Jax Member $24 / General Public $29 / Deposit $10
By day, no one would suspect its powers to illuminate your handiwork, but come night time, it may look like it came from another world, for it glows in the dark. Stars, the moon or maybe your name, what will you want to show up on your switch plate when the lights go out at night? We will take a very dark color of clay, like black or purple, and cover you switch plate, add some cool textured designs with things like leather and cake decorating tools so it does not look boring, add some acrylic paint for a small splash of enhancement color and then to top it off, our glow in the dark embellishments, (that just means things). That is what will make it look so cool and “look back at ya” come night time. *Addition time could be needed for baking this project, so picking up the completed project later that day or a later time might be necessary.
Materials Fee: $4
Minimum Enrollment, 3: Maximum Enrollment, 10
Minimum Age: 8
About the Instructor: Teri Walters was introduced to polymer clay in 1999 and quickly became a “polyholic”. Since then, her artwork has taken her to many different places. She has been featured on local television, has won 1st and 3rd places in Polymer Cafe magazine for her work in millefiori canning and mixed media work, featured in newspapers, participated in various exhibits, has her creations in retail stores, and can be found at local craft shows selling and teaching in her booth. Teri has a great desire to teach and thoroughly enjoys passing on her knowledge and experiences in polymer clay to all those desiring to learn. In April, 2009 Teri started the New River Valley Polymer Clay Guild, which today is an active, growing community-oriented group that is promoting the enjoyment of polymer clay as recreation, hobby, or art medium.