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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

2 Responses

  1. This came out awesome!

  2. Pat ,
    This is very dear to my heart. My husband and I lost a cousin in the south tower on that god awful day. And YES we will NEVER forget!!

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