Mixed Media Sculptured Dolls with Ellie Hitchcock

This is a class for teachers and children, learning how to make a mixed media sculpted doll inexpensively.

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Materials & Tools
• Pasta machine
• Spray bottle with H2O
• White glue (Sobo, Tacky or Ultimate Glue)
• Kato liquid medium
• Kato polyclay
• Alcohol wipes
• Gingerbread man cookie cutter (2 1/2 inches tall)
• Clips
• Scissors
• Exacto blade
• Colored felt marker pens, including some metallic markers
• Colored Sharpie pens
• Flexible face mold

Beaded fringe
• Assorted trinkets and jewelry
• Artificial flowers
• Tassels
• Rhinestones
• Braid
• Doll hair

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Ellie Hitchcock

Ellie Hitchcock

Nothing makes Ellie happier than to see the light bulb go on in a student's head! She loves experimenting and seeing what happens if. Sometimes it works and other times it doesn't, but the fun is in the experimenting and the possibility of coming up with something new and exciting. She especially loves teaching art to children. Her challenge has been to find interesting projects that can be done for minimal cost. Ellie want teachers to be able to implement some of her projects in their classrooms affordably.

Ellie has created projects that are very cost effective for teachers. She plays around...
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