If you have anything you want to sell, please make sure that you follow these guidelines to make it easier for our representative to sell them on your behalf. We are not taking a cut or charging you to sell your items so take this oppurtunity to show what a diverse and active group we are.
- each piece should be securely labelled with a tie-on label.
- the label should have your initials and a number code on one side, and the price on the other. For example, Enid's piece will be labelled EW1, her second EW2 etc.
- complete the form on the day (Item code, decription and price) with the necessary information.
- Securely and safely wrap your pieces, put them in a box, and lightly seal it. Put your name on the outside.
Our first demo for the day will be a first from member Karen. She will show us how to make these garden stakes which you can use to decorate your garden.
- Polymer clay cane (flower petal, bulls eye or color blend)
- 1.5cm dia and approx 15cm long
- Polymer clay snake(s) any color you like 1.5cm dia and about 15cm long total
- Polymer clay for making flower backing and centres, any colour you would like to use with your flowers (or you could use 1cm and 2cm dia cane slices if you wish)
- Texture mat/tools
- Baking paper eg parchment or greaseproof
- Burnisher (old plastic store card?)
- Liquid polymer clay
- Twisted wire or thin bamboo skewer
- Cutting blade, pasta machine, tile or work surface
Resin can be quite useful for polymer clay artists since you can mix them together and if you don't have resin, Nadia will even demonstrate how you can use liquid polymer clay as a substitute.
If you have any questions or simply want to be guided in using resin on the day, please bring your own:
- UV resin (this can be cured in minutes and easier to show on ClayDay)
- Any piece you want to emboss in clear resin
- Disposable gloves
- Mixing containers
- alcohol inks or oil paint
- cocktail stick
- any molds that you want to create a cast from
See you very soon!