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November 2006

December 9th Meeting: Christmas Ornaments

Snowman OrnamentCome make this cute polymer clay ornament with us at the Central Oklahoma Polymer Clay Guild meeting on December 9th. Penni Jo Couch has offered to bring some of her Sweetbrier Studio Let It Snow molds for us to use. We’ll be making a holiday ornament like #4 on this page. We’ll also do a show-and-tell of *your* holiday ideas — polymer clay ornaments, gifts, jewelry, whatever! Come share some holiday spirit with us!
Here are the meeting details:
* When: December 9, 2006, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
* Where: Hobby Lobby at I-40 and MacArthur, 6104 West Reno, Oklahoma City, OK
* What to Bring:
* Clay: pearl, white, blue, black — or any other colors you think you might like for your project
* A 3″ diameter Glass Ornament (or you can purchase them at meeting time for $1.25 each)
* Any clay tools you think you’ll want, additional acrylic paints if desired, a paintbrush or two, etc.
We will provide the molds, a few colors of acrylic paints (black, orange, white, & gold) and a few paintbrushes.
Hope you’ll join us!
[Note: Updated 12/5/06 with place AND new time. We had to push it back a bit because of classroom availability at Hobby Lobby.]

November 2006 Meeting Notes

The Central Oklahoma Polymer Clay Guild held its first meeting Wednesday night — and we had a great time! There are still some questions that are up in the air — the most pressing being *where* to meet (ideas, anyone?). But this meeting was a great start & we’ve got a lot of fun things planned already! Have anything you want to add to the discussion? Please let us know! And we hope you’ll join us for next month’s meeting, on December 9th!
Read on for the notes from the meeting…

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First Meeting 11/15/06!

Our first meet & greet is this week! Here are the meeting details:
* When: Wednesday, November 15, 7:00 p.m.
* Where: Downtown OKC Library, 2nd floor, Study Room B
* What: A quick meeting where we can introduce ourselves (we’d love to see some of your polymer clay work!), discuss a few business items (name, frequency of meetings, whether to have dues, etc), decide on dates and topics for our next few meetings, talk about our hopes & expectations for the group (what we want to share & learn, etc) — and of course, talk about clay!
Hope to see you there!