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The Art & Craft Market by Scott Elliott
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October 4th 03 12:20 AM
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Back With a Bang! :o) by >^,,^
Hello familiar and new folks! Gosh it's good to be back reading this group, but better than that, it's GREAT to be back to claying!!!!! I won't bore you with all the gory details, but it was just this past week that I was finally able to get back to my clay (and stained glass). I've got SO many...
October 3rd 03 06:03 AM
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MSATClayArt Halloween Wreath by Cichlid
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MSATClayArt/ put together a polymer clay Halloween Wreath for this months issue of www.pcpolyzine.com People sent pieces from all over and they were attached to a grapevine base. Nora Jean, the fearless leader of the group has a page set up for it www.norajean.com It...
October 2nd 03 11:54 PM
by Cichlid Go to last post
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Helloooo - Again by OopsArt
Hi everyone, Haven't been on this message board for a while now, but just started reading and looking at all you wonderful works! I have some polymer clay tools up for auction, unusual ones I might add, like Japanese character type sets to stamp your clay. Please take a...
October 2nd 03 06:38 PM
by OopsArt Go to last post
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thin clay... by Bead Sprite
Hi there! I introduced myself yesterday and I now have a question. I like to make very thin pieces from polymer clay but I'm finding that they don't harden enough, they stay very flexible. This is the case for all clays that I've used i.e. Premo, Fimo, Sculpey III etc.. Anyone found a way to...
October 2nd 03 02:37 PM
by Bead Sprite Go to last post
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New Swap - Animal Print by Tonja L.
Animal Print being so popular right now gave me the itch to host another swap. You can make anything your heart desires as long as it has animal print. examples: bracelet, earring, barrette, pen, etc. Does not have to be jewelry. It's groups of 10 swappers, so you need to make 9 items per group....
October 2nd 03 02:29 AM
by Tonja L. Go to last post
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My designs "borrowed" by rosecatts
It has come to my attentiion that a poster here is using my designs of inlaid crystals as her own original design. Let it be known that I was designing these since 1999! I hope Leigh does lay the cards on the table and let the posters at PCC know the name of the clayer who uses other's ideas freely...
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September 30th 03 02:35 AM
by Shayla Anthony Go to last post
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Is Polymer clay water proof by The Zieber's
Hello, I want to make a fountain with Sculpey III clay. Does bakeing the clay make it water proof. If it does not then what can I use to seal it. Thank you for your time --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
September 28th 03 03:49 PM
by The Zieber's Go to last post
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Three beads necklace Challenge at PCBJ by PoRRo
PCBJ proudly presents: THREE BEADS NECKLACE CHALLENGE Deadline 15th of October Instructions at http://porro.claymountain.com/challenge1.html PöRRö
September 28th 03 06:51 AM
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Interested in claying in Spokane, WA? by Tonja Lenderman
I am trying to arrange a once a month play day in Spokane, Wa. Spokane Art Supply said we could use their classroom. They have 2 stores, valley on Sprague and west side on Monroe. Just need to figure out which day would be best for everyone. Saturdays are fairly full at both stores. Weekdays are...
September 26th 03 09:47 PM
by Tonja Lenderman Go to last post
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Business Card Cases - I'd appreciate anyone's input by Larry Rubin
I'm about to place a large order for business card cases and there are three general types I'm trying to decide between. If you have seen my compact kits, I had them specially made for me with a recess on the top to hold a piece of clay (http://www.polymerclayprojects.com/compacts.htm). I was...
September 26th 03 02:09 AM
by falc Go to last post
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What was Ravensdale like?? by Sherry Bailey
Hi all. Well, since I had to miss Ravensdale, I would like to hear followups! I looked around a bit and didn't see much here, unless I missed it. (I just started scanning the group again quite recently...) What new techniques did you all learn? (Just a brief description, not the "secret...
September 25th 03 06:07 PM
by Kellie Robinson Go to last post
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polymer vs. paper clay by Sjpolyclay
hi, can someone pls. advice on this. what is the difference between polymer and paper clay. in what situation is it better to use one over the other . pls. describe the situation and the advantages of one over another. links would be much appreciated. Wow, this sounds kinda like an essay...
September 25th 03 05:55 PM
by Sjpolyclay Go to last post
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Jody Bishel's Celebration cups by Eni Oken
I just wanted to post a message about Jody Bishel's celebration cups, what awesome work! I really like the medieval/rennaissance look they have... Check it out: http://www.pbase.com/image/19617490 Lovely! -- Eni ----------------- http://www.oken3d.com
September 24th 03 08:47 PM
by Diane Villano Go to last post
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Toaster ovens by Peggy McCall
I'm just getting started working with polymer clay and have been reading a LOT of books. One book recommended that items baked in toaster ovens be tented with aluminum foil because the rapid heat cycling by these ovens could cause burning. Has anyone had this trouble? Is tenting necessary? Is...
September 23rd 03 04:07 PM
by Helen \Halla\ Fleischer Go to last post
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Modeling clay as a substitute for "clay bars" for auto detailing? by Jon Noring
Hello, For a while I've used what is called a "clay bar" product to remove surface contaminants from automobile paint finishes. It works very well -- it borders on a miracle product. How one uses it is to apply a lubricant (such as a soapy solution) to a small section of the car and one slides...
September 23rd 03 12:36 AM
by Boris Mohar Go to last post
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NYPCG Classes by falc
Gwen Gibson will be coming to the New York Polymer Clay guild October 4th and 5th. On Saturday the class will be 'Frosted Beads' and on Sunday 'Mad Caps'. Classes are held at St John's University, 101 Murray Street. (Across from the site where the WTC stood.) Gwen's site and a preview of the...
September 22nd 03 02:31 PM
by falc Go to last post
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Doll Hair by mel7474
Hi , Does anyone know of a UK Doll Hair supplier ? At the moment I use Polymer Clay Pit which sells viscose hair and its great but I'd like to know where to buy different colours - maybe mohair ?? Thank you :) Melx BayBay Creations http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dylan.jones/
September 21st 03 12:49 AM
by Dawn Stubitsch Go to last post
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biodegradable peanuts - uses? by MFrankenberg
oooh, oooh! I know this one! Toss some in water! If they dissolve, they're cornstarch. If kids see you doing this, plan on losing some of your supply, because it's fun. You can use these to make hollow beads or structures, & you can use them to prop things up during baking, & you can probably...
September 19th 03 01:47 AM
by Bead Sprite Go to last post
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intro.. by Bead Sprite
Hello, Some of you may know me from Delphiforums. I'm the one that did the Egyptian Choker tute at Sculpey.com. :) I've been lurking for a while and today, I finally thought I'd like to start posting! So, here I am!
September 19th 03 01:38 AM
by Bead Sprite Go to last post
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