bakercreekceramics@gmail.com, 4058 Hammer Drive #105, Bellingham, WA 98226

(360) 393-5458

On-line sculpting now available!

Stay at Home with Clay

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Kids' Animal Videos

At Baker Creek Ceramics, we normally teach clay classes in our studio. While everyone is safe at home, we're trying to bring some free clay classes to you at home. We're out of the free clay, but you can order clay or "air dry clay" online and follow the videos. We've tried to keep the tools simple, like a cup of water, a plastic fork or sharp stick or skewer. When you finish a project, you can send a picture to us and we'll post them in our online gallery. This way kids can see what other kids are doing, which is way more fun than watching adults! If you're using "air dry" clay, let it dry a few days, then you can paint it. 

Clay Animal Videos for kids!

Silly Snails

Monster Mash Up

Silly Snails

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Kids Snail

Ages 3 to 8

Excellent beginner project! You will need a small piece of clay and and little stick or pencil along with your imagination!

Sea Serpents

Monster Mash Up

Silly Snails

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Kids Sea Serpent

Ages 5 to 12

 You'll need a small cup of water, clay, 2-3 toilet paper rolls, sharp stick or skewer,a piece or cardboard or cutting board and your imagination!

Monster Mash Up

Monster Mash Up

Conrad's Crocodile

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Kids Monsters

Ages 6 to 12

You will need a ball of clay, a rolling pin, a small cup of water, a little stick like a skewer or a paper clip, small nails and your imagination!


Conrad's Crocodile

Conrad's Crocodile

Conrad's Crocodile

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Kids Crocodile

Ages 4 to 12

You'll need a ball of clay, a small bowl of water, a small straw and a pencil.

*These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp.  Or you can order "air dry" clay, let it dry and paint it. 


Logan's Koala

Conrad's Crocodile

Alaina's Unicorn

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Kids Koala

Ages 4 to 12

You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water, and little stick or skewer or pencil.

*These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp. Or you can order "air dry" clay, let it dry and paint it. 

Alaina's Unicorn

Conrad's Crocodile

Alaina's Unicorn

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Kids Unicorn

Ages 6 to 12

You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water, and little stick or skewer and your imagination!

 *These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp. Or you can order "air dry" clay, let it dry and paint it. 

Monkey Face

Unique Birds

Monkey Face

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Kids Monkey Face

Ages 5 to 12

You'll need a ball of clay, a small bowl of water, an old toothbrush, a sharp stick or skewer and your inner monkey. This project can be fired if you have access to a kiln, or use "air dry" clay and paint after it dries.  

Dragons

Unique Birds

Monkey Face

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Kids Dragon

Ages 7 and up

You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water, and little stick or skewer and your imagination. 

 *These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp.  Or you can use "air dry" clay and paint it after it dries. 


Unique Birds

Unique Birds

Anders's Eagle

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Kids birds

Ages 7 and up

You'll need a ball of clay, a small bowl of water, a fork and your imagination. These birds can be fired if you have access to a kiln and poke a hole in the bottom when you're done. Or you can use "air dry" clay and paint it after it dries. 

Anders's Eagle

Anders's Eagle

Anders's Eagle

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Kids Eagle

Ages 8 and up

You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water and a pencil or a skewer. 

*These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp. Or you can order "air dry" clay, let your eagle dry a few day and then paint it!

Elephants!

Anders's Eagle

Elephants!

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Kids Elephant

Ages 6 and up

You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water, a pencil or skewer.

Warning: may contain bad jokes.  

*These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp. Or you can order "air dry" clay, let it dry a few days and then paint it! 

Rabbits

Anders's Eagle

Elephants!

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Kids Rabbit
Ages 10 and up
You will need a ball of clay, a small cup of water, a pencil, skewer or paperclip and an old toothbrush.
*These animals are not intended to be fired. The idea is to make an animal, take a picture and then use your clay again to make another animal. Your clay will last a long time if you keep it damp.  Or you can order "air dry" clay, let it dry a few days and then paint it!

Online Galleries

Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park

Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park

Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park

2345 Blanche Way

Camano, WA 98282

360-387-2759

Good Earth Pottery

Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park

Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park

1000 Harris Avenue

Bellingham, WA 98225

360-671-3998