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STATUE OF LIBERTY

2014 Makins LibertyHere’s my Makin’s Clay® Statue of Liberty sculpture. I started by making an armature and then a face mold from an old doll.  I learned this skill from Lisa Renner at the Polymer Clay Adventure, the first ever polymer clay virtual retreat.  Then I covered the armature with Makin’s Clay® that I liquified: (the instructions for this are at Makinsclayblog.blogspot.com). It is amazing the different applications you can do with Makin’s Clay®, a truly versatile air dry polymer clay.

4 Responses

  1. So cute for your collection!!!

  2. I LOVE the way she came out! I signed up for the polymer clay adventure as well. So far I watched them all but I only made Syndee’s bracelet. What other classes have you done?

  3. These are wonderful!! So full of whimsy! Do you make molds or are they all free-hand?

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