Time remains for clay creations

There’s still time to submit works of art to our summertime modeling clay extravaganza.

Just take some inexpensive modeling clay — recipes to make it can be found online — and craft the art object of your choice. Then send a photograph of it to us. Don’t throw out your creation, because we’ll take our own photos of the items we want to feature in a future Living story and online.

We’ll publish photos of the creations we find the most interesting, cute, bizarre, classic, useful or artistic, and our favorite from among the entries will earn its creator $100.

You can submit your works of art in the following categories:

* Abstract, or anything that isn’t an ashtray, animal or represents a real-life thing or person.

* Realism, or a realistic representation of a scene, thing or person.

* Arts and crafts, a catchall category that includes ashtrays and other summer camp classics, as well as anything else that doesn’t fit into the other two categories.

Send your photos — along with your name, age, address and daytime phone number — to: Arts and Crafts, Living Section, Las Vegas Review-Journal, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125-0070. Or, e-mail your images and all of the above information to jprzybys@reviewjournal.com. (If e-mailing, be sure to put “Arts and Crafts” in the subject line.)

Just make sure we have it all by 5 p.m. Wednesday.

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