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Sat, Apr 16



Polymer Clay Keychains

Kids will use their creativity and sculpting skills to make beads and charms for keychains

Polymer Clay Keychains
Polymer Clay Keychains

Time & Location

Apr 16, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Mankato, 1700 3rd Ave, Mankato, MN 56001, USA

About the event

Using polymer clay, the kids will be making charms and beads to put on to a key chain. Cutting out shapes with a cookie cutters, joining pieces, mixing colors, adding texture, and then we will string their creations to make a keychain. 

These classes are geared toward ages 6-12. older kids are wellcome as well.

You can drop off the kiddos , while you go run errands or take a well deserved parent break (classes are 2 hours)  You can also stay if you wish to help your youngsters if you feel they might need it. If you wish to do your own little project along with them we ask that you purchase an additional ticket when you arrive to help cover those extra materials cost.

This programing is being partly funded by Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council to make these classes accessible and affordable for students as possible. We have 6 tickets set at $15 and then an additional 4 tickets that are Free scholarship  for those who need a helping hand. 

about the instructor:

Julia Bressler

"I am a mom of 3 who loves doing arts projects with my own kids. In addition to teaching my kids through our homeschool curriculum, I have many years experience as a nanny, working in a school setting, and studying child development and language acquisition in college.   My favorite art medium is clay and you can find me a couple nights every week here at the Makerspace working on my projects in the ceramics room. I am so excited to couple my love of working with children and playing around with clay into this fun kid's polymer clay class!"


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  • Scholarship Ticket

    Don't worry about it, we all go through hard times, or it is hard to send multiple kids to activates.... these tickets are fully funded by the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council, Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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