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Fully condition your 1/2 block Premo! clay. Roll your clay on the 2nd largest setting of your pasta machine. Use the following cutters and cut out the corresponding shapes 2, 1/4″ rounds for feet 2, 1/2″ teardrops for ears 1, 3/4″ round for face 1, 1.25″ round for body Stack the pieces as shown in the bottom left corner & as described below. Place the 1.25″ round down first. Place both teardrops going slightly over the sides with “points” toward the center. Place the 3/4″ round so its top…

Polymer Clay Elephant Ornament Tutorial This cute little elephant ornament is perfect for the holidays, gift giving, or for the elephant lover. Polymer Clay in granite or silver – block Various sized cutters: round teardrop

Hmmm very simple slab project... what if we tried coil instead?     Clay slab cutout names are always a hit with my middle school kids.  They design their name first and we use it as a pattern to cut the clay with a probe. With a limited budget, this uses little clay.  Their second task is to design the word for glazing. We attach wire, etc. for hanging.

Clay slab cutout names are always a hit with my middle school kids. They design their name first and we use it as a pattern to cut the clay with a probe. With a limited budget, this uses little clay.

Grote monden monsters, Leuk klei-idee

Students began with a ball of clay which they stuck their thumbs into to form pinch pots. They then took their pot, turned it on its side, scored and slipped features onto the pot to create creatures. This was a great creative outlet for the kids.

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John Beasley is the artist. He creates incredible ceramic tiles for Medicine Bluff Studio that you should check out! Here's the link: created a number of tile ceramics projects with my students - I'd like to use Mr.