Alison Lee of Craftcast has another interview with an interesting artist – Sherri Haab. I haven’t listened to the podcast yet, but I plan to as soon as I can get a few quiet moments alone (last time I had a podcast I wanted to hear, I loaded it onto my mp3 player and listened […]Read More: Sherri Haab on Craftcast
I have a lot more readers to this blog than I used to, so even though I posted an announcement to this effect last year, it bears repeating: Polka Dot Creations is in search of interesting and well-written polymer clay tutorials encompassing a variety of techniques. The articles will be featured on our website and […]Read More: Calling all authors!
Son #2 is 4 years old and developed a pollen allergy this year. Poor kid came home from an afternoon on a friend’s outdoor trampoline tired, cranky and oozy. 15 minutes after I gave him a hug and a dose of Benadryl, this is what I found. His sitting on a folding chair, with his […]Read More: Sleeping at the card table
Painted shoes were mentioned on Polymer Clay Daily today, and it reminded me… have I ever shown you my funky sneakers? I made them last fall, when it was getting too cold to wear my fuzzy flip-flops, but I was still in the mood to have some fun on my feet. I used fabric paint […]Read More: Loony Shoes
Top 5 Sellers* for April, 2007 1 ) Book: Progress and Possibilities 2006 Exhibit Catalog 2 ) Project Book: Bead Techniques Clay Jewelry with Bead Rollers 3 ) Magazine:PolymerCAFE Spring 2007 4 ) DVD:Innovations Intricate Kaleidoscope Canes 5 ) Book: Adapting Quilt Patterns To Polymer Clay Bestsellers for previous months Want to be notified instantly […]Read More: Bestsellers for April
I don’t usually encourage unsolicited email trying to sell me things, but these just made me go oooooooooh, when I saw them. I’m a sucker for polymer clay and silver together, and I’ve always wanted to learn to make my own bezels. Since 11+ years into this obsession I have yet to get around to […]Read More: Oooh, pretty!
How you seen today’s Polymer Clay Daily post? If not, go ahead. I’ll wait. Ok? It brought to mind Lindly’s first video, Tantalizing Translucents. The entire video is dedicated to translucent clay and includes projects that take advantage of the see-through nature of the clay (like Mokume Gane) and projects that encourage you to play […]Read More: Tantalizing Crayons
Did you know that there is a wiki out there for crafting techniques? It’s called Craftacular and is relatively new, and as I was checking it out over my (early) lunch, I noticed that they were looking for people to start a polymer clay section. If anyone here is up for the challenge, here’s the […]Read More: Craftacular
I think I have a problem. I sat down this morning to make a logo for my etsy shop, and 12 hours later I had completely redesigned my website. I was in my pajamas until about 3pm, breaking only for food and the occasional opportunity to reacquaint myself with my family 😉 It’s funny how […]Read More: Website Redesign
Everybody else is doing it, so what the heck – I opened an Etsy shop this morning. It’ll be interesting to see how my luck there compares to my luck on my website.Read More: Peer Pressure