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Re: discouraged


From: Jennifer Buerkle (buerklej_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 29 2000 - 04:36:52 PST

Yeah, razors! I teach the millifiore technique and you have to slice the cane
with a razor. I get away with it by numbering each one and signing them out, but
it isn't something I'd recommend to everyone.

Jen wrote:

> Razors? for cutting the clay?
> I have the kids use those aluminum ribs for clay. they work great. And we use
> big old markers for the rollers.
> MaryB
> Jennifer Buerkle wrote:. Polymer clay
> > beads are good, but expensive and involve razors.
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