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COMM: Rubber Stamps, PC Books etc by Jan Ruhnow
I've listed several lots of rubber stamps, magazines and books (some Polymer clay) on Ebay..all in good condition. If you'd like to have a look, the url is http://cgi6.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewSellersOtherItems&include=0&userid=janruh&sort=3&rows=25&since=-1&rd=1 You can also do a SEARCH for...
October 25th 03 07:41 PM
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The Art & Craft Market by Scott Elliott
The Art & Craft Market has a large collection of links they also offer lots of free features like news, hosting, software, forums, terms, and more! http://www.artcraftmarket.com
October 25th 03 09:10 AM
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AD: Polyclay Lizard Kaleidoscope by Juanita Floyd
Don't remember posting a note here about the kaleidoscope I have on E Bay right now. It ends on Friday afternoon. I'm sure that everyone here can do better, so I'm not expecting any buyers from this venue, but comments are...
October 24th 03 02:00 AM
by eliquint Go to last post
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safety concerns by Heiko
Wotcher as some of you know im attempting to create ocarinas out of polymer clay, but before i do i was just wondering about the mouth piece (thanks to Diane Black of www.glassattic.com for pointing out this concern to me) is polymer clay safe to have in contact with a mouth. although it says...
October 23rd 03 03:50 PM
by Sjpolyclay Go to last post
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FS: Books and magazines by Jan Ruhnow
EXPRESSION - $4 each -great condition! 2003 Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-June
October 21st 03 11:16 PM
by Jan Ruhnow Go to last post
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Sculpey Eraser Clay - one year later by Irwin
A year ago, I asked whether anyone knew about the durability of Sculpey Eraser Clay. I wanted to use it as the bottom of my boxes because it is somewhat spongy rather than hard. Well.... I never did formal testing of the material, but recently I did find out the suitability of trhe material for my...
October 21st 03 09:06 PM
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October 21st 03 10:41 AM
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AD: One more time - shipping/packaging supplies group buy by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uline_coop/ tyvek mailers bubble mailers boxes tissue paper bags more... 15 members and growing.
October 20th 03 08:48 PM
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The Michaels Book of Arts and Crafts by Shayla Anthony
I just bought the new book by Lark Publications and Michaels. It does have a small Polymer Clay section, nothing that's new to seasoned veterans of clay though, but does have some good pictures of projects by a few folks in the clay community. But it's a good reference for new clayers, and has a...
October 20th 03 02:06 AM
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Trick or "RETREAT" - Pittsburgh Polymer Clay Retreat by Shayla Anthony
Trick or RE-Treat New clayers, experienced clayers: Seek shelter from the ghosts and goblins of life at the Pittsburgh Polymer Clay Guild's Retreat Weekend --- October 31st through November 2, 2003!
October 20th 03 01:35 AM
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Need presentation advice by Georgia
I have been selling one-of-a-kind jewelry (wholesale and retail) for 5 years, and I've got presentation issues and paraphernalia (cards, tags, cases, etc.) pretty much figured out. Today I made a (for me) big sale of my polymer clay beads (73 beads in lots of 5-9) to a new client, and I felt like a...
October 20th 03 12:47 AM
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Curing with an Expoxy ??? by Rachel
Take a look at this eBay auction which sports small statues made in your or a friends image. They appear to be made from polymer clay .. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=348&item=3148347992 However, the seller said that the artists do not bake them to cure them but they use...
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October 19th 03 02:14 PM
by Kathmandu Go to last post
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Really square cutters? by Irwin
Does anyone know where to get a set of truly square cutters for large squares? Especailly without seams. I have a set of Kemper cutters for small squares. I am happy with those and want somethinhg similar for larger squares. The canape cutters I have for larger squares don't cut the mustard...
October 18th 03 04:59 PM
by Kathi Gose Go to last post
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sw iowa clayers ?? by craftingclay
Are there any clayers on this list from Southwest Iowa??
October 18th 03 04:39 PM
by Rebecca Casady Go to last post
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Public Service Announcement for Polymer Clayers by Jeanne Rhea
Lapidary Journal has published a new magazine called Step-by-Step Clay Jewelry. First issue goes on sale November 18. According to the blurb in Lapidary Journal's current issue..."Accomplished jewelers show you how to make projects using the new polymer and metal clays, as well as the more...
October 18th 03 03:19 PM
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Public Service Announcement for Polymer Clayers by Jeanne Rhea
Lapidary Journal has published a new magazine called Step-by-Step Clay Jewelry. First issue goes on sale November 18. According to the blurb in Lapidary Journal's current issue..."Accomplished jewelers show you how to make projects using the new polymer and metal clays, as well as the more...
October 18th 03 02:53 PM
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Going to teach ! by Diana Curtis
I have been asked to teach a class on polymer clay at our local library. Its my choice what project to offer, what age group and how many people at a time. Im stoked! Its my chance to introduce people to the versatility and fun of polymer clay. Some of you have taught classes.. I have not. Would...
October 18th 03 02:42 PM
by Diana Curtis Go to last post
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Omnigrid ruler ...work surface by DianeGlassAttic
I need to make a correction or two about the Omnigrid rulers I mentioned before (for making square and parallel cuts in sheets of clay for boxes or strips... in the "Curing with Epoxy" or similar-sounding thread). Firstly, all markings are actually on the BACK side of the rulers sold now,...
October 17th 03 04:57 PM
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Gwen Gibson Class in Houston by Sue Deaunim
There are still a few slots open for Gwen Gibson's Patina Box Pendant Class in Houston on October 25 & 26. If you'd like to sign up, please refer to the Houston Polymer Clay Guild website for more details: http://www.npcg.org/houston/classes.htm
October 16th 03 04:25 PM
by Sue Deaunim Go to last post
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Mixing Clay brands by Emily
Hello. I've been lurking on this list a while, and I"m fairly new to claying. I am finding it rather addictive though :). I have two brands of clay currently, some Sculpey III and some Primo. (O.k. they're both by sculpey,but they are different kinds). I got the Sculpey III when it was on sale...
October 16th 03 03:57 PM
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