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Copyright DoodlePippin 2019. All rights reserved.

Park Lane East, Reigate, RH2 8LH 

 Email: ruth@doodlepippin.co.uk 

Learn

Want to learn how to use polymer clay to make amazing things? You could: 
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Come and learn how to use polymer clay to make beautiful patterns and unique jewellery, accesories and gifts using the ancient millefiori technique!

2019
workshops 

Polymer and Prosecco evening

Looking for a fun creative experience for a birthday or special date? Learn a new skill and have a laugh with friends over a glass of wine.


All you need to provide is the Prosecco!

Polymer & Prosecco evenings

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From curing instructions, through what you need to start working with polymer,
to advanced tools and equipment, all the information you need is here.

Working with Polymer

2020 Workshops coming soon!

 

- bangle making

- millefiori earrings

- unique cutlery and serving pieces

 -brooches, scarf pins and accessories

- ring bowls and dishes

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What's so great about polymer?

 

I love polymer, and I think you should too. It's an incredibly versatile and forgiving art medium that rewards you for every minute you spend working with it. 

  1. It has amazing tactile qualities and is lovely to work with - at least, once it's conditioned!

  2. It combines the best elements of sculpture and painting.

  3. It can be as 3D, or as two dimensional as you want it to be.

  4. The colours are vibrant and infinitely blendable. It also comes in translucent, glow-in-the-dark, and metallic colours.

  5. Once cured it is tough, permanent and colour fast.

  6. It's not (particularly!) messy

  7. It doesn't demand a lot of specialist equipment - a blade, a worksurface, a roller and a second hand pasta machine off Ebay will get you quite a long way.

  8. It's readily available and fairly affordable

  9. There are loads of interesting techniques to learn

  10. ...and it doesn't take years of practice to make beautiful pieces!