Author Archives: The Flying Squirrel Studio

A Little Tute!

Yes, I am playing with words. I plan to share a little tutorial with you as well as tute my own horn!! I recently had the opportunity to do a demo for a joint meeting of the Palmetto/Sarasota Polymer Clay … Continue reading

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Looking Back, Before Looking Ahead

I have been running in circles since the beginning of the New Year in preparation for my youngest son’s wedding. The big event has come and gone with great success. What a great way to start the year with a … Continue reading

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Where Have I Been?

I just returned from a 23-day trip to southeast Asia. And what an adventure! Okay, truth be told, I returned just before Thanksgiving and have been racing to keep up with the holidays. Hope your holidays were great!! But oh … Continue reading

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I’m Off On An Adventure!

As Bilbo Baggins ran through the shire, shouting, at the beginning of the Hobbit movie (okay, I am a nerd)!! But I really am off on an adventure. I mentioned earlier in the year all the planning, research and general … Continue reading

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Paying Attention!!

Okay, yesterday was a fantastic day!  With everyone’s positive feedback, I was floating on air!! In fact, I woke up and was organized for the day ahead, ready to tackle my To-Do list. And I did. Samples were made and … Continue reading

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Gobsmacked

I just received the email from Bead and Button regarding class submittals. Out of nine classes submitted, they choose five!! I am surprised, thrilled, scared, shocked . . . . you get the idea. I can’t lie, I did do … Continue reading

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Teaching and Sharing

After my collaboration efforts last spring with Banyan Bay Studios, I decided that I should take things a little bit further. So I designed a few workshops based upon a variety of the samples I developed with them. Why not, … Continue reading

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