Member Benefits 017-2: Tutoring Support

Polymer Clay Membership SiteYou’re so smart and creative Cindy. I just love your blog and your giving spirit. ~DaisySoapGirl >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Techniques

It is such a pleasure and gift that you bestow on all of us. Your rewards will be piled upon you and your family for all that you do for the polymer community. I want to thank your family for sharing you with us. Love & Light. ~Illaya-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Heart Pendant

I am a member at Cindy’s Polymer Clay Library and HIGHLY recommend her site for anyone. I have finally learned several things just by watching her videos that I could not understand prior. If, you need anything she is always there with an answer or will find someone that can do it. Check it out and the membership cost is very reasonable. ~Donna-I >> This comment was received via email.

Wow, what a series of tutorials. It is so great to re-learn these techniques. What I like about Cindy’s tutorials is that she tells you a number of way to do a technique and we can chose the one that works the best for us. I also like how she responds to others feedback because then we can learn a few tricks from them too … Thanks Cindy for sharing your vast knowledge and “making mistakes” so we don’t have to. ~Anna-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Gloss Finish

Thanks Cindy, I appreciate all your work and effort to offer us an amazing apprentice library, I’m a clay passionate and your work makes me so exited to continue my researches in getting the necessary knowledgment. Thanks once more and keep up your very helpful and amazing work, we all need it. ~Maria-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

Hi! I’m a member of Cindys Site, and love it.  I’m fairly new to polymer clay and she has been so helpful and always there to answer any questions. I love her clay recipes. She’s a doll! ~Peg-D >> This comment was received via email.

You’re quite welcome for the comment. Too many times people find great resources like your site on the web, and take it for granted that it will always be there. Or assume its easy because there are so many. But they don’t bother to say thank you to the person who spends their time to make it possible. And I know that a site like yours takes quite a bit of your time, especially answering all the comments you receive. Not even mentioning all the videos and tutorials you offer. (Do you ever get to just play with your clay?) So let me say Thank you, and ask, where were you when I started playing with clay? LOL. I sure could have used all this info then. ~Jaime-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Polyclay

Thanks for your words of wisdom Cindy. I will definitely start trying new things on myself. And you are right, if I don’t like it, I can always take it apart and start from scratch! It’s been great getting to know you too. I just love this site! ~Lupe-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Handmade Beaded Jewelry

Hi again, I commented earlier when I just joined at how very much I appreciated Cindy and now her husband at all the help she gave me with some problems I was having with pay pal when first becoming a member. Since I have ordered several of the back issues, and the begginers many videos. At first I thought the begginers might be just repeat of what I already knew “NOT” Much much more thanks to Cindy’s way with both polymer clay and teaching. You are a natural. I have learned so much more and I am constantly going back and re-watching videos picking up more even the 2nd time around. The only complaint I have is against myself for not doing this the moment I first heard about Cindy. I belong to a Polymer Clay guild due to health am unable to attend meetings but enjoy the blog information and chatting back and forth with members. Nobody puts anyone down. I also belong to other Internet sites with polymer clay free and paid for info. I love them all but none have come close to the information and suggestions that Cindy puts out there. I just can not imagine someone thinking she doen’t give this her all. You can tell she loves her work. Ask her and she will answer. Don’t ask her and she still answers. Polymer Clay brings out great things in many people. Super things in Cindy. I honestly think she is one of the best teachers I have ever been blessed enough to come across. I would love the chance to spend a few days in the shawdows of Cindy and her clay. If you ever hold Personal classes I want to be one of the first to know. If possible I am already there. THANK YOU CINDY AND YOUR HUBBY TOO!! Eager for more. ~Peggy-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Daily

I didn’t want you to think I take your excellent teaching for granted. I’ve learned so much from your articles and am excited about this new venture into polymer clay. I’ve made three batches of beads so far and am loving it! Hopefully I can set up shop by April. I appreciate you! ~Bonnie-B >> This comment was received via email.

Hi Cindy. Thanks for your reply. Your comments were very helpful. I tend to work with hard clay normally, and of course that’s what went into the extruder. I shall treat the green machine more gently from now on and hopefully live up to my username! ~Millefiori >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Extruder

Cindy, I’m breathless just reading all you just wrote! Thanks for all you do. And definitely, please try to pace yourself so there is enough of you for your family and all of us fans :) ~Maria-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor

I’m glad I saw the article on which Poly clay is best, before investing a lot in Sculpey III. Keep up the great work. ~Joan-W >> This comment was received via email.

I would like to see first hand how your brain works. You come up with great and fun ideas. ~Tinuke-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Beads

Hi Cindy, I hope I didn’t sound harsh about the crackle technique, I was just so worked up. I had been on my pc for 2 days trying to figure out and find a crackle technique. You are the greatest for taking the time to help others. I will wait excitingly for your crackle technique. Thanks so much for what you do. ~Janice-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Raku Polymer Clay Techniques

Thanks Cindy for your nice comment. It’s always good to have encouragement. I’m crazy about beads but I admire your work with polymer and I find your blog wonderful. As soon as I shall begin the polymer work (we can make such nice things with this) I’m sure that I’ll find a great help with your advise. ~Fabienne-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Heart Shaped Polymer Clay Pendant

Hi, Cindy! I have no particular comment for this post, but I visit your site from time to time and I just want to say thank you for all the good advise you’re giving to your readers, it’s impossible to read what you’re writing and not to find anything helpful. Like that alcohol ink recipe I’ve just read and I’m looking forward to try. And so much information. I always find your site by google-ing for one technique or another. You are so generous sharing your polymer experiences with us. Keep up the good work and God bless you! ~Squash >> This comment was originally posted here: How To Make Flower Beads

NOTE FROM ME (Cindy): As a subscriber at my paid library, you always receive a courtesy email a few days before your next payment is due. This way you have the opportunity to cancel BEFORE your credit card is billed again… if that is what you want to do. I get so many thank you emails from happy subscribers regarding this feature. This is typically the type of message I receive: “Your payment notification email just arrived. No way do I want to cancel, I love getting the videos.  I have much more confidence about working with polymer clay now because of them. Thanks and keep ’em comin.” ~Kathy-B >> This comment was received via email.

I look forward to your weekly members video. I am so glad to be a member- my beads have become so much better and I have the confidence to experiment now, which is important in skill development. Again thank you for the great teaching – the courses are a great investment and I am anxiously waiting to purchase the cane tutorial when it comes out. All the best ~Cara-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Baking Polymer Clay Beads

Hi Cindy, just a note to say this is a great idea. How interesting to see at a glance which topics captured your readers’ interest most vividly!  You’ve covered some really interesting areas. Here’s to another year of a great blog. ~Dave-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Blog

Your blog has just a wealth of polymer clay information! Thank you. ~NanjoDogz >> This comment was originally posted here: Clay Extruder

I always learn something more each time I come on your blog. I never miss coming and see each day. I can honestly say you make my day! ~Louise-O >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Bead

The reason your site rocks is TONE.  You are open to comments and new ideas.  You foster that reception and environment for all of us as you add to your blogs, videos, etc., by your daily comments. The tone is what makes folks want to try, learn, and receive your wonderful feedback.  It’s a very rare commodity in the teaching art world and it can move mountains. ~Jocelyn-C >> This comment was received via email.

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