Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Sweet Snow-Pixie

10/27/09 5:11 pm...edited to add:  There's just one spot left in this class!  Call now to reserve your spot!

Don't miss out on this GREAT class with Jenny Hernandez, aka The Polka Dot Pixie

Saturday, November 7th



Sculpt aSweet Snow-pixie  in Paper Clay
Class Outline, Syllabus and Supply list

Sculpting Level:
This class is designed for beginner to intermediate level students ages
15 and up and will be limited to 8 persons so that adequate instruction
attention is given to each student.

Objective: Students
will learn to sculpt a vintage style Snowman on paper mache box. The
basics of working with paper clay will be explained. If time allows,
students will paint and finish their creation in class, if not,
instructions will be given so that students can finish painting their
finished work on their own. Each student will also receive an
instructional booklet with photos that outlines the sculpting process.
This booklet will be the student's to keep for future reference.

Supplies: (The instructor will provide all sculpting tools brushes, armatures and finishes required for the class). Students should bring:

· a hairdryer or heat gun

· a package of Creative Paper Clay (at least 6 oz) (About Memories & More has this available for purchase)

· acrylic paints in the following colors: black,  red, pink and white. (About Memories & More has this available for purchase)

protective apron or other garment is optional (sometimes sculpting can
get messy). Please bring water to stay hydrated and dress comfortably.
Prepare to get your hands dirty and have tons of fun! :-)


About the instructor:

Polka Dot Pixie, a.k.a Jenny Hernandez is the mom of two awesome kids,
wife of a great man, and owner of a strange, but lovable Border
Collie/Aussie mix named Jake. Jenny and her family live in an old
Victorian house nestled in the lovely, pine blanketed mountains of
Northern Arizona, just a wee bit south of the Grand Canyon. Jenny has
been creating "little guys" out of clay since 1998, and working almost
exclusively in the folk art medium since 2004.  Jenny's work has been carried in art galleries across the U.S. , has been featured in Art Dolls Quarterly, Celebrate 365 and  Better Homes and  Gardens' Holiday Crafts. Her email is


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