Friday, August 12, 2011

Adventures in Paper Clay

This week is Stampaway, a huge 6 day rubber stamping convention and it's in Cincinnati. The main event is this weekend with many vendors coming to sell at the Sharonville Convention center. On Thursday and Friday instructors, both local and from far away, come to teach classes. I stumbled into this class:

Seriously fun!! I have never played with paper clay (or any other clay beside my beloved polymer) Look at this adorable pumpkin fairy using a frozen Charlotte (another first) and vintage flat ware. We also made a piece using a vintage skeleton key but I'm not ready to share that one quite yet.
If this little gal looks familiar then you probably own the Fall 2010 issue of Somerset Holidays & Celebrations where she is featured. Be sure to stop by Shari Reploge's blog, Plays with Paper, she's fantastically talented and imaginative!

Tomorrow is my birthday...it starts with an "F" and ends with a "Y"...yikes!
Angie

11 comments:

Alice said...

Angie,

This sounds like a lot of fun!!!! I love your adorable frozen charloette pumpkin.

A very happy birthday to you! I'm betting you won't feel a bit older than you are today. Enjoy your special day.

LuLu Kellogg said...

Ohhhhhhhhhh you lucky girl to get to take one of Shari's classes!!

Happy Cake Day dear one!!

Love,
LuLu~*xoxo

Janet said...

Happy Birthday to you Angie!! How are you doing? Always great to take classes..wonderful work! ox

Blessings from Cindy said...

Happy Birthday Angie! I hope you have a wonderful day! Looks like some more fun creations from you; you talented lady!
Blessings,
Cindy

stregata said...

Cute little pumpkin doll!
Wishing you a most Happy Birthday tomorrow, Angie - much love, laughter and happiness for you!

Tina Schiefer said...

Happy, happy birthday!!!!

Adorable pumpkin fairy...

Going to my first art camp in Oct and again in April. Terri Brush. Kristen will be going too and teaching in April. Fun! I'll be blogging about it.

Just got my signed copy of her book yesterday. There are a few "tales" in there that will bring tears...my honey even welled up. Great writing! Oh, and the jewelry is fabulous! She did a great job!

A new adventure is looming in my little world...I'll blog about it soon....just a few more weeks...

Happy Birthday!!!!!

Cheers...

:-)

Tina Schiefer said...

Ps. How's brick #2 ???

Shari Replogle said...

Oh my goodness a Very Happy Birthday Angie! You should of said it was your birthday week in class, and we could have sang to you ! LOL .I hope you have a wonderful day:) I LOVE your little rhinestone button bling on your Fairy. She is magical :))
~Shari

Kim from The Sheep's Nest said...

Great pumpkin doll! Just checked out you Etsy store too, wonderful creations!

Tina Schiefer said...

Happy, happy birthday on the "actual" day. I was pre-mature!

Hope your celebration is wonderful, fun-filled and spent with those you love most!

...and all your wishes come true...you get a wish for each candle, right?

Hopemore Studio said...

Thank you guys!! It was a very nice birthday with a couple nice surprises mixed in.