Jane Jetson's Flower Box with Donna Kato

In this class, students will learn how to make a futuristic, cartoony box. Once you understand the basic steps and processes, you can make it all your own! This class is in 3 parts. Pdf handout is included and Q&A; function is enabled so you can ask me questions from the workshop.
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Polymer clay: I use Kato Polyclay
Two 2 ounce packages of the following: Gold, White, Violet, Yellow
One package of the following: Green, Orange, Magenta, Red
1 ounce scrap clay
Poly Paste
Liquid clay
Sanding blocks - medium and fine grit
Coarse grit wet/dry sandpaper
Nublade or other stiff clay blade
Scalpel or craft knife
Dental tools or other tools for sculpting
Needle tool
Pasta machine
Acrylic rod

Bone folder (if you don't have one you may use the acrylic rod)

Heavy gauge wire - 16 or 18 ga.
Short lengths of metal tubing - available in hobby stores, I buy packs of odd ends - you may also purchase long tubes and cut them with a tube cutter. I am using one measuring 1/2" in dia. x 1/2" long and one that is 1/8" in dia. x 2" long.
A small cardboard box mine measures approx. 2" x 3" and is 1" deep
Deli Paper (about 5 sheets) and tape
Paper, ruler, pencil, pen - permanent, fine felt tip
Square pan with a baking soda
Assorted large round cutters - I have a nested set of round cutters
Assorted small cutters - Kemper cutters are great
Assorted drill bits
Round nose pliers, flat nose pliers

"O" rings

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Donna Kato

Donna Kato owes her career in clay to procrastination. You see, she was supposed to find a demonstrator for Kemper Enterprises at what was then known as the ACCI Show, and she didn’t. Having painted herself into that corner, she had no choice but to demo her way out.

Having been born with that “sure, I can do it” attitude, she forged ahead into what were parts unknown and discovered she really liked demonstrating, she really liked the art and craft industry. Through demonstrating, she discovered she loved to teach! She already loved polymer clay so she...
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