Member Benefits 016-3: Tutoring Support

Polymer Clay Membership SiteYou have supplied us with a wealth of knowledge and I am learning from each and every page I open in the blog as well as the videos. May God bless you. ~Louise >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Instructions

I love how organized your answers are, if I ever have a problem with a new technique, I can come here and quickly find solutions! ~Shannon >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Beads

Cindy, I would recommend the beginners course, as I’ve mentioned before, you can learn a certain amount from books but they tend to miss out vital steps, which is where your videos come into their own.Yes there is free info out there if you want to spend hours searching,though the quality of filming is usually a let down. Mistakes happen to us all, weather beginners / advanced, through your own experience, we are able to avoid expensive mistakes when it comes to starting a new hobby, after all, you’ve been there before. ~Andrea >> This comment was received via email.

Now you’re talkin’ Cindy! This is just what I mean about you being such an asset to the polymer clay online community. And you are so generous to share this brilliant idea with all of us. I know this will save myself and many others a load of time. Gotta love that! Thank you so much.(thankin’ lucky stars again for finding your website!) Have a great day. XOXO ~Jaime >> This comment was originally posted here: Tear Drop Method – Quick Skinner Blend

Thanks Cindy for taking the time to answer my question. I can’t say enough about how wonderful it is to have experts like yourself to help us newbies along. Your article was very helpful. Thanks again. ~Eric >> This comment was originally posted here: Best Polymer Clay

Cindy, If I were a person new, looking for guidance, or someone seeking a better approach in technique in the medium, I would be a fool not to become a member. You are outstanding in your approaches and teachings to the extent that even someone experimenting with pc for the first time would not feel lost or intimidated. I wish you the best of luck! ~Mary >> This comment was received via email.

Thank you for your very prompt reply. Your website is fascinating and useful. I found you through Facebook – useful information for your tracking stats. ~Penny >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Polymer Clay Beads

Hello Cindy! I just wanted to thank you for your good advices. I’m a new member in “fimo land” and I find your blog posts amazingly useful. I don’t have the money to become a paid member to your site, but I learned a lot from the videos I had seen, so from now on I hope I can understand something from your blog posts and become a fimo specialist :) With love from Romania. ~Lioara >> This comment was received via email.

Cindy, your site is wonderful, from tutes to pics. info and so many other things. You are a blessing to the Polymer Clay world. ~Vicky >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Silverware Jewelry

I am a member of Cindy Lietz’s site, Your Polymer Clay Tutor. I stumbled on her accidentally while looking for a way to make poly clay faces for a beading project. She is not only responsive and amazingly generous with her information, but a fantastic teacher. I finally “get” some of the techniques I had been reading about and trying to grasp for a long time. I am a subscriber to her site and videos and feel her charge to be a small price to pay for all the information available there. ~Rita >> This comment was received via email.

I’m way back here! I was in such a hurry I didn’t digest all you have given us. I’m soooo glad to have become a member and hope this time around can get those colors I missed. Thank You again! ~MaryEllen >> This comment was originally posted here: Translucent Sculpey Clay

I highly recommend The Polymer Clay Tutor. Watching Cindy’s videos are like having her right in your studio. She makes me fill not so “alone” in a big polymer clay world. I especially appreciate the fact that, as an expert, Cindy does not make me feel like a silly newbie as some experts can. She understands the trials and tribulations that occur with a learning curve and it is her focus to help us learn from her mistakes. It’s because of Cindy’s videos that I had the courage to actually take the next step, rather than just reading books over and over. In addition to the great videos, Cindy provides other invaluable resources in her daily blogs and color recipes. And if you have questions, comments, or feedback, she is prompt in her responses. This gal works very hard and is dedicated. You can’t go wrong with The Polymer Clay tutor. Oh…and she has a really cute accent! ~Stacey >> This comment was received via email.

Thank you Cindy! I too have noticed I lean towards the richer colors. I’m glad I found your blog, it’s a fantastic read. ~Stephanie >> This comment was originally posted here: Jewelry Bead Making

Cindy: Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. I have been making jewlery about a year now and got some clay for Christmas.  Happened on one of your videos and now am hooked on wire wrapping AND clay. My husband hardly ever sees me anymore.  :)  I am anxious to try this transfer technique. ~Lori >> This comment was originally posted here: Image Transfer To Polymer Clay

I’m enjoying your blog–it’s the only one I check on a regular basis! ~Priscilla >> This comment was received via email.

Hi Cindy – I’m ready to sign up too. You’ve been more than fair with all you are offering us.  Winter is on the way already here in Alaska, and I look forward to spending my winter craft time learning from you! Thanks for all your hard work! ~SusanM >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials on Video

Love all the ideas you come up with. Some I have thought of and some I have not. It is great to have another perspective from which to gather ideas from. ~Adrienne >> This comment was originally posted here: Home Based Jewelry Business

Cindy you are a fantastic tutor. It could be good to add these to your courses. ~Yanna >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpture Flower Beads

Cindy, what great answers to my sealant question, it helps a lot. It is so nice for us to be able to come to you with all our questions! ~Debbie >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Info

I cannot say enough about Cindy and her site! As for the cost, I have saved the cost many times over just by saving on time and materials using her steps and tips and suggestions. The site is a huge treasury of information both for the beginner and the experienced polyclay artist. In addition, Cindy is the most wonderful person when it comes to customer service and answering questions. I am a beginner and I have had some pretty simple questions but she always takes the time to answer and usually she has been right on. ~Suanough >> This comment was received via email.

Hi Cindy. Thank you for all you do for everyone. I’m glad I found your site. ~Lisa >> This comment was originally posted here: Kaleidoscope Cane

Hi Cindy, I am new to Polymer Clay Jewelry and just fascinated by your tutorials.  You are so full of wonderful helpful information. I am trying to take it all in. I am retired and not ready to get old.  I have so many ideas, my mind is overflowing. I just found you today reading about your recipes for color.  Is it too late to join your membership club? I will be checking on your website daily. Thank you so much. ~Dianne >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Bead Making Tips

Faux Turquoise sounds like a great project to work on. Thanks for all your sweet comments. I love your blog and get lots of inspiration from it. Thanks for sharing. ~Susan >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Faux Turquoise Beads

Cindy Lietz – Thank you so much for the excellent teaching and sharing of information.  You are an expert and extremely appreciated by your students. I am just one more who wishes to thank you. ~Sharon >> This comment was received via email.

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