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A Polymer Clay Sampler with Lynne Bergschultz

Saturday, February 24, 2018

9 am - 3:30 pm (½ hour lunch break included)

Price: $80 per person (kit included)


Whether your specific interest is in beads, buttons, jewelry or simply exploring the possibilities of polymer clay for the first time; this class has something to offer. Those little blocks of color adapt easily to a wide variety of projects. Students will learn to build simple canes, create mokume gane patterns and work with texture stamps and metallic powders. There will be opportunities to produce everything from big beads to an amulet box necklace and perhaps cover a box or vessel. Individual expression is always encouraged. If anyone has a project possibly in need of polymer accessories, please bring those projects with you! Be prepared for a full day of creative discovery and fun!

What does the kit fee include?

  • All polymer clay including a “starter pack”
  • Jewelry cords, findings, etc.
  • Metallic powders, adhesives
  • Containers to cover
  • Hand-outs
 

About Lynne Bergschultz

Lynne is a former art educator who worked as a designer and illustrator.  She discovered polymer clay about 15 years ago and has been working with it ever since.  Known for her one-of-a-kind sets of buttons, she also makes jewelry, shawl pins and drop spindles.  Always looking to create projects in need of special buttons, Lynne also spins, knits and felts wool. She particularly enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for these little blocks of color with others.