Elf Jane Dwyer and Santa Lehocky collaborate for the kids on PolymerClayDaily

Our polymer Santa/Dr. Lehocky is still in his workshop upcycling canes (like these poinsettia and snowman slices from Jane Dwyer) and turning discards from artists around the world into hearts that will benefit the Children’s Center in Louisville, KY.

Elf Jane Dwyer and Santa Lehocky collaborate for the kids on PolymerClayDaily

This heart story has been going on for 12 years and last night’s total topped 40,520. Each one this Santa has made raises $10 for the Center. Do the math! Yes, your art can make a difference.

If you need some holiday cheer, watch Ron demo his 3-step process in this popular video or follow the Kids Center Christmas festivities on his Facebook page.

Happy Holidays! Join us for virtual eggnog and more Saturday morning tidbits over at the weekend’s StudioMojo.

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  • reply Marian Hertzog ,

    Just wanted to say thank you! I enjoy your PCD post every day! Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Dr. Lehocky’s efforts melt my heart.

    • reply Pat Krauchune ,

      Dr. Ron is truly a man of God.

      • reply Ron Lehocky ,

        Thank you Cynthia for your support of my project and the kids at the Kids Center. And I am so thankful to Jayne for sharing the remnants of these incredible canes. The poinsettia’s luscious red blends and the expert rendering have made these hearts hot items this year. A very Merry Christmas to all my poly-friends, heart collectors and remnant donors.
        Looking forward to another great year and 3000 more new hearts.

        • reply Jayne Dwyer ,

          Thanks so much for sharing this Cynthia, I’ve really enjoyed collaborating with Ron this year! I look forward to passing on new designs in 2018, and seeing what transforms!

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