Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Pictures Are Better Than Words.

Young And Old Playing With Creative Polymer Clay,
Making Creative Arts, Toys, Crafts and Gifts Everyday

Adult Project




Ant Farm







Magnetic Transporter














Using Bottle




For The Aquarium




Toy Submarine






General








Clay Therapy For The Elderly




Miniature






Recycling










Furry Poms




Polymer Clay Project







Some Comments From International Forums,

Delphi Forum
Polymer Clay Central

WendyGW
Abbeville,South Carolina
Jun-17 9:12 pm

You must be one heck of a teacher, all of your student's work is quite good! They are some lucky kids (and adults) to have you there :) Keep up the wonderful work Garie !

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Jun-18 5:02 am
Moe2647
Honolulu

Brought a big smile to my face! That little boy holding the Spiderman car is gorgeous!

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katymeg
Clifton,NJ
Jun-18 8:26 am 
They're lucky to have you as their teacher.  They're quite imaginative!  Great job by all.

PCAWW Forum

North Miami Beach, Florida - United States
18 Jun 2008 PM 01:38:36

Garie, I always enjoy seeing the fun the children have with the clay. Its a nice side to see older kids playing to =-)
 
~hugs~
Andrea
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Polymer Clay People Forum

Zelodius
Milwaukee
18 Jun 2008 PM 09:12:51

Your pictures are just wonderful. I enjoy seeing people of all ages playing
with clay
Have a Great Clay Day
Zelodius

clay-polymer Forum

Linda Grow
Michigan
17 Jun 2008 PM 09:42:07

Garie what cool pic. The little boy with the spiderman is just
adorable. All the project are great. Looks like everyone is very
talented. Are these things that you do in your classes? how long does
it take for some of them to be done? I am thinking it is not just one
class time. Thanks for sharing Garie. Keep up the good work Polymer
is good for all ages as you keep showing us.

Happy Clay-zie Day, CraftyLinda
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Kelly Chen
18 Jun 2008 AM 08:39:27
Singapore

Woot!  I just had a kawaii attack!
The crab and miniature figurines are super kawaiii!]
Garie, would you mind posting your classes
schedule (online) for July?  I have 2 irritating kids
here I'd love to get rid of (just kidding!)
kelly
With music now!
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CITY-o-Clay Forum
Samara Julie
19 Jun 2008 PM 08:53:21

Again I love to see the kids (and adults) and their creativity they are
so wonderful and talented. My batman or superman car would never look
that good!
What I also love to see is their smiling faces showing off their
creations. They look so proud of themselves and that is a great thing
these days.
Keep up the great work and keep inspiring the young and old.
Julie S

2 comments:

craftyLinda said...

Garie These are just so cool! The little mini, and spiderman. I love them all. You do a really nice thing by bringing polymer, art and all age groups together. And recylcing is always good. Keep up the good work and tell your students that they are awesome..Linda

simgarie said...

Thank You Linda, Teaching polymer clay lessons to the young and old is always fun! Kids make their favorite toys, adults didn't realized they can make things with PC after learning the skills and teaching the elderly, makes them happy, heal their mind and gave them hope.
Regards,
Garie