Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Pinball Machine

That’s what my head feels like after taking a workshop and its all good! Ideas bouncing around . . . not sure what direction to go in . . . so many fun choices . . . energy level is … Continue reading

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Knock, Knock, Knock

One early morning while sipping coffee, I was pleasantly surprised by an unexpected e-mail. It was from Melanie Muir (www.melaniemuir.com ), an international jewelry artist from Scotland who works in polymer clay. She was going to be in the area … Continue reading

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Or was it Being Shot Out of a Cannon?!?

It is amazing what happens when you put yourself out there! In the middle of getting the blog together, I was going through the blogs I am addicted to, one of them is Cynthia Tinapple’s Polymer Clay Daily (www.polymerclaydaily.com). She … Continue reading

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The First Little Step Out of the Box

  Welcome to the flying squirrel studio. I promised myself that in 2016 I would stop waiting for the right time or until I crossed some mythical finish line before I was prepared to put myself out there in the digital … Continue reading

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