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Instructions: Read the poem 'The Flowers' by Robert Lewis Stevenson. Use polymer clay or oven-hardening clay to sculpt any flower you wish. (The instructor) Bake your sculpture in the oven to harden it.

All the names I know from nurse:

Gardener's garters, Shepherd's purse,

Bachelor's buttons, Lady's smock,

And the Lady Hollyhock.

Fairy places, fairy things,

Fairy woods where the wild bee wings,

Tiny trees for tiny dames--

These must all be fairy names!

Tiny woods below whose boughs

Shady fairies weave a house;

Tiny tree-tops, rose or thyme,

Where the braver fairies climb!

Fair are grown-up people's trees,

But the fairest woods are these;

Where, if I were not so tall,

I should live for good and all.

"Flowers" a Poem by Robert Lewis Stevenson