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Keeping It Simple

Yeah, I know, it’s a great concept but I rarely apply it. It has been a last minute rush . . . . ok, a last week rush to get ready for the Synergy 4 conference. Supplies for three workshops, … Continue reading

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Pounding Metal

I haven’t played with metal in a while, but I had an opportunity to take a fold forming workshop with Nancy Megan Corwin!! Yes, I know about my addiction to workshops, but who could say no to this opportunity?!?! Nancy … Continue reading

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Getting Ready to Teach

I am getting ready for a class I will be teaching at Fandango, a polymer clay retreat in central Florida (www.oapcguild.com). The class will cover the mica shift technique in a 4-hour pre-retreat class. The mica shift technique utilizes the … Continue reading

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Oh Fandango!

Fandango is an annual polymer clay retreat organized by the Orlando Area Polymer Clay Guild (oapcguild.com). It is a 5-day retreat where you are able to take three different 1-day classes from internationally known polymer clay instructors. The retreat runs … Continue reading

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Learning, Playing and Experiments

Going to Creative Journeys Studio is like receiving a big warm hug. It is a beautiful facility, run by two lovely (and talented) women, Ellen Prophater and Sue Sutherland (http://creativejourneystudios.blogspot.com). They have a permanent gallery of polymer clay that documents … Continue reading

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