found polymer clay.
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Each story was different and so much fun to hear. Angela showed two things: 1. A faux wood top for a business card case, the carving project for next month and the tool used for carving. Note, if desired, the carving project can be used in anumber of ways. Faux Enamel, the project for November. She showed a rubber stamp example that could be used as the base and starting point for the project. She showed how a reverse stamp can be made from a rubber stamp that can be used to make Faux Enamel or even Faux cloisonne. Nance brought some great beads, beads and more beads.
Lee Ann brought some fabulous Bottles of Hope, necklaces, and canes. Sue show her wonderful Faux Ivory set, neckace, earrings and bracelet. One bead was two sided stretched bead and the other was a single side stretch bead with a flat back and hanger. These two beads were baked and while they were baking she demonstrated making lentils on a light bulb, making lentils on a metal paint pallet and the blow up puff bead.
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An excellent lesson with many facets and techniques. Thanks Jane! Minutes: PJ read the minutes. Angela moved to accept the corrected minutes, Shirley seconded, passed. Penni Jo - discussion on proposed retreat in spring. A Friday all day and Saturday all day might be a good start.
PJ will try to get hold of the church representative for possible dates. State Fair: tomorrow is last day for deliveries. Angela brought us our parking and entry tickets. A note was taken of how many would be coming. We felt like there needed to be at least four people in the demo area at once for a good showing.