What are you looking for?
Join the Club!
Click to Join in the Fun!
Click HERE to read more about it.
I thoroughly loved the 2015 Polymer Clay Adventure, and so far this year, I’m loving the second year of the Polymer Clay Adventure even more. Even though I’m a teacher for the 2016 Adventure, that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy taking many of the classes myself.
It’s really no secret that I love mixed media. If it involved paint, a mess, multiple design types, and clay … I’m all in! I loved Laurie’s class last year, Mini Gothic Shrines. But this year’s Laurie Mika Tin Shrines Class is right up my alley! Laurie taught students how to alter your tin, use foils, paint, decoupage, and many other materials to design your own mini shrines. I have always had a love for Ancient Egypt, so I seized the opportunity to make this little shrine as a nod to my love of their history.
Here’s a few details that I added into my shrine:
If you like the idea of making your own Tin Shrine, guess what? YOU CAN! When you sign up for the Polymer Clay Adventure, you get 24 classes with 22 fabulous artists. This class is just ONE of those examples. Lisa Pavelka’s class “Wave Spinner Ring” has also been released this month. I haven’t taken this class yet, but plan too in the next coming week. Does this sound like something you’d like to do? If so, I have a special offer for you.
You can join the 2016 Polymer Clay Adventure any time you’d like. In order to get your free tutorial, you must join using my link. [CLICK HERE NOW]