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JUST A HEART…

 

 

2018 JustaheartAbout 6 months ago I opened a package of white Makin’s Clay® and left it unwraped for the air to get at it.  Well it did what I wanted it to do, turned into a hard mass of clay.  So I carved out a heart shape, drilled a hole in the middle, did a little more carving, then soldered a copper band around the edges.  This was an experiment to prove that you can do almost anything with this cool medium, you can thin it and make it into a “paint”, and you can also carve it like wood!  How cool is that?

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  1. It sounds like you put a lot of work into this heart. So cool that you drilled into it and soldered it. Love this!

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