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Clay classes

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Clay classes. Get inspired and try out new things.

I put together a booklet for the staff of the primary school I work in. They were wanting to learn about clay and some ideas of what they...

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Clay Slab Wall Pockets with Pasta Noodle Designs- Wall pockets are perfect for adding splashes of color and bringing nature either inside your home. My after school art class just completed their slab constructed wall pockets and printed designs with pasta.

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Latino crafts for adults and kids, lifestyle, and creative motivation by Kathy, The Crafty Chica.

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Clay Extruder Gun for Under $15 With CNC Milled Dies!: Preface: While at NCECA this spring, I came in contact with tons of clay extruder guns for sale. They seemed like a great tool for my practice; able to generate handles and coils with just a squeeze! The problem I found was that, at best, thes…

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Hello Fellow Bloggers!! Apologies for being so absent lately, it has been a hectic few months!! (and yes there is a reason besides Christmas which will be announced soon). I have been missing in ac…

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This is a perfect slab lesson for artists will a little prior clay experience. How to use simple steps to create a clay animal face of your choice while appl...

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Elephant Ornaments are fun, unique, and make great Christmas season gifts. You can make these just as they are or add your own touches, it's up to you. They are great as ornaments, tags on presents, party favors, or even as pendants for children necklaces! There are so many ways you can use these. The choice is up to you. PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION BELOW.

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When joining two pieces of clay, you’ll have the best chance of them staying joined if you score (rough up the surfaces to be joined) and then slip (paint both scored surfaces with a mixture of clay and water). Clay can sometimes have a mind of its own so this step is a small price to pay to get successful results!

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An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.

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