Exploring the possibilities with polymer clay!

Want to get back to nature in October?  Then come to the October meeting! Guild members Patty Pickup and Sherman Oberson attended the Pittsburgh Polymer Clay Guild Retreat where Jeanette Kandray  showed how to build a cane and turn it into a snake.  


Example from the Pittsburgh Guild’s Blog

Sherman will demonstrate his version Jeanette’s  cane at the October 16 meeting and will show how to use it to make leaves, dimensional flowers and snakes.   If you were wondering what you could make as a contribution to Into The Forest, come to the meeting where you’re sure to be inspired.


The October meeting site is Blue Santa Beads, 1165 West Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063

348sBlue Santa owner Sara Caldwell kindly  volunteered  her wonderful shop for our next two meetings. There is a great work room to meet in and Sarah will be offering our members a discount on her products.  Blue Santa is stocked with  a wide range of beads,  polymer supplies and much more. The shop has a parking lot parking and is easy to get to by car or public transit.  Get directions here.

Please note that we have gone back to membership instead of a pay per meeting system. For the low price of $40 a year, you’ll get all the benefits of membership.For more information, click  here.

Comments on: "Flowers, Leaves and Snakes in October" (2)

  1. Joan Brooks said:

    What supplies should we bring with us?

  2. A basic tool set includes a work surface, clay blade, acrylic roller and/or pasta machine, a needle tool and an assortment of clay.

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