Sublette County Teens Create Clay Creatures

Jun 17, 2024

Five teens sit around a table crafting

Sublette County teens hard at work on their polymer clay creations

Have you ever wondered what happens when you give twenty-two teenagers a crash course in polymer clay and an opportunity to create adorable creatures?

The Sublette County Library in Pinedale held a polymer clay animal event for teens on June 12th.

About 30 polymer clay figures including a rabbit, an eagle head, a man with a tie, an American flag, several snakes, and other animals

Polymer clay creatures created by Sublette County library patrons

“First, they learned about how to work with polymer clay, and then they started to build,” said Kathy LeCheminant, Children’s Specialist for the Sublette County Libraries.

Hard work and creativity resulted in everything from puppies and pigs to snails and caterpillars.

“The teens came up with some especially creative ideas,” Kathy said.

Sublette County has library locations in both Pinedale and Big Piney, both of which host programs for community members of all ages. Find out more on their website.


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