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Jennifer Barringer

Jennifer Barringer
Evington, VA 24550
USA
Email: sinjenn13@netzero.com

Background Information

Years Teaching:  6 months
Years Teaching Clay:  6months
Years Working w/Clay:  2 years
School or Studio:  Store
Freelance:  Yes
Specialties:  Rubber stamping on polymer clay, covering/decorating tins and small boxes, making pins and small figurines
First Experience With Clay:  I found it while I was out on Maternity leave before I had my son. I was bored stiff all day, and found clay a wonderful diversion.
Past Teaching Experiences:  I've been teaching rubber stamping on polymer clay, but know I've still got a great deal to learn about the other scopes and uses of PC!
Teaching Level:  Amateur

Lesson Information

Private Lessons:  No
How Far Will Travel: 
Reimbursed Expenses: 
Group Lessons:  Yes
Minimum Number of Students:  2
Maximum Number of Students:  14
How Far Will Travel:  1 hour
Reimbursed Expenses:  Gas

Class Prep Time:  24 hours
Maximum Consecutive Days Teaching:  No maximum
Class Listings & Descriptions: Rubber stamping on polymer clay, what inks to use, how stamped clay can be used, very basic overview of how to condition and bake clay. Using polymer clay in scrapbooks, how to use elements of clay on scrapping layouts, very basic overview of how to condition and bake clay

Words of Encouragement to Novice Teachers:

"I never think any of my work is good enough, but if I can teach someone else how to do what I can do, and they improve on it, then that improves the art altogether. No one knows everything about anything, all you can do is share what you DO know, and hope that people come away with inspiration."


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