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  • Just wanted to say 'Thanks' :-)

    Hi all, I just felt the need to say 'thank you' to this little community. At the beginning of this year I started playing with polmer clay just for fun (inspired by people like Emma (and her amazing shop!)). Now polymer clay has become my main medium. I really don't know how I managed without it! Would never have even tried it but for the inspiration and creativity of the folks on this forum. So....thanks guys.



    Elizabeth
    Elizabeth

    www.elizabethcampbell.org.uk

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    Hee hee,

    I love posts like this! (and thank you for your kind mention for my work and my shop!)

    I love hearing how people are getting into polymer clay and enjoying exploring all its possibilities. It really is an endlessly fascinating medium I think.

    I just had a look at your blog and you are doing some truly gorgeous work with the clay. I can't believe you only started this year! Please post some of your Floozy Chantoozy pieces for everyone to see, because they are spectacular! (I would love to put them in my customer gallery pages too, with links to your blog of course. So email me if you are interested in that)

    Happy claying -
    Emma
    www.ejrbeads.co.uk - unique art beads & more
    www.ejrbeads.co.uk/shop - beads, polymer clay, glitters and inks oh my
    www.facebook.com/EJRBeads - Like me at Facebook!

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    • #3
      That's a lovely story Elizabeth and well done you for acknowledging the help you received from others. I am a great believer in saying thank you (and sorry if necessary ) to people when required it spreads the little feel good fairy around.

      I love your little clay corset brooches too, where are you selling them ?

      Onwards and upwards and best of luck. Mo.XX
      Mo. Bodrighy Wood.
      Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage..Lao Tzu.
      www.bodrighy.co.uk
      https://twitter.com/#!/AuntieMornie

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      • #4
        So glad you've got into it! I am making jewellery a lot but have slowed right down on making my own beads. The reason was that I found I couldn't sell the pieces with the handmade beads at a price that made all my hard work making them worth it. (Does that even make sense?)

        Well done on your pieces- they are amazing!! I wish I was as good at Polymer clay.. Maybe I should try again :-)

        Amanda xx
        Amanda xx

        Once Designer Jewellery


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        • #5
          I too have had a drool over your blog - I adore the corset/dress pieces, they are amazing
          ContinuumDesigns- artisan polymer clay beads for one-of-a-kind designs.

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          • #6
            Wow I luv teh floozy range they are fantastic. well done for being a quick study...
            Handmade jewellery, to buy gifts or just to treat yourself visit my website, commissions welcome or join me on facebook for a chat

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            • #7
              Would like to thank Emma too (and other forum members) for their help. I havent come along as far as Elizabeth yet but I hope to one day! I love polymer clay and recently had the courage to use my extruder (thanks Emma!) hoping that I will be able to add more jewellery made of polymer clay to my stock soon :-)
              Bedecked Beads-Handcrafted Jewellery from Scotland

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              • #8
                Wow all your pieces are lovely,
                good luck with them they are great
                sally

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by craftybeader View Post
                  Would like to thank Emma too (and other forum members) for their help. I havent come along as far as Elizabeth yet but I hope to one day! I love polymer clay and recently had the courage to use my extruder (thanks Emma!) hoping that I will be able to add more jewellery made of polymer clay to my stock soon :-)
                  Oh thanks for your kind comments - although no need for thanks. Shutting me up when I start going on about polymer clay would be the hard trick!

                  Emma
                  Emma
                  www.ejrbeads.co.uk - unique art beads & more
                  www.ejrbeads.co.uk/shop - beads, polymer clay, glitters and inks oh my
                  www.facebook.com/EJRBeads - Like me at Facebook!

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