I was cruising around some old haunts on the web, and one of them was the Poly Clay Play website. When I found this gem of a site I was first beginning to explore clay. I love her site just as much today. Trish Hodgens is the owner of the Poly Clay Play site, which offers tools and unique supplies to help keep the polymer fun going with monthly sales. She also has monthly clubs for both, adults and children. There are free samples of a few of her her club projects on the site. Oh, and there are monthly challenges, this month was the Spooky Tabletop decor. It was a hard choice to pick from the entries . Last month the theme was “bugs”. That looked like a fun one also. She offers monthly kits for her members of the club to use with the challenges. Then, there’s the Yahoo group where you can keep up with the going’s on over there and to vote in the challenges.
The thing that I loved on the Poly Clay Play site; Trish has a new way of doing color-mixing recipes and it also cures the problem you may have of storing them. She calls her system ” Rainbow of Color System” ” The Poly Clay Play Color Recipes & Storage System”
Here is a small description from the website about her new color-mixing product-
“The Poly Clay Play” website is a superb site for polymer clay beginners to start. The monthly kits have all the instruction you need and Trish doesn’t mind answering any of you questions. She has well stocked supplies of all kind of goodies, I spotted a texture sheet that’s gonna be mine! So, beginner or pro, at least check out her supplies!
A comprehensive kit with everything you need except clay.
Poly Clay Play’s ~ Rainbow of Color System
Everything you need to create and save your recipes!
Recipe Card Pages hold up to 180 Recipes
Printed Recipe Cards for your New Polymer Clay Recipes
Pre-Printed Recipe Card with lots of colors to try
Polymer Clay Color Charts
Web Access to New Color Recipes
Step-by-Step Easy to Understand Instructions for making your own or following the included recipes.
Color chips at your fingertips. Easy to See – Easy to Recreate!
Let me know if anyone has one or gets one, so you let me know how easy it is.
[tags]Polymer Clay – General, color recipes, Poly Clay Play, monthly kits, challenges, website review[/tags]