We had an enjoyable day claying with our Okanagan Polymer Clay Group last Saturday. We are so busy working on orders and meeting deadlines it was nice to take a day out just for fun. Our members wanted to work more on Julie Picarello's mokume technique and each one purchased their own copy of Julie's book, Patterns in Polymer Clay.
After making a few "lizard tails", we made Natasha beads from our left-over clay. The building we met at in Westwold was nice and cool for working with the clay so we decided we would continue with meeting still in the summer.
Afterwards, we tried out a new restaurant nearby in Falkland called The Country Kitchen that had delicious Ukranian food. These are the owners. Next time you are through this way, give it a try!