Monthly Meeting

  • June 24, 2012 · 2:00 PM
  • First Christian Church of Atlanta in Tucker

Linda Hall will show us a Faux Mother Of Pearl technique this Sunday. 


Faux Mother-of-Pearl Supply List

1 (2-oz) pkg. Pearl polymer clay , and approximately a pea size amount of each: Purple, Cobalt Blue, and Cadmium Yellow polymer clay.

Brown Acrylic paint (optional)


If you don’t have the colors of the pea size amounts of clay indicated on hand Linda will have available to accommodate the group.  She will also have brown acrylic paint available for anyone who want to try the optional step.


Pasta machine, Needle Tool (optional), Tissue blade, Acrylic Roller, Oval or leaf-shaped cookie cutter (optional), Acrylic rod

 As always bring and share some of your recent work, or work made utilizing the technique shown at the last guild meeting demo.  We love to see what fellow members are doing!

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  • joan c.

    Found them! Boy if I had a dime for every time I've lost something at the bottom of my purse. Oh, wait, I did, but I lost it... never mind! When is Rita due here again?

    June 25, 2012

  • joan c.

    Sorry I had to leave early, thanks for the demo Linda! Hey guys, did I leave my loot behind? The beautiful Rita beads I won in the (blind-really!) drawing picking my own number, that is. Anyone see them?

    June 25, 2012

  • Melinda G.

    Linda taught us the Faux Mother of Pearl technique. Had a great time with everyone.

    June 25, 2012

  • Charlotte T.

    Turns out mother of pearl can morph into black, grey & white bubbles. Ask Lisa. Julie mushed her way to abalone. Myra's 'twist' sparked the revolution at our table. Thanks to Linda's demo this wasn't grand ma ma's Mother of Pearl. The flow of ideas is just 1 of the perks of showing up at GAPCG. Great updates on Synergy & festivals too.

    June 25, 2012

  • Melinda G.

    I already visited the site and purchased a lot of great books. I can't wait to get them.

    June 4, 2012

  • joan c.

    Something to share for members and our illustrious librarian: is a book store featuring mostly polymer clay books. Run by a wonderful lady who supported PolymerCAFE from the beginning, some good deals, check it out when you get a chance.

    June 4, 2012

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