Craft workshoppers can make clay jewelry at Kansas Wetlands Education Center

KWEC jewelry

11/18/16 kb
HAYS, Kan. -- The possibilities are endless when it comes to creating clay jewelry, and visitors to the Kansas Wetlands Education Center on Sunday, Dec. 11, can explore their ideas in a free make-and-take jewelry workshop.

The fun begins at 2 p.m.

"We will be using polymer clay to create fun, chunky pendants," said Jean Aycock, KWEC educator.

"Polymer clay is an inexpensive, safe, non-toxic material that can be baked in your own oven," she said. "Once you learn how simple it is to create your own jewelry, you'll be hooked."

All materials will be provided. Call 1-877-243-9268 to register for this free craft workshop.

For more information, contact Aycock at the phone number above or email her at

The KWEC, managed by Fort Hays State University's Sternberg Museum of Natural History, is northeast of Great Bend on K-156 at the intersection with Cheyenne Bottoms Road.

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