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Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature

 

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 12:50:45
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
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Here's my new Experiments and Tutorials : How to create polymer clay liquid paint (
POLYCLAYLIC Paint) create any color any mixture, endless possibilities, miniature foods,
cakes, jewelry effects and design, clay painting, stickers, etc. .......... the only limitation to
creativity with POLYCLAYLIC paint is in our own minds. Also example of how to use
POLYCLAYLIC paint combine with baking soda to create realistic miniature cakes and
making a 1/12 scale stainless steel kitchen knife with floppy disc shutter.
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/miniature_cake.htm

From: ferret.frenzy
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:58:37
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Congrats Garie!! Just read your tute on the paints. Looks Fab!! Can't wait to try it!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Bon

From: clayartisan
Subject: RE: [clay-polymer] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 01:40:18
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 Garie,
Wow! I couldn't figure out what was new and exciting in the tutorial until
I got to the cake texture. That was a great discovery you made and I can
see applying it in many different ways! Thank you so much!
Patti S.

From: pbarnes
Subject: paint thinner
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 02:47:52
To: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Reply-To: pbarnes@the-i.net

Hi Garie,

Thank you for sharing your new paint solution. I'm a bit confused as to what thinner to actually use. Can you suggest some name brands? I don't understand whether to use real paint thinner, i.e. turpentine or some brand of synthetic paint thinner.

Also, what safety concerns are there when using your "paint" in the oven? Fumes, fires, etc.?

Thanks again for sharing.

Granny Patty

Clay Polymer

From: garie@starhub.net.sg
Subject: Re: paint thinner
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 08:11:35
To: pbarnes

Hi,
The thinner is use for mixing with vinyl paint to thin it or dilute it when painting wooden staircase railing, doors and windows.
You can also mix the thinner with lacquer so that the varnish of the floor will dry faster. I think it is a common household solvent.
I am not sure what brand that is available, but it is also use in thinning the car paints use in spray painting auto repair workshop.
http://www.midwayautosupply.com/detailedproductdescription.asp?12822
The above should be the type as I read the information and they are not expensive solvent.
Regarding the safty concerns, I have created many mixtures, and baked them in the oven at 130ºC it will not ignite or create fume in the oven even at 150ºC for 20 to 30 minutes.
Regards,
Garie

From: lcallaha
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 03:29:54
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

You are absolutely amazing! Fantastic work!

Leslie

   

From: pbarnes
Subject: RE: paint thinner
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 09:27:06
To: garie@starhub.net.sg
Reply-To: pbarnes@the-i.net

Thank you.
Patty

From: desertsky
Subject: [clay-polymer] poly paint
Date:
05 May 2006 AM 10:22:05
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Hi Garie, I just had to let you know how much enjoyment you have given
me and people who work with P C by doing all the experimenting with the
different ways that the clay can be used. It is a pleasure visiting
your site and learning all these things. And the work your "kids" do is
facinating. Love your work. Thanks. Joan

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 PM 01:04:27
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Bon. I sent you a posting to thank you, somehow it was not reflected on the forum.
Have fun trying the new method.
Regards,
Garie

From: Goofygrannyof3
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 PM 02:29:22
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

 

Hi Garie,
Do you have other tuts that we can look at? I would love to see them if
so.........Karen in WA.

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
05 May 2006 PM 03:53:20
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

I will post the other tuts when they are completed, I have another experiment to test.
Thanks Karen,
Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 09:47:26
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Marcia, yes you have to keep your mind open to everything and dare to venture into new
areas, appreciates all the different fine, creative polymer clay projects contributed by
others. Know your art medium especially polymer clay.

Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
06 May 2006 AM 10:00:01
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Patti thanks, This is the second reply and I hope that it will reflected in the forum. Using
this method you can create breads, pastry and cakes and the standard is the textures.
Another clayer even wrote to me, jokingly ask me whether I can create the aroma of the
cake, since it looks so realistic. Well............I told her anything is possible and maybe I
should give it a try.

Regards,
Garie

From: nhopkins
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
07 May 2006 PM 10:28:57
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Garie-I love your tutorial and think the cake idea is great. Thanks a
lot. What kind of thinner do you use to make the polyclaylic paint? I
am not a painter and not that familiar with solvents. Would mineral oil
work?
Nancy

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
07 May 2006 PM 10:45:52
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Nancy, thanks this is a common house thinner, it is use for mixing with vinyl paint to thin
it or dilute it when painting wooden staircase railing, doors and windows.
You can also mix the thinner with lacquer so that the varnish of the floor will dry faster.
I am not sure what brand that is available, but it is also use in thinning the car paints, in
spray painting auto repair workshop.
http://www.midwayautosupply.com/detailedproductdescription.asp?12822
The above should be the type as I read the information and they are not expensive solvent.

Regards,
Garie

From: clayartisan
Subject: RE: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
08 May 2006 AM 02:25:18
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Garie-
I was following this thread and saw the comments about using solvents with
the polymer clay to thin and dissolve them. I missed this the first time
around, thinking the dissolving was done with a liquid poly clay medium.
So, I went back and re-read the tutorial. Now, I have a couple of questions.

One of the first rules of polymer clay is to not use a solvent based
product, as a varnish or paint, on baked clay pieces or it will cause it to
become sticky, which does not go away, even with further baking. So I am
wondering what happens to the end product when you use so much thinner that
it dissolves the clay. In you tutorial, does the dolphin or the cake have
any kind of a stickiness feel or do they come out perfectly smooth?

In the paragraph you wrote about thinners and solvents, I got the impression
that turpentine or mineral spirits should be avoided. But, because it didn't
mention the generic name for the type of solvents that are okay to use, it
wasn't clear (to me, anyway, but I can be dense).

I know that it is okay to use oil paints mixed in to liquid clay to color
it. It is also okay to use oil paint to antique baked pieces. The basis of
oil paint, to thin it, is either mineral spirits or turpentine. However, it
is NOT okay to use acrylic nail polish directly on cured clay, or it will
soften it.

How many different solvents have you tried, or was it only the one that you
gave an example link to? Would something like acrylic nail polish remover
work? Perhaps you can give a little more detail to this in the tutorial?
I, for one, would really appreciate it.

The other thing I notice on my second read is in the part about adding
baking soda. The diagram says baking powder, but the words say baking soda
and the pictures shows what I believe is baking soda.

Thanks for clarifying these things! Keep up the great work!
Patti

From: MOONMAN120
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
08 May 2006 AM 05:04:51
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Garie,
I looked at your tute and found it very interesting and especially liked the
cake idea. But I had a question about baking the styrofoam to make the cake
pan. I was always under the impression that baking styrofoam was a bad idea,
that toxic fumes would occur. Does the fact that it was wrapped in foil make a
difference?
Great job.
Gwen

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
08 May 2006 AM 08:45:34
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Patti, I appreciates your questions thanks.

Patty Barnes have ask me about the thinner, its is actually a common household paint
thinner and available at our local paint shop in bottles. This is what I told Patty about the
thinner,The thinner is use for mixing with vinyl paint to thin it or dilute it when painting
wooden staircase railing, doors and windows.You can also mix the thinner with lacquer so that the varnish of the floor will dry faster. I think it is a common household solvent.
I am not sure what brand that is available, but it is also use in thinning the car paints use
in spray painting auto repair workshop.http://www.midwayautosupply.com/detailedproductdescription.asp?12822
The above should be the type as I read the information and they are not expensive solvent.Regarding the safty concerns, I have created many mixtures, and baked them in the oven at 130ºC it will not ignite or create fume in the oven even at 150ºC for 20 to 30 minutes. I 've experimented and soaks the PC Paints (Polyclaylic paint) in film container for over 4 months, the one that's with more thinners will evaporates and living behind that looks like fine mud cake. In its semi wet state, I use cotton bud or index finger to dab a little and apply it to eg. cute doll figurine for rosy cheeks. Those that are treated with lesser thinner becomes dry color cake after the thinner evaporates. Pressing and rolling with a small roller becomes fine powder (polymer clay powder) at this stage the experiments are not treated with Translucent Liquid Sculpey or Fimo Deko Gel.I apply a little Fimo Deko Gel and mixed them and It becomes polymer clay again, baking it in the oven for about 15 minutes at about 1mm thickness the clay is flexible.I have used Kerosene, turpentine it will not dissolve the PC and nail polish remover will not work or melt the clay. I have use nail polish remover for removing superglue on my fingers.Baking Powder is our local term for Baking Soda

Thanks I hope I have answer all your question,

Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
08 May 2006 AM 09:00:56
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Gwen, Thanks, here is the information about baking styrofoam,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/pc_foam.htm
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/baking_foam.htm
At 130ºC even putting the foam in the oven for more than 45 minutes
will not burn the foam.
Only burning Styrofoam will have fumes, wrapping in foils is basically for easy separation
between the polymer clay and styrofoam.
Anyway, I have use tiny foam to create the miniature cake tray.
Regards,
Garie

From: nhopkins
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 01:07:13
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Garie-Thanks for the prompt reply. I am off to the paint store to get
some. I also forgot to mention how interesting I thought your test was
of the comparison between the Fimo gel and liquid polymer clay. I have
some of this gel and didn't really know what to do with it.

Thanks again and keep on sharing your experiments and work!!!

Nancy

From: MOONMAN120
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 06:34:37
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Ok, so basically it is like pc. As long as it doesn't burn there will be no
fumes. Thanks for the info and for sharing the results of all your testing.
Gwen

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 07:49:54
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Lorrene,
All the raw materials for styrofoam is the same as what our manufacturer is using, they
import from US. Check it out with your manufacturer.
1/12/2005, I made an enquiry with some of our local manufacturer for styrofoam
and was told that the styrofoam material is created from Expanded Polystyrene
Resin and the raw material is the same in other country or US.
http://www.powersourcing.com/sf/expandedpolystyreneresin.htm
Polystyrene Facts
http://inventors.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://www.polystyrene.org/
Polystyrene Ball Use For Making Fimo Doll
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/shop/fimo_dolly.htm<<

Anyway, if you put a piece of styroform, about 2 inches x 2 inches and bake 130ºC for 45
minutes, it will just shrunk and compress into a tiny hard cube.

Thanks,
Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 07:52:47
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Nancy, I glad to share the information and have fun doing it.

Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 07:56:51
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Yes Gwen, same temperature just like PC, don't forget to cover the foam with foils.
Always happy to share,

Regards
Garie

From: spiritualityline2004
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
09 May 2006 AM 08:07:58
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Hi Garie - I"m new to the group, my name is Yami - I live in Miami, Florida - and have been following a few of your emails in the past days-
I find it fascinating all the work you do with the children - and all the knowledge you have. I also saw some of your newpaper articles - very, very interesting !!!!! I love the PC paints - I would have never come up with that one !!!!! Marvelous - and cannot wait to try it - as I'm new to Polymer clay - but I'm sure I'll find something I could make to give it that enameling look !!!! I have a few questions for you - I was just wondering if you happen to have any tutorials that show a hollow filligree type bead made with the styrofoam procedure ??? Or anything bead wise related to that process ????Also, anything with the PC paints in a Cloissone type bead or pendant, etc ?????Please let me know - it has been a pleasure reading about you and the wonderful work and participation you have with children - I love children - unfortunately - I wasn't blessed with any !!!

Thanks in advance !
Yami

From: artjewelry
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
09 May 2006 PM 09:59:16
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Yami,
Hi, and welcome. You can also use Translucent Liquid Sculpy (TLS) or Kato Medium and add alcohol based inks.. Like Pinata colors... It might take a bit less time and you can make a lot of colors to paint with a liquid polymer paint.
http://www.jacquardproducts.com/products/pinata/
Lorrene

yami munoz <spiritualityline2004@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hi Garie -"...
I love the PC paints - I would have never come up with that one !!!!! Marvelous - and cannot wait to try it - as I'm new to Polymer clay - but I'm sure I'll find something I could make to give it that enameling look !!!!..."

Lorrene J. Davis, LJDavis Designs 530 391-1969 cell
Master Instructor, Art Clay Silver - Artist
Polymer Clay Instructor - Artist
http://www.freewebs.com/ljdavisdesigns/index.htm

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
09 May 2006 PM 10:49:16
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Yami, I appreciates your comments, I will try to help you with the answer, I was just wondering if you happen to have any tutorials that show a hollow filligree type
bead made with the styrofoam procedure ??? In creating a hollow beads, use small styrofoam ball. For small scale don't use foil to wrap the small Styrofoam ball, otherwise it will be difficult to remove the foils inside the hollow ball. Apply a layer of separator onto the styrofoam, wax base material. This is to prevent the styrofom from sticking onto the inside of the polymer clay filigree beads as it shrunk, refer to my test,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/pc_foam.htm
PC paints in a Cloissone type bead or pendant, etc ?????
As for the above question, I have not done any with PC paints in a Cloissione bead or pendant. The only way that you can create the above, is to use miniature glass light bulb fill it with Deko Liquid Gel, dropped a few drops of color Polyclaylic Paints, create a pattern inside the tiny glass bulb. Sent it tobake and you have your pendant.
I hope I have answer your question, if I have further test and creation in relation to your
second question, I will inform you.
I understands your position about having children, I have seen miracle and there's always
hope.

Thanks again,
Regards,
Garie


From: pbarnes
Subject: [clay-polymer] Polymer clay paints
Date:
09 May 2006 PM 11:15:34
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Besides the alcohol based inks such as Jacquard's Pinata inks and the
Adirondack inks, you can also color any of the liquid clays with oil paint
and mica powders. The Home Page for our group has a painting where these
things were added to Translucent Liquid Sculpey to create the painted
background.

I like to buy the paint saver containers which come in an attached strip.
I've found them at Michaels and Hobby Lobby. As I mix up a color, I stick a
round label on the top with what the medium and color is as I've found I
can't remember what I used if I don't. Another alternative container is to
use film canisters and if you can find the white ones, that is even better.
All the film canisters are compatible with the liquid clays.

Granny Patty, AKA List Mom
pcPolyzine Editorial Board Advisor
www.clay-essentials.com

From: crafty1955
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 12:27:30
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

 

I have a few questions for you - I was just wondering if you
happen to have any tutorials that show a hollow filligree type bead
made with the styrofoam procedure ??? Or anything bead wise related
to that process ????

You didnt ask me this question, but i have done some bead work like
this, but you dont use styrofoam. You use the starch beads that you
can get in the kids department at a craft store (like michaels).
they are usually shaped like styro peanuts, but you can kind of
carve them a bit before using them. The reason you use them is that
after the bead has been baked, you can put them in a bowl of water
and the starch stuff will dissolve. one reason you have to be
careful when making your pc bead that you dont get the little bugger
wet before baking. lol Quite a few years ago there was an article
in bead and button that showed some beads being made that way. I
would suggest that the main thing is you make sure you have a solid
secure ring at both of the hole junctions of the bead (like where
the mandrel would be if you were making a glass bead). and use a
hard pc clay for really detailed work )fimo classic, i like kato
clay for it too.

hope this helps. good luck, i have been making beads in pc for
years. AND YEARS! lol

From: crafty1955
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 12:37:12
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

 

PC paints in a Cloissone type bead or pendant, etc ?????
As for the above question, I have not done any with PC paints in a
Cloissione bead or
pendant.
The only way that you can create the above, is to use miniature
glass light bulb fill it with
Deko Liquid Gel,
dropped a few drops of color Polyclaylic Paints, create a pattern
inside the tiny glass bulb.
Sent it to
bake and you have your pendant.
I hope I have answer your question, if I have further test and
creation in relation to your

yami, i just read this post back. I have done cloissione beads too.
There are different ways you can do them. an easy way is to make an
impression in the clay with a rubber stamp. Now i like to use my craft
knife and make the raised lines thinner, but that doing it this way is
nice because then i use the pc paints to fill in the areas (and feel
free to shade like you really would with glass enamels. then bake and
then i would take the piece AFTER I SANDED IT, and would take a metel
color sharpie and very carefully paint the lines. you dont need to
sand the piece much before, because i would usually seal with a
varnish using this technique.

but you can also use fine wire and make your shapes in the piece your
working on. getting each element exactly right, and making the
impression in the clay where it belongs. do a first bake. take the
wires out (carefully) do your pc paint thing, bake. then i would use a
smalllllll amount of pc friendly glue and re insert the wires and
tada!!!! cloissone!

From: spiritualityline2004
Subject: Re: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 02:45:13
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Thank you so much Garie - I appreciate all your help - I will try to see what I can create this weekend !!!!
I've got a few pinched nerves - and I can't sit, stand, or lay down too long - so, there went my clay play !!!!
About the children............Miracles do happen - but after being a cervical cancer survivor - and the procedure they used fried me all up inside -
I cannot have any of my own children - although one day I wish I could adopt !!!!
I'm disabled - and financially surviving month to month - so, that's difficult too - but who knows - I"m looking into foster parenting - maybe that would be a way to go, there are so many children all over the world that need love - and that I have tons to give !!!
So, I know its a way to go - I just wish I could have one of my own - as adopted - from baby - to see grow up !!!
It would be so beautiful !!!! Ok - let me not bore you !!!
Thanks again,
Yami

From: mlraffaele
Subject: [clay-polymer] A variation of Garie's cake with TLS
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 09:02:57
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Hi Everyone,
I really loved Garie's cake, but I wanted to be able to skip the
making of his polyacrylic paints. After a few tests, I came up with
this recipe:
Mix together 3 parts of TLS (translucent Liquid Sculpey). 2 to 3 parts
of diluent, 8 parts baking soda, and oil paint in the color you want
your cake. It should have the consistency of cinnamon bun icing. How
much tint you need is what make the diluent ingredient vary.
I baked mine is a small foil pan that I made by rolling one end of my
acrylic rolling pin, then wrapping another piece around the sides and
taping it with masking tape (as long as you don't tape it to the
rolling pin, it will slide right off). I baked it at 275 degrees F.
If I can figure out how to upload the cake picture that I sent Garie,
I will- otherwise Garie was going to add the pic to his site. Have
fun baking mini cakes!

Michele R.

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: A variation of Garie's cake with TLS
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 10:36:32
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

To everyone and especially to Michelle,
Here her emails and the picture of her TLS cake,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/tsl_cake.htm
A new beginning to miniature cake making, more new ideas and fun.
Keep up the good work,
Regards,
Garie

From: garie@cyberway.com.sg
Subject: [clay-polymer] Re: Create Your Own PC Paints and Realistic Miniature Cakes- Garie
Date:
10 May 2006 AM 11:03:46
To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com
Reply-To: clay-polymer@yahoogroups.com

Yami, I am sorry to learn about your condition, yes, I belief in miracle, god bless.
Over the years, I have receive many emails, encouraging words from parents about their
kid's improvement, especially autistic, dyslexic and adhd kids just by playing with clay.
Always, thanks for your kind words,
Take care,
Regards,
Garie


 

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