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Imagercn48
Nov 15, 2010 10:57 AM CST
Name: Debbie
Lexington, VA
Jill, I was so busy this spring that I never saw your article - thanks for the link!!! What a cute little "critter"! Thumbs up You know I've actually been looking at this little frog I have that clings to the side of my pots and thinking, now why can't I do something like that? Now maybe I can! Big Grin

Quoting:RCN, Wonder how the Polymer Clay would work into the cement projects you are working on?


Hilarious! Thinking right up my alley! Smiling Actually that's what got me started researching the clay. I was trying to figure out an easier way to 'decorate' the spheres without having to actually build up the cement for carving. Everything I read however leads me to believe that the Polymer Clay wouldn't hold up if left outside. However the "Sculpey Ultra Light" I bought is hopefully going to be just the ticket to make leaves that will float INSIDE the spheres. Thumbs up I'll have to bring them inside over the winter but I'll be emptying the sphere for winter anyway! With the information I've found it looks like there might be A LOT of possibilities with this clay. Whistling

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