Ancient Modern: Book giveaway!

by Ronna Sarvas Weltman

by Ronna Sarvas Weltman

Hello readers!  It’s time for another *drumroll please* book giveaway!  I’ll be giving the book  Ancient Modern: Polymer Clay and Wire Jewelry to one lucky commenter!  (And this is a really fabulous book!  You can read my review here.)

Leave us a note in the comments of this post – you can tell us about your favorite tool, your latest clay project, or just say hello.   This next part is very important: you must leave a way or me to get a hold of you, let you know you’ve won, and get your mailing information!

I will be drawing a name out of a hat and announcing it on the blog in one week  (Friday May 29)

[tags]book giveaway, ancient modern: polymer clay and wire jewelry[/tags]


  1. Elizabeth Freeman says

    This book looks beyond yummy!!! Currently I’m back into stamping on clay and then distressing. My most useful tool would be a toothpick or scewer to drill holes as I like stringing on rubber cording. My favorite tools are my texture sheets and the texture stamps I have made from clay.

    I’ll buy this book if I don’t win it…hope I went though, 😀

  2. says

    I’m really excited about this book and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. I’d love to win it but I’ll be buying a copy if I don’t.

  3. says

    The book looks great, I’m signing up for the drawing and keeping my fingers crossed

    Darla – arrived via Craft Gossip

    dbande AT hotmail DOT com

  4. Jackie Mellow says

    Polymer clay has opened a new world to me. After retiring as a nurse to help raise my grandson I knew I needed more. As my grandson grew I started working with clay. I am now also dabbling in collage, assemblage and encaustics among other things, but clay will always be first in my heart.

  5. DeeAnn S says

    I recently got interested in Polymer Clay and can use all the help I can get! I’m one for following directions to the “T” until I get the hang of it, so this is a book I can sink my teeth into. Thanks for the review and for the giveaway.

  6. ana says

    I live in the “bottom” of Europe in a tinny little country, Portugal. It’s a friendly , beautiful and sunny country.
    I have no longer a job, so I work at home creating all the projects I can get with polymer clay and wire ( rings, neclaces, incens supports…).
    Your book would be such a marvellous gift, that I do not dare to dream about. I never never never win a price ah ah ah !!!!
    I apoligize my english (my portuguese is much better!!!!)

    Bye bye and thank you for this chance to win your helpful book.


  7. sally wess says

    this book looks wonderful… right now i’m working on some clay gargoyles. one of my fav tools is the simple garlic press, gives me all kinds of squiggley things