We had our January Class & Clay Day on the 15th. Pam, Ann, Cat and Eli attended. At 1:00 pm Pam began the class, and she taught how to make image transfers using toner-based images and liquid clay. Pam had Kato liquid, Eli and Ann had Sculpey liquid, and Cat had Fimo liquid. Cat and Pam had also brought some waterslide transfers to share.
Ann worked with liquid clay that she tinted with alcohol-based inks. She was making an abstract, raised pattern on a square of clay. She also was making a cat piece for one of her granddaughters. She was really excited about how the transfers she did had come out, because she had always had trouble with the technique previously.
Cat was working on making retro earrings. She had made the green ones and brought them into the class to show them. She made the black ones for her daughter.
Eli was working on three transfers: a clock, a retro pattern, and an oriental image.
Pam was making a keychain for her son, using the Paris image, as a reminder of his trip to Europe that he enjoyed so much. She also made a tiger pendant, and the tiger was painted by one of her co-teachers.
Everyone brought some food to share, and we had lunch together as we worked on our projects. Eli had to leave early, but the others stayed until 5:00pm.