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  • Carol Blackburn - The Ripple Effect with Polymer Clay

    Sunday 21st August 2011

    Sponsored by STAEDTLER FIMO


    Learn how to make new and interesting bead shapes and unusually patterned slices with polymer clay.

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    Layering, forming, and making angled cuts through layers of polymer, you will discover the versatility of the ripple blade.


    Students will also learn how to adapt the ripple blade techniques to bangles, brooches and earring designs.


    Each student will emerge with fun, unusual and unique creations.


    Suitable for beginners and experienced polymer clay enthusiasts will learn an array of new techniques.


    Cost: £70, which includes morning and afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits with a light sandwich lunch.

    Venue Details
    Time: 9.30am – 5:00pm

    Venue: Time and Talents Association
    The Old Mortuary, St. Marychurch Street,
    London, SE16 4JE

    Join Carol for this fun-filled adventure, your imagination will run wild with the endless possibilities.


    CarolBlackburn.co.uk

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    PolyARtRetreat is a fusion 3 day weekend getaway, for polymer and art enthusiasts to come together in inspiring surroundings offering the sharing of ideas, experience, and creative encouragement.

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