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NO, I did NOT make this…

I posted the Liberty snowman as a Christmas wish from our home…I did NOT make it.  Sorry if some of you were confused.


Merry Christmas from Liberty House !StatueLiberty


I made this little pendant for a friend using Sculpey’s Souffle™ polymer clay. For texture I used one of my favorite Makin’s® texture sheet then mica powders for color, antiqued with an oil based paint and sealed with triple glaze.2015 for Denice


My charge for the December project on the Makin’s Clay® Design Team was to use their Makin’s Brand® Memory Frame Kit.  I got the double turning kit. On one side I have a picture of Liberty with the World Trade Center in the background. On the  panel next to that picture I made some embellishments from Makin’s Clay®. If you turn both panels you will find a larger Statue of Liberty that I molded, again using Makin’s Clay®,  attached to the top of an old mini flag I had tea stained. The kit comes with clay and everything you need to personalize it and make it your own.  Go to:  Makinsclayblog.blogspot.com for complete instructions. Never forget.Frame Combined.jpg


This polymer clay pendant was made with Souffle™ polymer clay.  The front and back were textured with Makin’s Clay® texture sheets. The picture was covered with Sepia Accents™ by Ranger. I made this pendant for my friend Wheeze…when I saw this picture she posted on Facebook of her Dad, I decided to make this keepsake for her. Hope you like it Wheeze!2015 Wheezies Father


I made three polymer clay pendants for three wonderful woman who recently had to lay their husband and Father to rest. Jim served his country in Vietnam where he was exposed to Agent Orange…years later that exposure took his life.  Jim was a man of the people.  He was very active in Texas politics and was a strong union leader. He will be sorely missed. Rest in peace my friend. Making the pendants, I used Souffle™ clay, mica powders and two different Makin’s Clay® texture sheets.2015 Jim Wark


For my second December project for Polymer Clay TV, I made this snow globe with a my version of the famous lamp from the Christmas Story. I used push molds from Polymerclaytv to make the snow flakes and the bows on the packages. The lamp is made entirely from Makin’s Clay®.  If you want to see some great videos, purchase any of the neat molds or other polymer clay tools, head over to Polymerclaytv and check it out!2015 Xmas Leg