I've been invited to do a polymer clay workshop in March by Yvonne at Jam Jar Beads (www.jamjarbeads.co.uk) and I was wondering what to do. It will be food related and does not have to be to scale as this is for making jewellery, not specifically dollhouse miniatures.
It could be total beginners, so I don't want to do anything too frustrating. However it does need to involve some fun and skill, otherwise why bother taking a class in it? I was thinking something involving caning as it's always cool to see how they turn out. But no liquid fimo, because useful though it is, it's expensive and messy and probably not suitable for a beginner class.
Any ideas? I'm thinking orange/lemon canes that can be turned into beads or stud earrings. Yvonne is keen on cakes but I'm not sure how to do cool icing without liquid fimo. All feedback is appreciated!