Free color palette with polymer clay color recipes
Polymer Clay Color Recipes for Premo, FIMO Professional, and Kato brands of polymer clay and tutorials.
Other Products To Check OutSimple Slicer
I love tools that serve more than one purpose. Lee Ann Armstrong's Simple Slicer not only allows you to achieve thin slices of polymer clay canes, it can also hold your 3 x 5" color recipe cards.
Marcy's Signature Clay
If you work with Kato polymer clay, Marcy of Marcy's Signature Clay has some beautiful flower canes. And those of you who use my color recipes will recognize some of the color names....
What is Creative Habit Inspiration Challenge? A Facebook group open to any artistic medium. A new inspiration challenge prompt will be posted each Monday. Upload your photo to the corresponding week’s challenge album. *Photos must be new work inspired by the challenge. The purpose of this challenge is to inspire … Continue reading
Get inspired! Stay inspired! If you’re not a newsletter subscriber, now’s the perfect time to join. You will receive a FREE color palette with corresponding polymer clay color recipes for Premo, FIMO Classic and Kato just for signing up. Then a couple of times a month, you will receive the … Continue reading
These cute cupcakes that I made over the weekend for my daughter’s birthday make a pretty spring color palette.
My mom has her house for sale and has started the process of cleaning out. I’m now the proud owner of an antique steamer trunk, which is a story for another day. However, the trunk was filled with scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photos, etc. Today I want to share a gem … Continue reading
I’ve extended the $5 sale on the Deal-A-Muse card set through January 31, 2014. I am surprised that more people haven’t taken advantage of this great deal. How many times have you sat down to make something and have no idea what to make? You waste your precious creative time … Continue reading
Here’s a little color inspiration of the warm and snuggly variety… When I sit down to watch a little tv in the evenings, I like to crochet. The afghan in the photo is my current project. The great thing about crocheting an afghan is that it keeps me warm while … Continue reading
Let’s doodle away the whole week. In the last post, we used doodling as a way to help bust through creative blocks. You can also use your doodles in a more direct way, by incorporating them into your design. This will work with many different mediums, but we’re going to … Continue reading
Just a quick post to let you know I’m still here…been having a very busy summer. Sometimes nature reminds us to stop and enjoy what is around us. The combination of storm clouds and sunset painted a beautiful picture last weekend. I’m working on the Kato Fall 2012 color recipes. … Continue reading
March’s Monthly Muse is all things floral. Big or small, bright or pastel, realistic or abstract, anything goes. Not sure what the Monthly Muse is. Each month I will be your Muse by providing an inspiration challenge. The idea is to step outside your comfort zone, try something new and … Continue reading
Here’s the view, “Lookin’ out my back door” this morning. Now I’ll have that song stuck in my head all day. 🙂 I’m not a big fan of snow. However, there is something so peaceful about a fresh blanket of white. The world seems to be more quiet and calm. … Continue reading