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Flickr

Can anybody explain to me the Flickr thing as it pertains to polymer clay? I realize it’s a photo-sharing website, but I’m starting to get the feeling there’s a lot more to it. I poked around in there today and found a lot of polymer clay groups and artists, so now I’m wondering if there’s […]

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Confessions of a Sculpey Junkie

Sculpey III: the polymer clay serious artists love to hate. When a newbie comes on the scene, the advice from the veterans is always the same: “Get rid of all of that Sculpey you bought before you knew any better and get yourself some real clay, like Fimo, Premo, or Kato.” I learned to clay […]

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Terminology

Would you call a barrette an “accessory” or “jewelry” ?? I’ve been referring to them as jewelry on my website because the two categories were “jewelry” and “gifts.” Barrettes are more jewelry than they are gifts. But last summer I started an “accessories” category when I started embellishing flip-flops, and now I’m thinking the barrettes […]

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Gwen Gibson on CraftCast

This week, Alison Lee chats with Gwen Gibson on CraftCast. I listened to the first half while I made supper tonight, and the last half while I cleaned up and folded laundry – gotta love multitasking I enjoyed the interview. Gwen has taken an interesting artistic path in her life. And while she says that […]

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Bestsellers for March

Top 5 Sellers* for March, 2007 1 ) Project Book: Bead Techniques Clay Jewelry with Bead Rollers 2 ) Book: Adapting Quilt Patterns To Polymer Clay 3 ) Magazine:Step-By-Step Clay Jewelry 2007 4 ) Project Book:The CF Sculpture Series Under the Sea 5 ) Magazine:Belle Armoire Jewelry 2007 Bestsellers for previous months Want to be […]

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