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Hi Cindy, I love Fridays and I love how easy to understand your videos are. You explain everything so well and the photography gets up really close so I can really see what you are doing. Thanks!!! ~Dorothy-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Zebra Cane Video

I have now started actually using your videos instead of just enjoying watching them and I am really impressed with how easy they are to follow. There are so many little tips that you share that I am sure you wouldn’t get in a written tutorial. It is nice to be able to see you doing it so I know I can do it just like you (well I can try ;) ~Cara-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Opal Bake and Bond Technique

To have a resource on tap for all those late night problems is amazing. I only have to refer to the back log of videos and I have the answer. What is even better about this library of video instruction is the price. I can’t believe it is so inexpensive. I would never discontinue this weekly service. Besides Cindy has this uncanny knack of taking a complex technique and simplifying it. Just look her take on the ‘skinner’ blend! ~Cara-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Leopard Cane Tutorial

I agree with you 100%, Jill. It is so frustrating to try to find something online that gives you what you need. The videographers must not be viewing their own products. I’ve said it before “Doug and Cindy are Pros”. We’re so fortunate to have them. ~Joyce-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Beaded Lanyards

Every set of videos just keeps getting better and better. I love Fridays. Thanks for everything you have taught me Cindy. Never a dull moment. ~Peggy-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Projects

Cindy, I am excited about the new video tutorials especially the Lace and Ink Textures and the Tribal Canes! I can’t seem to give you enough thanks for putting them together for us each week. It requires a lot of work and dedication… so I agree with Elizabeth, you should get an award for Teacher of the year… of this decade! ~Lupe-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Video Library

I also am in for this inlay technique. I have a feel for it but have not been able to completely master it. I know that I will see what I am doing wrong by watching your demo Cindy. Bring it on!!!!! I have a nice bone sheet ready to go. Thanks to your Vol-019-3 Faux Bone Video. ~Illaya-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Inlay Technique

Oh My! I’m getting so far behind. You just keep churning these wonderful videos out. I’ve been gone a few days but I’m determined to get caught up soon. Don’t quit! I’ll catch up!! LOL  Thanks Cindy! ~Lynda-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

Love to see how to use silver spoons video. I used to hate rainy days but now I don’t mind at all I can spend many happy hours on your site. I don’t seem to have any trouble finding my way around and enjoy going back to the beginning and I learn something new every day. ~Josie-T >> This comment was originally posted here: Silverware Jewelry

Hi Sarah, If you’re trying to decide whether or not to join, you should do it sooner rather than later. When you become a member, you get four videos per month for about $3.32 (or less than a dollar each.) I waited a few months before I joined, and missed out on some great videos! Once a month is over, the videos go into the library. If you didn’t join, then you miss out on those videos, unless you go and buy the back issue for $9.95. (4 videos) It’s still a great price, but not as good as the same amount for 12 videos! I know I was very mad at myself knowing I wasted money by waiting. It’s such a great deal, and I’ve never been disappointed. I’m disabled, and on a fixed income; still, I find that it’s not too hard to pay $9.95 one time for 3 months of videos. Cindy doesn’t have the written tutorials on the website. Sometimes you can get an idea about how the projects are made, if you pay attention to what people are talking about. But it’s not the same as seeing the videos. It’s true that you can learn a lot by reading the articles and comments, but not really project-specific knowledge (or at least not those projects.) There are some project ideas that are talked about. And of course, you can learn lots of great information about how to work with polymer clay. Everyone is helpful and will help answer questions, but they can’t give step-by-step directions to Cindy’s video tutorials. Good luck, and I hope you can join! ~Phaedrakat >> This comment was originally posted here: Jellyroll Glow in the Dark Cane

Cindy’s video tutes always give me ah-ha moments. ~Katie-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Agate Video Tutorial

I vote YES! You are such a talented artist, and the fact that you are so giving in your teaching makes you even more special. So keep it comin’ Girl, I know I always learn something new from every lesson!!! ~Tiffany-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Hammered Metal Bezels for Polymer Jewelry

Hi Cindy, Love, Love, Love the this video. One question. Can these buttons be put on a shirt and put in the washing machine? Look so forward to Fridays when your new videos come out. Keep them coming. ~Maria-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Buttons

Hi Marsha – What a great idea your mirror tiles are, and so colourful too. The beveled edge  plastic wrap idea is such a good one as it does give a smooth finish to the item, and like you said, who knows when we would have known that other than following Cindy’s Videos. Your ideas of how you made the metal brackets is ingenious and well worth informing us on. Lots of info is out there, but with Cindy we get it all in one place in such an understandable and pleasant manner. Just sit back and watch these amazing videos. Better than going to the Video Rental Store, or even a Retreat, it comes to you in such a warm and personal way. I’m hooked! Love to see more of your nice work. Love XXX ~Elizabeth-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Mirror Frame Tiles

Cindy, this is a fabulous video. It’s just amazing how you put together the clay to make a flower petal – and what a lot of work you did on this one. Love it! @Catalina: My Art Director is a Yorkie named Daffney. I never thought to make things out of clay for her, but I might have to start! Oh, yes… buttons would be beautiful from this cane. ~Linda-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Pansy Cane Video

That was fun! Thanks Cindy! I bought a torch and all the supplies over a year ago after I took a class on metal clay. But then I “chickened out” when I was home by myself. I was afraid to use it. Everything is still in the shopping bag! Now after watching these videos and seeing how easy it looks and remembering all the safety tips I think I will DO IT!!! lol Thanks again Cindy. (But you are right…none of these videos look as clear or sound as good as yours do!) ~Maureen-G >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Jewelry Headpins

Hi Cindy, Love your site!. I’m really impressed with your approach and all the nifty tricks you have, like making a heart from a square! Awesome stuff! Thanks so much for your fast reply and help about how your videos work with my Hughes Internet service. That is fantastic news that videos use so little bandwidth! ~Christine-R >> This comment was originally posted here: UV Resin Technique

Now I know what I’ll be making this weekend. Cindy, your video shows so many great ideas!!! ~Hobokenmary >> This comment was originally posted here: Zebra Cane Tute

Brilliant, love these mushrooms. Was doubtful until I saw the video but now I have to try it! ~Christine-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpted Mushroom Bead Shape

I loved this tutorial. The mushroom is so cute and you made it so simple, Cindy, like you do every teaching video. We’re all lucky to have such a wonderful teacher! ~Cheryl-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Mushroom Bead Video Tutorial

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