I forgot to get to blithering about this part of my CF class – she talked about her book projects. The awaited Dogs book (the next in her sculpting series) will be in 2013.

And there are children’s books ahead …

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I live in Canada and not on either coast. As far as real life polymer clay classes go, this area may as well not exist. So when I heard that Christi Friesen was teaching relatively nearby I jumped at the …

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The Happy Acorn is actually husband and wife couple Lisa and Steve Nowakowski. They make cute or kawaii style figures and cake toppers from polymer clay and ship from their South Carolina studio.

Photo from The Happy Acorn on Etsy.…

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Cakezilla the Polymer Clay Wedding Cake Topper Beast

Here’s a cheeky and cute take on wedding cake topper by Karly West of Bitter Sweetz

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blue butterfly earrings by flowerlandshop

Sara of FlowerLandShop dropped me a line to tell me about her Etsy shop. She has some adorable pieces! She works in her Rome, Italy based studio, with clay and other media to make jewellery and other small decor items.…

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The Midnight Orange – D. Antonia Truesdale – is known for her mother and child sculpts. The style is simple but symbolic and emotional and many of the sculpts are memorials to help remember and celebrate the events in a …

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Tamara of IrrysistableJewels makes lovely sculpted pieces – jewellery and small figures. You can view more of her work in her Etsy shop or on her website.…

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Laura asked me to introduce her to you all and so I am – she makes lovely polymer clay jewellery which you can take a peek at on her blog at: http://laurahelfenberger.blogspot.com/ She also has a fan page on Facebook …

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Years ago when I found clay online – I did it for YEARS before I found it online – I found a few people who’s work I particularly loved. A little while in, I noticed Heather Powers (aka Humblebeads, also …

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Here’s a little mix up of what I often put out on Sundays about the clay-verse. This Sunday, instead, I’ll give a shout out to some of the clay related blogs I enjoy:

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Sometimes you just need a pop of colour and polymer clay can certainly deliver. Israeli artist Mira Pinki Krispil does beautiful, colourful work. Her vase has lovely canework and drawn elements. The whole shop is filled with lovely pieces.

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And, of course. if you’re utterly sick of Valentine’s Day – here’s just the piece for you! Roscata’s whole shop is full of quirky – and yes, a little twisted – awesomeness.…

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This piece has layers of texture and tons of elements to capture the eye! It helps that I am a sucker for sea colours and elements. Check out the rest of MandarinMoon’s fabulous shop – many of the items have …

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Need a non-traditional heart for your Valentine? Something not pink and sugary but still lovely? Cheryl Harris of Cherylsart has a whole section full of ‘em!…

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Creashines is always making great, quirky pieces including a series of fun statement rings for New Year’s. This would be the perfect ring to ring in the New Year with!…

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