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In This Vol-024:
Color Recipes:

1A. Stargazer
2A. Raspberry
3A. Citrus
4A. Lime Wedge

Video Topics:

1. Ivy Leaf Charms
2. Leopard Cane
3. UV Epoxy Resin
4. Zebra Cane

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STARGAZER LILY A-SERIES COLOR PALETTE (+ General Comments)

  • Another lovely palette — THANK YOU, Cindy! (And Doug, of course.) These colors are FAB! ~Phaedrakat
  • Another beautiful palette, Cindy. “Stargazer” is a name my daughter uses in her computer world and these colors are as beautiful as she is. So this is more meaningful for me. ~Joyce-M
  • Reminds me of summer sherbets! Delish! Love these colors. ~Maureen-G
  • Those colours are gorgeous! How exciting! ~Laura-B
  • Wow! How vibrant! How pretty! ~Melinda-H
  • Stargazer Lilies are my favorite flower too. ~Anna-S
  • I love those bright vibrant colours! Great palette Cindy, and beautiful photo. :) ~Silverleaf
  • Very excited about these beautiful colors, Cindy! I am particularly curious about the recipe for the raspberry color as I have had a difficult time mixing red Premo colors – they seem to come out either too orangey or brown for me when I am aiming at a rich burgundy. There was this one dress I was trying to match the color of and after multiple attempts I just gave up! ~Maria-C
  • Ooooo, gorgeous colors… Such deep, vibrant colors… mmmmmm mmmm!! ~Lisa-W
  • I had to leave my Stargazer lily bulbs at the house because I didn’t have time to dig and move everything I wanted before the ground froze. What beautiful colors; will probably have to try making a lily with these. ~Koolbraider
  • One word – Beautiful! ~Catalina
  • Oooh, I love these colors.  I just love anything pink and stargazer lilies are also one of my favorite flowers. ~Linda-K
  • Beautiful!!  Those rich, vibrant colors are my favorites. ~Cheryl-H
  • Stargazer lilies are one of my favorites as well. I received a bunch a couple of weeks ago from my family when my seventeen year old schnauzer, Celine, died. They are just wilting now but the colours were so beautiful. I should plant some in my garden but for now the colour palette will suffice. ~Lawrence-S
  • What better colors to make you feel like spring is finally here. I have lilies of all colors all over my yard. I just wish they would keep reblooming all summer long. Thanks again Cindy and Doug for more great colors. ~Peggy-B
  • Hello, dear Cindy: I just wanted to tell you how fantastic YOU are. I was intrigued by an offer from another polymer clay instructor and paid $36 for a 40 minute video… which YOU would have easily, and I mean easily, covered in 9 minutes flat. WOW, what a value YOU offer!!!! Then I tried a PDF lesson, which, fortunately cost “only” $12. Well, maybe I am really stupid, because I was not able to follow the instructions. I think I’ll just stick with YOU! And that’s that! YOU are fabulous, your instructions are clear, precise and to the point and can be easily followed. Thank you and Doug, YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!! With very best regards, Gratefully. ~Christl-P

IVY LEAF CHARMS

  • Love your ivy leaf charms Cindy, that was a great video. Wish I had some of the beautiful leaves that I left back in Wisconsin. I really like the Studio by Sculpey for those types of pieces. ~Bonnie-K
  • Wow. Love the ivy leaf. Can’t wait to start making it. Everyone left for the weekend so I might just get some clay time in. ~Pollyanna
  • I love the “high tech” tool used to cut the ivy leaf! Now I understand why you used the Studio clay, good texture. ~Koolbraider
  • Love these leaves. I’m also thinking metallic, bronze would be good. Made rather alot of green recently with the jade which I am very pleased with as well. Thanks Cindy. ~Christine-L
  • I love this tut. I’m thinking of painting some grapevines and embellishing the painting with a few clay leaves to give it dimension. Still working it out in my head, but I think this technique is just what I need!! ~Linda-K
  • SUPER AWESOME TUTE – This is one of my favorites. Just love the endless possibilities with different leaves. As always you and Doug have given your best. Uuuuuugggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • Awesome video and technique! Thank you Cindy and Doug. This is another shining example of the extraordinary tutorials you guys make. I can’t wait to try — it seems pretty simple, and yet the results look intricate and detailed. It’s gonna be fun, experimenting with various leaves, and using different colors to antique them. I’m imagining all kinds of fun effects! Thanks again! ~Phaedrakat

LEOPARD CANE

  • This is so purrrrfect for my business. Since I am Jewelry Jungle, my boxes and bags are leopard print. Now I can use this cane to make little charms to go on my business cards. Thank you sooo much.  I love it! ~Laurel-B
  • Cindy, this is a wonderful tutorial. It never ceases to amaze me how you come up with your tricks to make things happen! I found your site a short time after I decided I wanted to learn how to work with polymer clay. I’ve been a teacher my entire adult life, so I know a good teacher when I see one. I also know an outstanding value. I watched your three free videos and immediately signed up for membership. You give us far more for our money than any other site – most single tutorials at other sites cost more than our monthly membership, which gives us 4 tutorials and 12 color recipes each month. After only a few months of using your techniques, I was already selling my polymer clay jewelry. ~Linda-K
  • Great video Cindy! Made it so simple to do! Thanks! ~Maureen-G
  • Even if you’re already confident in your polymer clay ability and knowledge, Cindy’s tutorials are very useful. As a group, we are able to suggest what tutorials will be taught next. I personally am not all about animal prints, but I did learn a few tips and techniques from the video that I didn’t have before (and that’s why I’m here). I’m lucky enough to have a learning style that works well with books. So I have a huge arsenal of books in my personal collection. However, there are a lot of people who find video to be a far better resource for them. These tutorials are a fantastic resource for anyone who’s learning style requires that. That being said, being a member of this site is so much more than the weekly tutorials. The funny stories and anecdotes from all the members is the added bonus for me. (I still giggle when I enter a hardware store, knowing that there are so many like me who get the weird looks and the strange questions regarding the items I am buying and why :) ~Ellabella
  • Boy have I been busy with the leopard cane! I love this the animal print. I can’t hardly wait to share what I have been making. I am ready for the zebra now :) ~Brenda-M
  • I don’t use credit cards but it may be a good idea to get one for this video. And yes Cindy and Doug you deserve all the praise anyone could ever give you. Your teaching is first class and your costs worth every penny, or should I say cent (hardly know its gone from my bank its such a small amount). And Doug your video shots are so clear a true professional. Love you both. So come on you non-members, join us. You wont miss the price of a hot dog a month – that’s about what this costs and 100% more benefit. We are learning and having fun just chatting to each other so come and meet us as a member. ~Ritzs
  • Okay, how many of us knew that the leopard’s spots had fuzzy edges?  Not me.  Cindy’s right, now that you think about it.  And now we have a better use for the nasty credit cards…!!! ~Koolbraider
  • Just watched the video! Looks like a really fun cane to do! :) ~Cindy-G
  • “Totally Wild!”  I went wild *LOL*  with the leopard cane. I sliced a hunk off to leave one pattern large print. I wrap a very, very, very thin sheet of dark on it to give it more of a darker background  This is a really fun cane to work with. You can do so much with it.  I am still making things with it. I am going to attempt to do something funky with the zebra cane. It will have to wait until I can get to the craft store to buy more clay. ~Brenda-M
  • Bet these skins will look good using the Stargazer lily colours – tropical camouflage for leopards. Was the story of Little Black Sambo part of your juvenile literary upbringing? “Now I’m the smartest tiger in the jungle” was the refrain, as Little Black Sambo bribed them with his clothes so they would not to eat him. Would make good frog skins, not to mention Spotted Cane Toad (groan) ~Squiddy
  • Well I wasn’t that keen on the idea of this when you first mentioned it Cindy, not really an animal print kinda girl but having watched the video I am a coming round to the idea. ~Cara-H
  • The coolest leopard pattern beads in the world, Cindy. As always, a great video!! ~Elizabeth-S
  • Cindy you and Doug – Well you have done it once again, like there was ever a doubt. So many ideas running through my head and color possibilities out the bump diddy bump. Thank you both for giving us more than we could possibly imagine. Uuuuuugggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • I loved the inspired colour choice of Lime Margarita paired with the Leopard Cane tute, for those who felt like going wild – although the au naturel looked great too. ~Mary-U

UV EPOXY RESIN

  • Hi Cindy: I love the UV Resin video – awesome. Can’t wait to purchase the supplies !! Love your web site – I just highly recommended you to a friend yesterday who was talking about making clay beads. Hope she signs up – will be the best investment she’ll make in learning how to make polymer clay beads. Take care. ~Samone
  • Excellent demo Cindy. A lot of great tips. I am now going to get on the internet to check about the availability of the product in Australia also. This product does seem easier to use than the other brands because it is not as thick. That is a big plus. A UV lamp is also important because last lot of curing saw a mosquito stuck on the finish! ~Cara-L
  • Hi Cindy and all,  just watched the Resin Video. Very interesting. Great to see some one who knows how to do it , makes one feel not so afraid to try it.  It is certainly a lovely finish to a project. ~Elizabeth-K
  • You are a student’s dream teacher. I can’t wait to try this. I am at my daughters in Peoria IL today had appt with specialist yesterday so we spent the night. Couldn’t sleep so I slipped downstairs to the study to get on the computer so I could watch this awesome TUTE!!! Had a moment of sure panic. My computer at home is set up to remember pass word and I forgot what it was. Thank God I finally remembered so here I am in a student’s class room of glory. I can not wait to try this at home. Due to the flame I will try this one without grand kids around. I am so glad you did this tute for us. I think there will be a lot of shine in everyone’s lives real soon. Have another great weekend with the kids Cindy and Doug. Shine away with lots of Uuuuuugggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • Cindy you are awesome! This is just what I have been looking for. [I hope to find the UV resin soon so I can try this process]. I have a friend that is arriving today for a few days. She is very interested in what I am doing with PC hopefully I will be able to get her hooked and she will become a member too. I used to look forward to Fridays for payday now I look forward to Fridays for clay day. Keep up the great work. ~Sandy-T
  • Great video Cindy. I have that resin and can’t wait to try it again. It got cloudy on the last thing I did but I think it was the piece. I like the idea of the candle lighter, mine came with a butane torch but I was afraid of it. Thank you so much. Really makes me want to do more resin especially since it’s 100 and very sunny here. ~Bonnie-K
  • Been needing this one Cindy. Thanks so much. ~Donna-I
  • Thank you so much Cindy and Doug! So many frustrating questions answered : using the shelf liner to keep the piece from moving, actually seeing how the bubbles are eradicated with the lighter, and knowing that the piece has to cure for 80 minutes with a 9 watt lamp (I was taking  my stuff out after 20 min and smearing it). On to making beautiful jewelry! ~Maria-C
  • Once again, Cindy lives up to her title “I learned by my mistakes so now you don’t have to!”  So many tips here.  Not having the dispenser bottle UV resistant doesn’t bother me, maybe it’s a matter of the property of the different plastic: maybe a UV plastic doesn’t squeeze as easily?  And who would have thought about bubbles in the needle tip???  (And yes, I would have been one of those people would have found that the resin cures in the bottle…)  Now off to gather the materials needed, whoooosh!!! ~Koolbraider
  • Wow, great video! I love the shiny, glass-like finish of the resin. You explained it perfectly, Cindy, and gave us some great tips. Thanks so much, Cindy, for this great tutorial. I’m even more enthusiastic about resin now that I’ve seen it done, and know how to get rid of the bubbles, etc. And your sample pieces, once again, are gorgeous! ~Phaedrakat
  • I love this segment on using UV resin with polymer clay.I’ve been waiting for someone to show me how to do this. I do have a couple of comments about the process. For those of us who are afraid of using flame in their shops, there is a product called Bubble Buster that is used for the same thing when using a resin type of sealant for mosaics. All you have to do with the Bubble Buster is spray it on the surface and the bubbles will disappear. All stained glass stores either have it or can get it for you. The other issue is using the UV light. You absolutely must use UV glasses when you use a UV light. You can damage your eyes if you don’t. Once again stained glass stores can get these for you and you can get them from photo-processing companies like IKONICS. ~Kathy-B
  • You’ve opened new worlds for me, Cindy! The UV Resin tutorial is absolutely terrific. The close up of the glossy, pearly butterfly wing is breathtakingly beautiful. Another success, thank you. ~Mary-U
  • WOOOHOOO!  It’s going to be hot and SUNNY in west Texas today!! Guess what I am going to be doing!  Super video — between that and this product I may just be over my resin phobia. Thanks, Cindy!! ~Elizabeth-S
  • Awesome tute! It’s so cool to be a member and get to see these videos. It was awesome seeing how the BBQ lighter works so well on bubbles. Now that I’ve actually seen the demo, seen the entire process, I feel like I can do it myself! Thanks, Cindy! ~Phaedrakat
  • The resin tute was wonderful…the pieces look so polished. They are flawless in the close-ups. ~DJ
  • I love Ultra Dome! I wish Terry Morris could get Michaels to carry it so I can use it in my Jewelry classes. Plus, I could get a discount, too! Just love that it needs no mixing and has no bad smell. Not to mention easy to use. ~Catalina-L
  • Cindy, I love the Ultra Dome I purchased at Terrys site. I also bought several of his bezels in both silver and copper including the hearts. Both products are wonderful to work with and watching your tute on both the Resin and the Bezel made it so much easier to work with them. I just love the the ones I made and look forward to giving them as gifts. ~DixieAnn-S
  • I just watched it for the second time this morning with my cup of coffee. Very nice to meet you Margaret and Dana. Thanks for all the tips Cindy. I’ve heard you mention before about baking upside down in between the tiles, but it never really registered, lol, and I confess I too have a resin obsession. It makes a beautiful piece amazing. I just had two compliments this week, from men (that’s never happened before), on my peacock cane earings that are covered in… you guessed it, resin! Don’t forget Upstate NY Cindy. Is there anybody else from the Upstate NY area? Maybe we could all plan to get together when Cindy and her family are able to come our way and have a meeting at one of our craft stores. WOULDN’T THAT BE FUN!!!!! Thanks again. ~Michelle-A
  • Wow!! What a great tutorial! I have a UV lamp which I purchased for making polymer stamps and I am SO happy to have another use for it! I had no idea how to use the UV resin I bought but this lesson answered all my questions! You rock Cindy!! ~Denise-B

ZEBRA CANE

  • OH MY GOODNESS… When I saw that Zebra print appear I bet my face lit up like the Whitehouse at Christmas. I have to have a root canal and crown done on Friday and I don’t even care because it also means I get to watch Cindy show me how to do the Zebra cane!!!! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. I will be waiting Friday morning at 12:00 AM or until the tute shows up. This is the most excited I have ever been about a tute coming up. I promise you I have been excited before several times. I am not big on animal prints but the Zebra is just super neat I love black and white. I am so looking forward to Friday.. I can’t wait to see what Cindy and Doug have created this time. I am like a kid in a candy store. I have to rest up for Friday. YIPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. Sending Lots and Lots of Uuuuuuuuuuuugggggggggggs to all. ~Peggy-B
  • That is unbelievable, black and white are always a classic combo and this adds new life to this pairing. ~Ken-H
  • Wow, Cindy! This is the one I’ve requested many times, and now that it’s here it looks even better than I imagined! Your example projects are exciting, and the cane is very realistic. Gorgeous! The bangle is beautiful; I sure hope you’re going to show us how to make it in a future tute. I love your tube beads with the color cores, as well as the other tube beads (with black edges.) Cute earrings, too. So much fun stuff — it’s getting very “wild” around here… ~Phaedrakat
  • I LOVE the zebra cane. Very cool!  As usual, Cindy just keeps the fun coming.  :) ~Laurel-B
  • Hi Cindy and all – My second eye Op is over and I am back here 2 days after, and its Friday, and I have just watched the Zebra Cane Video, and what a difference in colour, now that I have 2 good eyes to view the videos. So classy, and bright and clear. All the projects you made from it Cindy are just beautiful. The ear rings are just gorgeous. I like black and white anything, so it is even more well received by me. Love the idea of pinching the square cuts around. Love ~Elizabeth-K
  • Well Cindy you did it again. I love the zebra cane. I did not think I would. But I do love the Black and white. ~Ritzs
  • Without a doubt this is my favorite tutorial to watch so far. Thank you so very much Cindy for doing this tute for us and Doug for filming and producing it. Love and uuuugggggggs. ~Peggy-B
  • Love, love, LOVE zebra cane, absolutely fantastic! I really want to make some of those cool bracelets. Great work, Cindy. As always, you make it look do easy and “do-able.” Thank you. ~Sue-W
  • Once again I am blown away by what happens to polymer clay when it’s in your hands, Cindy. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Cindy You rock!!!!  O…. You too Doug :) I’ve been making all sorts of stuff with the leopard cane…. fun, fun, fun……. I love the animal prints. ~Brenda-M
  • Cindy’s Zebra tute is absolutely perfect in every way possible. I just love everything about the video. Watched it at least 12 times! ~Peggy-B
  • Cindy, I was reading just yesterday that animal prints are “in” this summer. Although I’ve always been big on bright colors, I do love the simplicity and contrast of black and white. ~Linda-K
  • Now I know what I’ll be making this weekend. Cindy, your video shows so many great ideas!!! ~Hobokenmary
  • Just finished watching the Zebra tut. Awesome!! I can see why you warned us that it is more challenging than one would think. This is one of those that I will try the first time in front of the computer. I just love that I can do that… watch a step, pause the video, try the step, watch the step again after I screw it up, try the step again, etc. etc. etc. Thanks, Cindy and Doug for my next learning opportunity. ~Elizabeth-S
  • Cindy – I am having fun making the zebra canes. Also tried the butterfly wing cane yesterday and it is very pretty.  Have started baking for an hour and using the tent method.  Experiencing more with your colors.  Thank you for providing such great videos. ~Cindy-P

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