The Evolution of a Design Or a look into the crazy inter-workings of a creative mind. I thought I would combine #TBT (Throw Back Thursday) with some thoughts on the evolution of a design. Often a design pops into your head fully formed and you take it from there. Other … Continue reading →
One of my bead friends has a bead shop (how fun is that?) and I occasionally send beads that she sells on consignment. Ok, I haven’t been very good about sending her new beads recently. Anyway, she contacted me because she’s going to be having a small bead show in … Continue reading →
Yes, I’m mixing seasons here with summer flowers and announcing the FIMO Classic fall 2013 color recipe ebook. Honestly, I’m usually working with multiple seasons all at the same time. It’s spring/summer here and I’m inspired by flowers and patterns now, but I’m also working on color mixes for fall/winter … Continue reading →
2012 has been crazy busy so far and my calendar just keeps filling up… The Premo! Fall 2012 Polymer Clay Color Recipe Ebook is now available. It can be purchased here on my website or in my Etsy shop. The FIMO Classic and Kato versions will be available as soon … Continue reading →
I’ve been slacking in the blog department. However, I did manage to get my taxes filed and my studio mostly cleaned up and reorganized. Even though my studio isn’t completely cleaned up, I decided I needed some time to play with clay. I’m starting with my old standby…floral beads. Holy … Continue reading →
Friday finds is pretty self explanatory. I’ll be sharing things that catch my eye. This week is the work of Roberta Warshaw. Roberta’s background in graphic design is evident in her polymer clay bead and jewelry designs. Her mix of texture, geometric shapes and crisp clean colors has a modern … Continue reading →
Polymer Clay Color Recipes for Premo, FIMO Professional, and Kato brands of polymer clay and tutorials.
Other Products To Check Out
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....