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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 5:40 am 
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Create A Polymer Clay Action Frankenstein
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/frankenstein.htm
 
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From:  BlueFaeMoon   Apr-4 5:45 am 
To:  simgarie  (2 of 34)   39222.2 in reply to 39222.1 

LOL!  Very clever!  Kids have the most amazing imaginations.

:) Fae

 
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From:  Ilene2004    Apr-4 5:50 am 
To:  simgarie  (3 of 34)   39222.3 in reply to 39222.1 

That is great! These kids look like they're having fun with PC!

Ilene
 
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From:  Dweeble (LindaW75)    Apr-4 6:04 am 
To:  simgarie  (4 of 34)   39222.4 in reply to 39222.1 

Just gotta love him.

=-)

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From:  Pris (PRISCILL1128)   Apr-4 6:31 am 
To:  simgarie  (5 of 34)   39222.5 in reply to 39222.1 
How adorable!
 
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From:  rebbie (OLREBBIEPIE1)    Apr-4 7:17 am 
To:  simgarie  (6 of 34)   39222.6 in reply to 39222.1

 
wow! just WOW!! bet you ALL had fun with that one.

rebbie
 

rebbie is feeling
 
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From:  Sarajane (SJPOLYCLAY)   Apr-4 7:19 am 
To:  simgarie  (7 of 34)   39222.7 in reply to 39222.1 

VERY cool!!! my boys liked to do things like that with PC too when they were growing up..lots of strange armor and odd vehicles....and now my oldest is in film school and doing animation and puppets! Frankenstein looks like a fabulous project!


Sarajane Helm

 
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From:  cbuck   Apr-4 7:40 am 
To:  simgarie  (8 of 34)   39222.8 in reply to 39222.1 

too cute! :-)

Cynthia
http://inspiredclaycreations.com
 
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From:  Beth (Sum1zmama)   Apr-4 10:39 am 
To:  simgarie  (9 of 34)   39222.9 in reply to 39222.1 


Oh my goodness! How adorable is that!!!!
 
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From:  aramina5    Apr-4 2:35 pm 
To:  simgarie  (10 of 34)   39222.10 in reply to 39222.1

  Great project! And it is always a pleasure to see what your kids are up to. Thanks for sharing them with us.

 

Susan
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 5:50 pm 
To:  BlueFaeMoon  (11 of 34)   39222.11 in reply to 39222.2 

Hi Thanks,
Any comments is encouraging to all my students.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 5:53 pm 
To:  Ilene2004    (12 of 34)   39222.12 in reply to 39222.3 


Hi yes!
We must have fun when we create anything from polymer clay.
Thanks Ilene
Garie
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 5:56 pm 
To:  Dweeble (LindaW75)    (13 of 34)   39222.13 in reply to 39222.4 


Hi Thanks,
I love your personal quote,
" If it is not a living thing then there must be a way to use it with clay "
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 6:10 pm 
To:  Pris (PRISCILL1128)  (14 of 34)   39222.14 in reply to 39222.5 

I loves all my kids and adorable is the word. If you observer them in the PC classes, most of them will sat through the Class for one and a half hours just playing and creating things, even with autistic kid. The electricfying frankenstein project creates fun for the brothers to share and play with it.

Thanks,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 6:16 pm 
To:  rebbie (OLREBBIEPIE1)    (15 of 34)   39222.15 in reply to 39222.6 

Fun and Play works best with polymer clay.

Thanks Rebbie
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 7:04 pm 
To:  Sarajane (SJPOLYCLAY)  (16 of 34)   39222.16 in reply to 39222.7 

Hi Sarajane,

Thanks, I have seen many of your works and I loves your creations. You are very versatile with PC, your contributions and sharing makes the PC World even more interesting. I appreciates Delphi Forum which I can share ideas and techniques with a wide mosaic of helpful and interesting PC artists. PC is the choice for kids to play and have fun creating. It is always a good medium to develop their mind and motor skills. I have been teaching for about 8 years and have many kids that grows with the clay classes since, they were four and half years old and now they are 8, 9 years old. They are very confident in PC creation, they have contributed their works to many school charitable events. Your older kid is definitely heading for an interesting future.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 7:07 pm 
To:  cbuck  (17 of 34)   39222.17 in reply to 39222.8 

Hello,

How are you? You should talk to my wife she have something in common with you, here is her link, http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/mini-fashion/tresa.htm

Thanks,
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 7:10 pm 
To:  Beth (Sum1zmama)  (18 of 34)   39222.18 in reply to 39222.9 


Hi Beth,


Thanks for the encouragement, I will share your comments with all my kids.


Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-4 7:12 pm 
To:  aramina5    (19 of 34)   39222.19 in reply to 39222.10 

Hello Susan,

Thanks, sharing is knowledge for all.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  cbuck   Apr-4 8:02 pm 
To:  simgarie  (20 of 34)   39222.20 in reply to 39222.17 

Oh my goodness Garie~! her stuff is just awesome! I really enjoyed looking around her site, those mini outfits are breath taking! thank you for posting the link. :-)

Cynthia
http://inspiredclaycreations.com/
 
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From:  Dweeble (LindaW75)    Apr-4 8:20 pm 
To:  simgarie  (21 of 34)   39222.21 in reply to 39222.13 

Hee hee, my daughters always tell my grandkids not to sit still for too long or they will be clay-covered.  I'm not really that bad!

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From:  Sarajane (SJPOLYCLAY)   Apr-6 3:11 pm 
To:  simgarie  (22 of 34)   39222.22 in reply to 39222.16 


Thank you Gary!

you mention that the students are "so confident in PC creation" and I love that part----creativity is VERY personally empowering. Keep up the good work over there!


Sarajane Helm

 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-6 5:52 pm 
To:  cbuck  (23 of 34)   39222.23 in reply to 39222.20 

Hi, Thank You, I have convey your compliments to her, she's always posses a good fashion sense, eye of an fashion designer, create her own fashion when I was dating her. She's started creating miniature fashions and room boxes, about 10 years ago. Polymer clay creation about 8 years ago at the age of forty two. All along she was observing my classes and was impressed by my students in their PC creations. Her thoughts were,....... if such young age can create something so beautiful from PC........ then she should also be able to do something with it, after all she have been observing, helping me and understands my polymer clay teaching methods. Well, I am glad that she and my daughter acquired the skills in polymer clay. When you are invited to teach about a 100 kids, requesting different subjects, ranging from flower, mermaid, pokemon, aeroplane, car, dog, dinosaurs, etc., it is definitely not a problem.

Thanks,
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-6 6:06 pm 
To:  Dweeble (LindaW75)    (24 of 34)   39222.24 in reply to 39222.21 

Hello,

For what you are my young grandma, I know you are enjoying creating your PC works, thanks for showing us your many interesting creations with PC in your photo album. I am glad we share something in common.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   Apr-6 6:10 pm 
To:  Sarajane (SJPOLYCLAY)  (25 of 34)   39222.25 in reply to 39222.22 

Thanks, as Artist and Teacher polymer clay is difinitely a good teaching art medium and we have the obligation to promote it, through any channel of the media.


Take Care,
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  janalouise    Apr-6 8:42 pm 
To:  simgarie  (26 of 34)   39222.26 in reply to 39222.1 

What fun for the kids!!!  Boy, to have had PC when I was a kid...?!!!....I think I would have been in heaven!

Jana

The secret o' life is enjoying the passage of time  -James Taylor
 
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From:  Dweeble (LindaW75)    Apr-6 10:04 pm 
To:  simgarie  (27 of 34)   39222.27 in reply to 39222.24 

Thanks, Garie, what a very nice thing to say.

=-)

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From:  simgarie   Apr-6 10:54 pm 
To:  janalouise    (28 of 34)   39222.28 in reply to 39222.26 

Yeh, if it was availiable then when I was six, I would have save lots of money buying toys. Anyway, I have to be contented with playing plasticine but it smell and melts under the sunlight. PC certainly a good creative medium.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  Rickie Beth (pcyourway1)    Apr-7 1:05 am 
To:  simgarie  (29 of 34)   39222.29 in reply to 39222.1 

Nothing is more attrative that the smile of a child that feels good about themself....Thank you for this link....Rickie Beth

 

 

PolymerClayYourWay.Com
 
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From:  lymabeaner   Apr-7 10:50 am 
To:  simgarie  (30 of 34)   39222.30 in reply to 39222.1 

WOW. I have gotten such a kick out of these Frankensteins! The kids ALL did a terrific job! So creative! I definitely will show these to my 14 yr old son. I think they may give him motivation to create some of his own electric "monstrosities." Please thank all your talented kids there for the smiles they gave me today.

Sharon

 
 
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  From:  simgarie   Apr-7 7:02 pm  To:  Rickie Beth (pcyourway1)   unread  (31 of 34)   39222.31 in reply to 39222.29 


Hello,

Thank you, I agreed with your remark, a smile from a child will warm our hearts, especially when they are excited and playing with their PC Creations. I have include additional student to the link, he is a autistic kid name Kervyn.


Regards,
Garie
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From:  simgarie   Apr-7 7:14 pm 
To:  lymabeaner unread  (32 of 34)   39222.32 in reply to 39222.30 

Yes, they were elated when the started to flash the completed Frankenstein Project .


Thanks,

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  Rickie Beth (pcyourway1)    Apr-17 12:46 am 
To:  simgarie  (33 of 34)   39222.33 in reply to 39222.31 

Hi,

I just found your message hidden in the builk mail folder.....I was looking forward to reading more about your work. I have spent a fair amount of time with other than typical learners and found that my teaching skills really become fine-tuned when teaching with these children.  There is such a fine line between some of them and the average child - when one gets up to the high functioning autistic - Asperger's syndrome.  I wish I could visit you and your work.  I miss being around the learning environment.  (I was in the master's of efucation, special education program but health reasons caused me to have to stop my studies....a sad thing).  I hope that you post more messages and send more pictures of your wonderful life.

...Sincerely,..Rickie Beth

 

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  From:  simgarie   Apr-17 7:42 am  To:  Rickie Beth (pcyourway1)   unread  (34 of 34)   39222.34 in reply to 39222.33 

Hello,

Thank you for your reply, well its been a norm trashing hundreds of spam and unsolicited emails every day. Good messages can sometime be pile up or accidentally trashed. Well, I am glad to receive your posting. Teaching kids are fun when you are teaching the fun in your life with polymer clay. We are learning every day from teaching the kid, no matter how old you are, they energized you and makes you feel younger. I am sorry about your health reasons that you stops you from studying. I hope you will recover soon, your special skills are important in contributing to the society and help more kids in special education program.

Best Wishes,
Regards,
Garie
 
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