SHERYL

PROMOTING POLYMER CLAY BOTTLE DOLLY THROUGH DELPHI FORUM : POLYMER CLAY CENTRAL

 

Age: 9 years old, joined Play Clay since 2000

 

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From:  simgarie   May-26 7:06 pm 
To:  ALL  (1 of 22)   32985.1 
Young polymer clay artist's polymer clay bottle dolly,
http://www.garieinternational.com.sg/clay/sheryl.htm
 
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From:  Susheke   May-26 7:15 pm 
To:  simgarie  (2 of 22)   32985.2 in reply to 32985.1 
Oh my gosh are those kids talented. I really enjoyed seeing their work. Thanks for the link.
 
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From:  claymama (LibbiR)   May-26 7:20 pm 
To:  simgarie  (3 of 22)   32985.3 in reply to 32985.1 
Wow, Garie! My daughter (7 1/2) and I think Sheryl's dolly is TERRIFIC.

Emily wants to know how you attached the head and arms :-)

Thanks for sharing....your students' work is always a pleasure to see!

lib
 
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From:  simgarie   May-28 6:46 am 
To:  diamondjenn  (22 of 22)   32985.22 in reply to 32985.20 
yes, let me have the quote about children.
Thanks for your comment.
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-26 7:55 pm 
To:  Susheke  (4 of 22)   32985.4 in reply to 32985.2 
Thanks, i am very happy to show off their creation and exchange ideas.
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-26 8:31 pm 
To:  claymama (LibbiR)  (5 of 22)   32985.5 in reply to 32985.3 
Hello,
You can bake the basic head seperately or attached the head to the clay wrapped bottle body. Position the head at the neck of the bottle, make sure that there is a tiny hole provided (baked or unbake head), between the back of the head at the neck of the bottle. It is important, in the baking process, hot air is forced up into the neck of the bottle. If the attached head is not bake the hot air can damaged the facial feature or any other area of the head. It will form tiny exploded air bubble.
Attached the arms onto the shaped, wrapped polymer clay bottle and position the arms. If you need to raise the dolly arms, you must have soft wires to reinforce it. If you decided to bake the basic head you can apply the PC hairs string by string using Sculpey Liquid polymer clay to attached the hair onto the head.
Baked Arms can also be held by using Sculpey LPC and the sleeves of the Dolly dress.
Thanks, I hope I have provided all the information.
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  claymama (LibbiR)   May-26 8:39 pm 
To:  simgarie  (6 of 22)   32985.6 in reply to 32985.5 
Thank you so much! This looks like a fun project to do with Em :-)

lib
 
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From:  herbandteas   May-26 10:36 pm 
To:  simgarie  (7 of 22)   32985.7 in reply to 32985.1 
thats so darling!

Helaine
 
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From:  PlaysClay (playsclay2)   May-27 1:41 am 
To:  simgarie  (8 of 22)   32985.8 in reply to 32985.1 
wow - she did a fantastic job!

Helen P.
 
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From:  Sus (tutudada)   May-27 4:55 am 
To:  simgarie  (9 of 22)   32985.9 in reply to 32985.1 
They are amazing, I am embarassed of my work compared to theirs! Such imagination,
Sus An Adirondack Mt.Woman
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 6:16 am 
To:  claymama (LibbiR)  (10 of 22)   32985.10 in reply to 32985.6 
Thanks,
I look forward to your bottle dolly creation.
Enjoy!
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 6:18 am 
To:  herbandteas  (11 of 22)   32985.11 in reply to 32985.7 
Thanks, you
regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 6:21 am 
To:  PlaysClay (playsclay2)  (12 of 22)   32985.12 in reply to 32985.8 
Hi,
Appreciate you comment I will forward your message to Sheryl.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 6:26 am 
To:  Sus (tutudada)  (13 of 22)   32985.13 in reply to 32985.9 
Well, we should not be embrassed with any of our own clay creations.
"Creativity takes courage" Henri Matisse

Thanks,
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  muured   May-27 6:49 am 
To:  simgarie  (14 of 22)   32985.14 in reply to 32985.1 
Those kids are fantastic clay artists!

Muriel
 
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From:  Maggie (maggie81573)   May-27 1:31 pm 
To:  simgarie  (15 of 22)   32985.15 in reply to 32985.1 
What a beautiful dolly! Please print all our comments to show your students, we are very proud of them!
~Maggie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 4:21 pm 
To:  muured  (16 of 22)   32985.16 in reply to 32985.14 
Thank...............You.
All the good words will encourage all my young talents.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 4:25 pm 
To:  Maggie (maggie81573)  (17 of 22)   32985.17 in reply to 32985.15 
Thank you Maggie!
I will published all the comments to show my students on
Sheryl's page.

Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  Sus (tutudada)   May-27 5:15 pm 
To:  simgarie  (18 of 22)   32985.18 in reply to 32985.13 
What a beautiful quote, I will remember it.
Sus An Adirondack Mt.Woman
 
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From:  simgarie   May-27 7:17 pm 
To:  Sus (tutudada)  (19 of 22)   32985.19 in reply to 32985.18 
Hi,
Here is another quotation for you and everybody.
" Art is making something out of nothing and selling it " Frank Zappa

Thanks,
Regards,
Garie
 
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From:  diamondjenn   May-27 9:13 pm 
To:  simgarie  (20 of 22)   32985.20 in reply to 32985.1 
Hi Garie,
What a wonderful and imaginative doll!
There is a quote around here somewhere that I just read recently, something about art and children...hmmmm, basically something about children just create what they want, there are no limits.. if I find it, I will send it!
Jen
 
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From:  Sus (tutudada)   May-28 3:32 am 
To:  simgarie  (21 of 22)   32985.21 in reply to 32985.19 
Quotes from two great minds, I love it!!
Sus An Adirondack Mt.Woman
 
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From:  simgarie   May-28 6:46 am 
To:  diamondjenn  (22 of 22)   32985.22 in reply to 32985.20 
yes, let me have the quote about children.
Thanks for your comment.
Regards,
Garie
 
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  From:  Kim22591   May-30 8:24 am 
To:  simgarie  (24 of 27)   32985.24 in reply to 32985.1 
Sheryl and Nikki are incredibly talented! They're also cute little girls.

Kim
 
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  From:  kelisa (kelisa3)    May-30 8:55 am 
To:  simgarie  (25 of 27)   32985.25 in reply to 32985.1 
Wow!  They should all be exceptionally proud of the work displayed!  Thanks for the link and keep the pictures coming. I enjoy seeing their work anytime.

"Hug someone today!"

Crazy Nancy

~~

http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumList?u=1751472
 
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From:  simgarie   May-30 6:32 pm 
To:  Kim22591 unread  (26 of 27)   32985.26 in reply to 32985.24 
Thank you Kim, they are both our regular students for many years. Teaching them play clay since their kindergarden years
till now, they are just part of our children. I am happy that they are progressing with their creative works, we are very proud of their achivements.

Regards,
Garie and Family
 
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From:  simgarie   May-30 6:45 pm 
To:  kelisa (kelisa3)   unread  (27 of 27)   32985.27 in reply to 32985.25 
Hello, Kelisa,

Appreciate your comments, hope you get well soon!
Looking at your album that is an incredible amount of creative clay works, I love them. I will show your links to our children.
Thank you for sharing.

Regards,
Garie and Family
 

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