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Welcome to the North Texas Polymer Clay Guild!

We are a group of polymer clay artists and enthusiasts who meet once per month from September to May. We like to share information and keep up on what is going on with polymer clay in Texas and around the nation. We encourage anyone with a passion for polymer clay to come and visit our guild.

Our next monthly demonstration will be...



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NTPCG - Home Page - Demo Section December 2017

Holiday Ornaments & Decorations


by Ann Bertrand



and


Gadgets, Gizmos and Toys


by Diane Foster

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Holiday Decorations by Ann Bertrand


Gadgets, Gizmos and Toys by Diane Foster

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Ann's Bio:

Ann has been involved in polymer clay since 2009, with special interest in color and incorporating glitter and metallics as materials for her pieces. She loves to make jewelry, is heavily into interior design and home decor, and always has one or more projects ongoing.

Ann will demonstrate how to get in the holiday spirit by creating fun holiday ornments and decorations for your home.



Diane's Bio:

Diane Foster has the books, tools and supplies for dozens of different crafts; she's even done some of them. She has been a sculptor specializing in miniatures for many years. She taught herself to make ceramic molds and specialized tools for her miniatures, and sold kits through wholesale distributors and through three miniature magazines. Beginning in the 1980s, in her pursuit to sculpt dolls in dollhouse scale, Diane took numerous classes and seminars from Theo Menzenbach, a retired Hummel master sculptor and the sculptor of the Zapf line of dolls. Polymer clay is a relatively new interest. Sometime in the late 90’s or early 2000’s Babette Cox had Bob Wiley come to Dallas to teach his wood grain technique. She invited the DallasStampers—yes, that’s another addiction—to attend because she had several empty spaces. After the workshop, Diane began attending Guild meetings, and became a regular member. Diane says she seems to enjoy the process more than the product.

Diane will demonstrate various gadgets, gizmos and toys that can be used with polymer clay.

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