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  • Beth Norman

    What a clever project. An easy clay project using simple shapes with the added twist of being totally embellished with ribbon, pipe cleaner, chords and other twisteez. From Mrs. Picasso's Art Room. This art teacher may have inspired me to remain an art teacher!

  • Michelle Ní Mhuircheartaigh

    mrspicasso's art room: Wild & Wiry Clay Birds

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