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Play Day – Coiled Bowls

I posted this Instagram photo yesterday from my Clay Play Day (getting happily dirty in my garage) and my friend, Brandon Leggitt, asked me for a tutorial on it. So here you go Brandon! First, I’m using Bath Bomb Molds  … Continue reading

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A New Creative Map!

Map #5 was “drawn” yesterday.. I made these blue pieces in an excellent Jana Roberts Benson class at Fandango last May and promptly lost them in the chaos of my worktable.  I was forced to clean the table so I … Continue reading

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What happens to the sand during a storm

I just thought I would share with you what wind and rain does to the sand at our beach… we have a mixture of very fine black and white sand that can create some amazing images even just with the … Continue reading

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My Creative Map

 I decided last weekend to do another study like I did with the cutter bracelets last year. The way I do my challenges is to decide on a creation type – bracelet or pendant, etc. and then nominate the tools … Continue reading

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The Fall Colors of the Beach

I’ve been posting the photos of our annual kelp shed here at out beach, but I wanted to share a couple of things with you.  First, there are several kinds of seaweeds that appear on our beach this time of year. … Continue reading

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Sunset Season Shenanigans

You all know by now that I’m a Photoshop lover and next to clay, I can spend hours in my virtual darkroom.  You all probably know that I love to photograph textures, especially in cement.  So I have this photo … Continue reading

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10 Things I Learned on my Arizona Retreat Adventure

UPDATE:  Read more about the Arizona retreat on my Sculpey blog. 1.  You can’t get bored driving across the desert when your crazy navigation system sends you along two-lane backroad highways the entire time.  How could I be bored when … Continue reading

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