Open invitation to polymer clay artists…. The 411 There is no fee to participate, but advance registration is required. Certain logistics and guidelines have been established for the collective success of both the project and the exhibition. Detailed instructions, resources, and templates will be sent directly to each participating artist. Deadline … Continue reading →
Pantone has announced their top ten colors for women for Fall 2013. The colors are: Deep Lichen Green (a muddied hunter green), Acai (a purple inspired by the berries), Emerald, Mykonos Blue (inspired by the Greek Island), Turbulence (a true grey), Samba (a favorite of Rachel Roy), Linden Green (a … Continue reading →
Happy Halloween! The photo below is me and my two grandchildren, goblins. 🙂 I just noticed that it’s been almost two months since I last posted. So, what have I been up to? Not a whole lot actually. I’ve been in a funk….maybe it’s the change in seasons or just … Continue reading →
Maybe you’re wondering what my morning cup (or two three) of coffee has to do with anything? Well, besides the fact that I don’t function very well without coffee, I love my coffee mug. I drink out of the same mug every morning. There’s a back-up mug exactly like it … Continue reading →
Many people had a love affair with the old Premo! copper, myself included. Since it was one of the colors that was discontinued in 2011, you might be running out. Oh the horror! This recently happened to someone….when you do production work and rely on certain colors, then those colors … Continue reading →
My business up to this point has been built on word-of-mouth referrals. I decided this year to step it up with some advertising. I’m starting small…small is definitely the key word here. Grabbing someone’s attention with a 125 by 125 pixel ad is not an easy thing to do. Here’s … Continue reading →
Where you purchase your polymer clay is important. Case in point, I was in the middle of working on color mixes for the Kato Spring 2012 color recipe ebook and opened a “new” package of magenta. The first thing I noticed was that the color in the middle of block … Continue reading →
February’s Monthly Muse inspiration is all about tribal prints in neutral colors like black, white and tan (Nomad). If you’re feeling bold… try adding a pop of color, like Tangerine Tango or Deep Orchid. Or add rich gold for a luxurious look. I did manage to find a little time … Continue reading →
Yes! The FIMO Spring 2012 color recipes are done and the ebook is now available right here on my website and in my Etsy shop. The blast from the past happened a couple of days ago on Facebook. My friend Amy posted a couple photos…. …These were the beads that … Continue reading →
At the moment, I’m lovin’ the spring pastels. As you may remember, the last color palette of the week (CPAW) for 2011, consisted of Margarita, Sweet Lilac and cockatoo. Today I wanted to share what Veronique Hoffmann (Fimomaus) created with this color palette. The combination of the crackle look with … Continue reading →
Happy New Year! Hope you all are having a great start to 2012. We spent New Year’s Eve at home with the kids and grandson. From the photo below, it looks like our grandson was going to outlast my husband and Buddy the dog. 🙂 Tomorrow is our grandson’s 2nd … Continue reading →
Hope you all had a Merry Christmas! I have been enjoying family time and a little break from work, but time to get back at it. I have lots of plans for 2012. Sweet spring colors make up this week’s color palette a week (CPAW). Margarita, Sweet Lilac and Cockatoo … Continue reading →
Vibrant colors for this week’s color palette a week (CPAW). It’s hard to believe that there is only one more Monday left in 2011. I’m off to try and finish up my Christmas shopping today. I’m so behind and feeling the stress. Must remember to breathe…..
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