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Day of the Dead New England Tour: November 5, 2011, Methuen, MA. An afternoon of getting a grip on our clay. If we have a lot of fun it could last longer.

BYO - Clay, Tools, and Food.

$20 for the unemployed, $50 for those who can afford more.

What's with the "sliding scale" fees?or WTFees? An offer you might not be able to refuse.

No this is not your usual polymer clay workshop, but what did you expect from me? I always do things differently. 

Philadelphia Nov. 12, 2011  There will be no workshop this trip in Philadelphia. Video about organizing a workshop in Philadelphia. Do you want to be part of this adventure?

Videos of the Tour Details

What to bring? even more videos

Captions needed because slideshows had to be retired.

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The very first things I made with polymer clay were to celebrate Day of the Dead. I must have been Mexican in a past life because this celebration resonates so much with me. Here are some links to some DOD creations from over the years. You too will find certain themes returning over and over at your work table.

1999 Day of the Dead Skull Egg

Review of past Day of the Dead Celebrations

Rex the famous, and still dead, wonder dog.


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