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In This Vol-018:
Color Recipes:

1A. Wild Geranium
2A. Modern Romance
3A. Slate
4A. Rain

Video Topics:

1. Holly & Berry Canes
2. Book Beads
3. Mica Shift Technique
4. Wire Wraps & Loops

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Customer Reviews (Volume-018):

  • I love the gentle softness of this [Wild Geranium] palette. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Hi Cindy. I just love the way you discribed each of these [Geranium] colors. I felt so inspired after reading it. You are unbelievable and so talented in so many different things. ~Helen-S
  • What beautiful colors, they are right up my alley. ~Jennifer-B
  • This one’s right up my street! I love these colours. ~Silverleaf
  • They’re my favorite colors too!  Thanks Cindy, I look out for your email every Friday. Have a great week. ~Cheryl-H
  • You know, if you ever decide to give up clay, you’d probably be very successful at Interior Design. Your color palettes are awesome. ~Katie-C
  • Hi Cindy, Here I am with my Holly Berry Canes and what I did with them. I was lucky enough to have all the recipes for the colours so went ahead and made them all up before I started. I loved the Succulent red and the Frosted Leaf colours. I made 2 necklaces, and another pendant, and a bell like decoration. Haven’t finished that one properly yet. Finished most of them by sanding and polishing with Denim cloth. Was very pleased with the shine I got with the denim. Put some gold glitter in the Forest Floor clay color. OK onto the next project. Thanks for all your efforts. Love, ~Elizabeth-K
  • Holiday canes yes, yes, yes. I go back and look over the past vids for ideas, it’s like going to the supermarket and going up and down looking and thinking “now what do I want to make… OH! this looks interesting.” ~Ken-H
  • I love this idea! I love how you make your canes small. That way if it doesn’t work out you don’t use up too much clay. But, sometimes you end up with the best “scrap” clay for marble-like beads. So, to have interchangeable canes sounds great with endless possibilities! ~Catalina
  • I love it !!!! The great thing about Holly is that it is not just for the Christmas season. Holly can be worn all winter and by people of different cultures and faiths. ~Anna-S
  • Hi Cindy, loved watching the book tut just now and as usual you have inspired lots of ideas as to what to do with it. I can see myself doing miniature art journals for friends that journal. Mmmm… have to put more thought into that one.  Anyway thanks for the tut it is so cute. Bye Love, ~Elizabeth-K
  • I have 2 grandchildren who absolutely love to read and will love getting this as a stocking stuffer this Christmas. Thanks for the great instructions on your [Book Bead] movie clip. Hugs. ~Adrienne-L
  • My daughter loves to read. This book-bookmark will make a wonderful stocking stuffer for her! Thanks. ~Maria-C
  • Love Love Love it. This [Book Bead Bookmark Idea] is a perfect gift for my Grandkids to make for their teachers at school and church. We are going to give it a try right away. Thanks again Cindy for another fantastic lesson. You are terrific!!!!!!!!!!! ~Peggy-B
  • The books are coming along fine, first Christmas gifts are ready for the oven. ~Joyce-M
  • I have just finished three of Cindy’s little book beads they are so interesting to make. Now onto the next on my list mica shift beads uhmmm a challenge me thinks. ~Ritzs
  • WOW thank you for this Cindy. I have always loved the mica shift technique, but was never good at it. You taught me something new that will help a lot, and that was the putting the clay on the rounded surface to slice. I am not good at the bending of the blade. Thanks again for a great, informative video. ~Kriss-J
  • Cindy, that was a great Mica Shift tutorial. I especially like the idea of putting the clay on a bottle to cut it.  If you aren’t use to bending the blade, it can make some really deep gouges.  I learned the hard way. When I cut my beads out, especially with the pearl and metallic colors of Premo, I put a piece of Saran wrap over the clay first and it gives them a beveled edge cut. Great video, I look forward to Friday’s to see what new and wonderful things you are going to do next. ~Bonnie-K
  • Thanks for the new added suggestions. I never had much luck bending my blade without gouging out too much in some areas.  It’s a fun technique [Mica Shift]. ~Anna-S
  • One thing I love about mica shift is that because you’re using a single colour of clay, if you don’t like the pattern you make you can just mush it up and start again – no waste if you get it wrong. ~Silverleaf
  • Wonderful tut Cindy. I have struggled to shave the top of mica shifts in the past, with not so good results. How did you think to curve the clay on a bottle? Wonderful! Thanks. ~Claycass
  • Cindy, Thank you for another wonderful tut!! [Mica Shift Technique] ~Elizabeth-S
  • I’ve done mica shift before, but everytime you have a video on something I’ve already done, I find out something new. ~Freda-K
  • Cindy – LOVE this week’s [Mica Shift] video! ~Linda-K
  • Awesome as usual Cindy, and… I have those exact texture plates! ~Pam-M
  • Well I didn’t get to watch the video on Friday because of a migraine but I felt better so I gave it a shot and loved the video as I always do. I have done the mica before and love doing it but I do have to admit curving the blade and skimming off the top sometimes got the best of me and I have to roll my clay up and start over. One good thing no waste. So I am looking forward to trying the clay on a bottle. I do learn something new every time I watch a video. Thank you again for adding to my collection of Cindy’s fantastic tips. Your the best and now it is back to bed for me, I am not going to chance another migrain. I have too much clay fun to look forward to today. Have a clayfull weekend everyone!!!!!!!!!!!! ~Peggy-B
  • Hi Cindy, So glad you did this tutorial! I’ve wanted to learn how to do this [Mica Shift Technique] for a long time. ~Sue-W
  • This [Mica Shift Tutorial] was certainly worth the wait! What a beautiful effect. I also like the metal-lined hole in the pendant. I too, love easy techniques! Thanks Cindy. ~Susan-B
  • Hi Cindy. The Mica shift tut is wonderful. I have seen and read plenty on it before but have never had it so clearly demonstrated as to make me feel I can go right to it and get it right. Thanks again you Wonderful Poly Lady. Love XXX. ~Elizabeth-K
  • I too got the mica shift mood and did some great ones thanks to your tutorial. I especially loved the clay on the bottle trick. It makes the slicing down so much easier. And you are totally correct in the sanding and buffing makes all the difference in the world. I had a couple that didn’t even look like the shift happened until I sanded them. Way cool technique and your tips make all the difference (as usual)  :) ~Laurel-B
  • Hi Cindy, I have NEVER been good at mica shift. I normally screw it up by slicing too deep. Your technique made me like it a lot better. And MAN the sanding and buffing really makes the pattern pop. I am so excited. I am going to be a mica shift fool for a while. Thanks for showing me and the entire group a better way to do this fascinating technique. ~Kriss-J
  • This is the video that convinced me to become a member. I just love this [Mica Shift] effect and can’t wait to try it. I’m REALLY new to clay so I’ll have to start slow, but one day I hope to be proud of my creations. Thank you for all of the tips and tutorials! ~Jayne-W
  • I’ve been bitten by the wire working bug..!! It just goes so well with chunky polymer beads! I too am excited about the holly cane. I just love the necklace you used as an example to show us the different ways to use the cane. Gorgeous!! Thanks so much for everything you teach us Cindy!!!!! ~Lisa-W
  • Hi, Cindy! I loved the new video on wire wrapping! I’ve been making rosaries and wired up jewelry for awhile now, and found 3 Step Round Nose Looping Pliers to be invaluable to my collection of tools. Using 3 Step Pliers, your loops and jump rings are always the same size without worrying whether you’re in the exact same spot on your pliers or not – they are fool proof, amazing, and sell for about $20 on most jewelry supply sites. I use mine constantly and they save a lot of time. I love creative people – if there is a need, someone will make a tool to satisfy that need. ~Jayne-W
  • Absolutely loved the Video. I have been struggling trying to do these wire wraps on some of my projects, but they were not turning out so good. This video has showed me what I was doing wrong…cant wait to go get started..This time I know they will turnout good. Thanks again for really great videos. ~Jackie-N
  • Cindy, you have me well and truly hooked. I’m even trying the messy bits and I don’t do messy lol. ~Debs-A
  • Cindy, the Holly Berry Cane came out terrific! I watched your video so many times and went back over all your instructions, I added translucent and very carefully and patiently got it down to about the size of a quarter, nickel and dime size canes. It turned out GREAT! I think the light bulb came on during this process and I am in clay heaven. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your guidance, I am so pumped up now to tackle the next one! ~DixieAnn-S

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I love the gentle softness of this [Wild Geranium] palette. ~Elizabeith-S