This month, Angela Mabray will be giving tips on using rubber stamps with polymer clay, then showing how to make a Rubber Stamped Coaster.
- When: Saturday, June 14, 2008, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
- Where: The new Hobby Lobby in Norman, 2417 W. Main, Norman, OK. (The classroom is up front, near the check out stands. Go right after entering & it’s the first door on the right.)
- What to Bring:
- Polymer Clay: Our main project will use about 1/2 block of white clay (makes one 4” coaster). Angela will be discussing various techniques, so bring along extra clay if you want to make other coasters.
- Rubber Stamps: Angela will have lots of stamps available, but feel free to bring a few favorites to use and share. Deeply cut stamps tend to work best with polymer clay.
- Cork Coasters: You can buy pre-cut round or square cork coasters at Hobby Lobby (a package of 6 costs $2.77). These are usually on the same aisle as bulletin boards & other cork boards. If you prefer, you can buy the rolls of cork and cut them down to size.
- Pasta Machine
- Glue: Super glue or Sobo
- Work surface and baking tile (at least 4” x 4”)
- Clay blade
- StazOn ink pad, chalks, stamp cleaner: Angela will have some available to share if you don’t have these
- Optional (for projects other than the coaster pictured above): Kato or TLS liquid clay, alcohol inks, black acrylic paint, colorful acrylic paint
Swap: Don’t forget — this month is our first swap. Bring one item to swap that fits this month’s theme, which is floral