The Polymer Clay Smooshers are having a ball, and you’re invited!

They have posted an invitation to all of their fans to participate in the 2nd annual Masquerade Clay Ball.  If you enjoy making masks, whether small or large, click

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picture via moeart.blogspot.com

This is a currently in-progress swap being hosted by Constance Pelkey of Constance Pelkey Designs.

Clayers are putting in beads, tools, and other goodies.  At every stop, they are allowed to pull out a specified number of …

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Have you been dreaming of attending the annual IPCA (International Polymer Clay Association) Retreat?  Well then, get out your calendars and mark the date:

The week of July 11-13, 2011 there will be pre-retreat classes, and the retreat will run …

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The Southern Connecticut Polymer Clay Guild is holding their Clay ConneCTion Retreat in August, and there is still space available.

Retreats are a fantastic way to meet other clayers as well as stock up on inspiration!

Click here for more …

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Welcome to March!  If you haven’t yet, you need to go check out the pictures that Cythia Tinapple of Polymer Clay Daily has up on her site from Synergy 2!  So very much inspiring eye candy!   Click HERE to …

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Are you like me, dreaming of being at the Synergy 2 conference, but tied to home by other obligations or conflicts?

Isn’t it nice to know that we can enjoy the conference vicariously through the wonders of the internet, and …

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Registration opens September 15 for the second-ever Synergy conference, brought to you by the International Polymer Clay Association.

Click here tlogosqdo get the details direct from the website!

[tags]polymer clay conferences, events, IPCA[/tags]…

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by Kim Cavender

by Kim Cavender

The Bakersfield, California Polymer Clay Guild is hosting their first ever Clayathon next summer!  With great instuctors like Kim Cavendar, Lisa Pavelka, Jana Roverts Benzon, and Christi Friesen, this is looking to be a great event.

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ipcalogo1 The 2009 IPCA Retreat has come to a close, so let’s take a little tour of the write-ups in the blogosphere!

Kathi of Dragons Glass has this post full of the people who did demos throughout the retreat, and chocolate …

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by Shirley Rufener

by Shirley Rufener

You can learn how to make a gorgeous polymer clay shawl/scarf pin in this online class taught by Shirley Rufener, author of “Polymer Clay Mixed Media Jewelry”

Click here to go to her etsy shop for sign-ups!…

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progresspossibilities This is sure to be a treat for any polymer clay artist!  The IPCA has just released the book Progress and Possibilities: 2005-2008.  Made up of winners from their annual juried exhibition, this book will not only delight and …

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by Desiree McCorey

by Desiree McCorey

If the polymer clay world had a medal for “Helpful and Cool Tutorials, Tips, and Techniques,”  Desiree McCorey would surely be at the top of the list for receiving the honor!

She is constantly experimenting with techniques …

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by Sally Golubosky

by Sally Golubosky

A new class is being offered at Poly Clay Play Adventures for creating “Eureeka the Wonder Dragon.  There’s a discount if you sign up before April 4th, click on through for details here.

[tags]poly clay play, classroom …

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by Christi Friesen

by Christi Friesen

Isn’t this little guy a cutie?  Christie Friesen is offering an online class to create your very own “FuzzBun” starting tomorrow!  Click on through for details here. If you haven’t yet tried an online class – this …

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by KaptinScarlet

by KaptinScarlet

I’ve always been a big fan of fossils, and I definitely want to give making one of thes fossilized dinosaur eggs a try!  The tutorial, by Instructables user Kaptin Scarlet can be found here.

[tags]fossilized dragon egg, polymer …

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