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The Mother of Invention: A New Creative Map

Sometimes I  sit down at my clay table with a specific goal in mind, but no idea really how I’m going to do it.  Then I document each and every step of the design process to create what I call … Continue reading

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Just thought I would pop in and share some of the stuff I’ve been trying to work on when I have a few moments during the holidays.  As you know, I’ve been OBSESSED with mixing the Moroccan colors for the … Continue reading

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New Color Tuesday! It’s All About Copper

So I’ve just unpacked my clothing from my trip to the fantastic Arizona Polymer Clay Guild retreat in Prescott (more on that later!).  My clay stuff is waiting for me to unpack in the garage.  It was funny when I … Continue reading

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syns Pick for Top 10 Tools

I’m helping out a fellow “Tower of Power” while she recooperates from surgery to keep up with her blog posts: My Top Ten Tool Picks. “It’s an ageless question (or 3 a.m. at a clay retreat) – why do we … Continue reading

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All This and No Snoring Roommate!

A quick photo of the bracelet projects in my video for the Polymer Clay Adventure.  And there are 21 other great teachers as well! Imagine a retreat experience any time of the day or night- without having to pack up your … Continue reading

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TBT – The Treasures in the China Cabinet

My mother’s china cabinet has always proudly displayed the beautiful china my grandmother painted.  Over the years though, it’s become the repository for my treasures as well.  My old jewelry box my father brought from Japan, a couple of old … Continue reading

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TBT – the first bead swap?

In the Grand Ole Days of polymer clay, there was an artist living in Alabama/Georgia who organized twelve of us for a “Birthday Club” at one of the first Ravensdales (so we are talking 1998ish).  Someone had a birthday each … Continue reading

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