Santa’s Workshop for Teachers


My son goes to an amazing school with wonderful teachers. We’ve been busy designing, creating, and choosing creations for these special people this week…

Bookstack Necklaces for the librarians:

IMG_20141215_093742A polymer clay football for his P.E. teacher and a loving polymer clay owl for the school’s counselor:


A happy blue songbird for his music teacher and an upcycled pendant for his art instructor:


There are many perks to being able to make a variety of pieces, but one of my favorites is the ability to tailor a creation so that it suites someone’s personality. There are a few more gifts, but they will not be given until tomorrow – they are still top secret. My son is going to make his gift to his kindergarten teacher on his own this evening, so that will be even more special.

Happy Holidays!


a.k.a. Free Range Al

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About Alexis

I’m an artisan, momma of one, wife, yogi, and thinker currently living in Missouri, although I’ve also called Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Oregon home. Throughout these moves, I’ve come to find great comfort in the ability to create. I’ve also experienced how sharing my creations, and the creative process, builds and enhances relationships. I hope this blog inspires you, and I hope to use it as a way to develop my craft. Some posts will be mental musings, others will show you what I’ve been up to. Who knows what else?

2 responses »

    • Thank you! I’m a lucky momma to have these wonderful people in my son’s life!

      I hope you’re enjoying the holiday season with your beautiful family, Sasha.

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