1 ) Magazine:Step-By-Step Clay Jewelry 2006 2 ) Book: Polymer Clay Creative Traditions 3 ) Project Book: Clay Techniques with a Pasta Machine 4 ) Magazine:PolymerCAFE Fall 2005 5 ) Project Book: Clever Clay CreationsRead More: Bestsellers for November
For October 1 ) Project Book: Clay Techniques with a Pasta Machine 2 ) Book: Polymer Clay Surface Design Recipes 3 ) Magazine:PolymerCAFE Spring 2005 4 ) Project Book: Annie Lang’s Polymer Clay Characters 5 ) Project Book: Babies & BumsRead More: Bestsellers for October
Ok, actually, we have THREE winners. Decision-making has never been my strong suit! Come and see the fun designs that won the t-shirt logo contest: http://www.cafepress.com/polymerclay Thanks to all who entered – it was fun! I’ll try to post all of the entries on my website at some point this weekend, since I know there […]Read More: We have a winner!
Don’t forget our Logo Art Contest is almost over! Saturday, October 15th is the last day to get your artwork and/or phrases to me. If you can think of an artistic way for us polymer clay addicts to poke fun at ourselves I want to put it on a t-shirt, a mug, and a tote […]Read More: Contest Deadline Approaching
1) Project Book: Clay Techniques with a Pasta Machine 2) Book: Polymer Clay Surface Design Recipes 3) Magazine:PolymerCAFE Summer 2005 4) Book: Quick and Easy Gifts in Polymer Clay 5) Magazine:Belle Armoire September/October 2005Read More: Book Store Bestsellers for September
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The new issue of Step by Step Beads just arrived today (would you believe it’s already time for the November/December issues of magazines to start popping up?? Yikes!) There’s a really nifty project by Christi Friesen called “Two Turtledoves.” Polymer clay, acrylic paint, gold leaf, and gemstones come together to make a very unique pendant. […]Read More: Step by Step Beads is here
Do you know what I think the polymer-clay-afflicted among us need? A t-shirt. Something funny that says “yes, I am totally taken in by this stuff and I don’t know how to put it down!” I want a t-shirt like this. Or a coffee mug. Or a tote bag. Or maybe all three. The problem […]Read More: We need a T-Shirt!
I decided to try a different color scheme, made them all uniform in size, and outlined them in black. I’m finally satisfied, I think. Now I just need to get those two missing pictures, make magnets for them, and I’ll be completely done! You can also see them up close here. Now, I’m thinking it […]Read More: Woo hoo! Finished those magnets!
I’m finally working on a project that’s been percolating for over a year – family tree magnets. I’ve made more photo transfers this weekend than I care to count, and have tried out two different designs for the magnets. For the first set, I used all of the different patterns in my “Americana” color scheme […]Read More: My latest obsession