Original Price: $40.00

Special Rate: $22.00

Artifact Bracelet with Randee M Ketzel

In this intermediate and above class Randee M Ketzel will teach you how to create sea glass, twigs, lichen, fungi, scarabs, limestone and goddess beads for your own very unique artifacts bracelet! This class is packed with wonderful techniques that will greatly enrich your claying knowledge! Randee's instruction is always easy to follow. You'll be claying like a master in no time!

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Special Rate: $22.00


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Class Materials Listing

• 1 block's worth of scrap clay
• Turquoise Clay,1 block
• Pearl Clay, 2 blocks
• White Clay, 3 blocks
• Translucent Clay, 4 blocks
• Copper/Bronze Clay, 2 blocks
• Silver Clay, 2 blocks
• Ecru Clay, 1/4 block
• Gold Clay, 1 block
• Black Clay, 2 blocks
• Bronze mica or metal powders
• Acrylic paint: Black, Brown, Off-White, and Turquoise
• Opal/iridescent flakes (Arnold Grummer)
• Alcohol inks: Blue, Green, Yellow, Purple
• Triple Thick Medium
• Brown or black embossing powder OR dried spices such as pepper
• Split rings (or spacers of choice)
• Stretch Magic 1mm cord
• Basic clay tools
• Wire brush
• Sandpaper
• Small Shells
• Knit cloth (for texture)
• Drill with 1mm bit or larger
• Small ball burr
• Ball stylus
• Sharp craft knife
• Piece of sea glass with rough edges
• Glossy acrylic glaze
• Metallic gold wax (any brand)  OR Rub'n' Buff
• Stir straws small and medium 1" circle cutter
• Sculpey Etch'n'Pearl tools
• Clay Yo texture sheets (optional)
• Red chalk (optional)

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Randee M Ketzel

Randee M Ketzel

Randee loves polymer clay and its infinite possibility. Though she has only been working in this medium for a decade, she has developed several significant faux techniques. She also loves to teach. Nothing is more thrilling to her than to see people amazed by their own creativity. She truly believes that everyone has the capability to be artistic – given the right medium. Her hope is that polymer clay helps her students discover their inner artist.

Her one true love is faux. She strives to make polymer appear to be everything it is not. This includes making it resemble glass, wood, stone,...
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