Sunday, December 21, 2008

Studio by Sculpey Clay classes & More
I've finished all of my classes for this year and had such a blast creating and sharing all of these projects with my students! I was looking through my blog last night at all the posts over the year and am just amazed and one proud teacher at the work my students did this year!

We created a poinsettia with the Studio Clay



































Sherry
















Alice























Roz





















In our second clay class this month we created White Roses, Berries and Candy Cane Ribbon ~





















Roz



























Alice























Sherry


















After my clay class yesterday I had a kids craft class and let me tell you I love doing these classes and I have to have A LOT of projects prepared for them to do because they listen so well and fly through the projects in the two hours. We created these adorable aprons and I hot glued the ribbons and bows on for them. They painted snowmen, a snowmen frame and a pink chalkboard with daisies on it.























































I'm done with all of my shopping now it's time to get some cooking done!
Y'all have a fabulous day!
Blessings,
Sandy

12 comments:

petrii said...

Sandy,
So let me ask you, are these ladies that do these projects artist themselves? They do such beautiful work each and every time. And I think, "man if I was in that class she couldn't put my work online if she wanted anyone else to attend her class" =)

And these kids, oh my stars what cuties ~~ I love all these projects.

You are so talented, if you ever get to SW MO, please let me know, I'd love to come see your arts in person.

Have a Blessed Lord's day,
Dawn

Sugar Bear said...

That clay sure looks like a lot of fun! Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Karla

Charlie McGee said...

Hi Sweetie,
As always, I love your photos. I did a frame last week with poinsettias and some holly leaves on it, I really liked how it turned out. Dummy me didn't take a photo of it before delivering it.

Hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas.
love ya,
Charlie

KJ said...

What a super and unique project!!! And, is there anything that beats the proud smiles on the faces and they hold up their masterpieces? Ah, that's what creativity is all about!

Christmas Blessings!
KJ

Julie said...

Just wanted to stop by and wish you a very Merry Christmas! I enjoy your blog so much!

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Sandy!

The poinsettias are beautiful! Like I said so many times before, I wish I were there to join you ladies in one of these wonderful classes! Thanks for sharing all your beautiful projects, they truly make me smile. You and your family enjoy a Merry Christmas!

Smiles....

Beverly

joan said...

Hi Sandi,

I love your projects but the kids were my favorite. I hope that you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. Merry Christmas!

carlene federer said...

My gosh, everything looks great, amazing what you can do with a little clay!
Merry Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family!

La Tea Dah said...

Sandy, you always come up with the neatest projects! I've enjoyed my visit here today --- I always do!

Merry Christmas!!!!!

LaTeaDah

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Merry CHRISTmas..m.

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Merry CHRISTmas..m.

Sarah said...

Wow! I didn't even think of making flowers with clay! I'm going to make ends for the knitting needles I made out of sculpey ~ maybe they can be a bit prettier than I thought!