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DENMARK: I discovered polymer clay two months ago, Googled and found an exciting world I didn’t know existed. Also quite overwhelming! Then I found your website and tutorials and I could relax and have fun, instead of having to go through lots of trial and error. Thank you for saving me from at lot of frustration! ~Hanne-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Bead Making Course

CYPRUS: I love your course, it is great, really helpful when you are starting out and you make everything look so easy. I love it and all your weekly video back issues too. Money well spent. Many thanks. ~Karen-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Jewelry Bead Storage

MACEDONIA: Thanks a lot in your tutorial. They are very helpful to me because I am now beginning to creating jewelry from fimo. Big greetings from Macedonia. ~Daniela-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Make Polymer Clay Pendants

PHILIPPINES: Thanks so much for your rescue responses… I’m from the Philippines so we’re in a different time zone :D This is so nice I have you guys to encourage me. I’m hoping to sell my stuff because not many in our country do PC stuff ;o) ~Elizabeth-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

SOUTH AFRICA (JOHANNESBURG): Dear Cindy, First time posting here, I must say, you are incredible, professional and very friendly. I already bought some programs from you, as I am very new in Polymer Clay, and I have funny problem. Whole day I was looking for cornstarch, and everyone was looking at me, as I arrived from another planet – I live in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am sure it is called differently over here, and “impossible” question will be, can you, or someone else help me, with some description or some way, to find cornstarch? Best regards. ~Srdjan-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Baking Beads on Cornstarch

FRANCE: Bonjour. Merci beaucoup pour votre envois, c’est trés gentil a vous de me faire profiter de ses videos. J’apprend beaucoup à voir les videos, même si malheureusement je ne comprend pas ce que vous dites, puisque je ne parles que le français. Merci beaucoup, Françoise [GOOGLE TRANSLATION: Hello, Thank you very much for your mail is very nice of you to make me enjoy his videos. I am learning a lot to see the [beginners course] videos, although unfortunately I do not understand what you say, since I only speak French. Thank you very much.] ~Francoise-V >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay – France

SWEDEN / HOLLAND: I am a Dutch woman living in Sweden with her family. There is not much to buy here for bead making so I have to search the internet for that. I will look into the video’s to get improved!! Thank you so much for your reaction. We give workshop in Sweden for spinning and dying wool. So I thought of making row counters for the contestants with their name on it. I wanted to make beads and write the letters on it to form their names. Greetings, ~Annuska-J >> This comment was originally posted here: Amaco Tri Bead Roller

RUSSIA (URALS): I’m from the Urals, European part of Russia. As for my city, there are only two rather small shops that sell polymer clay, but actually nowadays it’s not a problem to visit one of the many Online stores and order some clay. I guess, our city is having a boom of polymer clay new born artists, but I can hardly call anyone a unique designer. It’s a quite understandable situation, as everyone is trying to satisfy the wider possible range of needs, they reach more perfection day by day, but no uniqueness. To my mind, uniqueness needs more braveness not to be appreciated by some part of the audience. As for me, I started my experiments with clay in October of the last year, but I changed it for felting in April, because of the same issue of not 100% natural material. But I guess, I’ll return to it in a short time, as it’s a curious material worth attention. The biggest challenge for me is that issue about the chemicals in clay. Most people live in blocks of flats, so you sometimes can’t arrange some artist corner for yourself with a separate oven. In summer the balcony is good, but in winter its too cold. ~Marta-G >> This comment was originally posted here: Premo Polymer Clay

EGYPT: Thanks dear cindy for u nice 3 videos for free. I like to be a member but the problem is I am Egyptian, and Egypt is not included in your list of countries. can I ask why? So, tell me how I can join u membership? Sincerly. ~Hamdi-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Beads How To Videos

ITALY: Hi! My name is Leila, I’m a German polymer clay addict living in Italy. The tips on this website are always awesome! Wanted to share my personal experience with dried flowers with you all, last years Valentines day my husband gave me some beautyful dark red roses, as I waned to keep them with me, I thought about drying them and them work them into polymer clay. XO. ~Leila-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Flower Petal Bead Inclusions

FINLAND: I am selling cured canes in Finland. I am interested in things you can make with cured canes. I import dollshouse here in Finland. I have started to import these canes because I thought it would be a good idea to make dollshouse food, cakes etc. Now I noticed you can make a lot more. Can you give me any help. ~Nellie-V >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Miniature Food

BULGARIA (PLOVDIV): Hi Susan! I am also very pleasantly surprised to “see” another Cernit user.My situation is absolutely the same-this is the only clay sold in my town, in only one shop.I live in Bulgaria. ~Nevena-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Videos

WALES: Just to show you what I have been doing as its nothing but rain here in Wales, I don’t feel guilty playing in my work room. I always wanted to make Lazuli unpolished straight out of the oven and Malachite that are to blue, as yet uncooked another of my mistakes. Would love comments and help please. Just finished my first sanding in my new Lortone Rock Polisher so exited can’t wait to buff them, I didn’t have river rock so I tumbled my own as we have lots of white stone in the garden. It worked well glad to say. ~Ritzs >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Faux Techniques

UK: Yep, we did have a good time:) Penny it looks like we’ve set a trend – hooray! Polymer clayers meeting up all over the place :) I would just like to say a big ‘Thank You’ to Penny for organsing it, and thanks also to the other girls, it was just great, we really need to sort out the NEC date, looking forward to meeting up again. ~Rachel-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay UK

ISRAEL (NETANYA): Dear Cindy! Thank you for your videos – they are emazing and very clear and helpful! I wonder if you have some tutorial on the appropriate way for slicing the cane. I have some problem to slice the cane which doesn’t have plain edges, like flower cane, for example. Thank you a lot and best wishes from Netanya, Israel. ~Marina-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Canes

PUERTO RICO: Greetings Cindy. Where can I find suppliers of products it sells wholesale nail art. I have a small business with my sister nail product in Puerto Rico. Lets us know any information. Thank. ~Mariano-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Videos

SINGAPORE: Hi, I’m interested in your Polymer Clay Bead Making For Beginners Video Course. I’m from Singapore, do you ship to Singapore and how much is the shipping cost? Thanks. ~Michelle-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Jewelry

KOREA: Hi! My name is Tiffany. I’m Korean. I was in Korea I made some polymer beads. Korea and America patten are little different. I really interested in amerecan method. I’m in anannadale in virginia. Is there any polymer club? If there is have that club, I really waat to meet that people and joint them. And your product are really good! Thank you. ~Tiffany-Y >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay International

MEXICO (GUADALAJARA): Hi Cindy happy holydays for you too, receibe a hug from Mexico. Thank you so much I’m starting whith polymer clay, I live in Guadalajara Mexico and there is only one place where I can find the Polymery clay and the brand is Sculpey, thank you again. ~Marcela-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Community

NETHERLANDS: Hi Cindy, I just became a member and watched your video on the tribal cane making. I used the extruder before and could not clean it properly so my light colors of clay always had some dark color mixed in. What I do now is I take a baking sheet and clip of a piece of paper that just fit’s the roll that goes in to the extruder. Than I place it in the extruder and get to work. In that way my extruder keeps very clean and I do not have to worry about the colors. Just my two cents here. Have a nice clay day. ~Schakel >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorial Lessons

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