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Once again Cindy you have managed to not only inform us but entertain us as well. I love your STYLE!!! Your site is one of the best Polymer Clay sites around and proves over and over again to be user friendly and informative. I am a true devotee and I personally THANK YOU for taking the time and effort to put all of this together. Thankx Hon. ~Pamela-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polishing Polymer Clay Jewelry Beads

I highly recommend Cindy’s site. I am a member and the videos and recipes are worth the fee. Maybe there is information for free on the net but you have to have the time to sift through all of it.  Cindy’s tutorial comes to you and they are very easy to follow with a wealth of information. Cindy always takes the time and is very prompt answering any questions and helping which you will not be able to get through any of the other free info out there. ~Pereira-F >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Extruder Mod Cane

Hi Cindy: I view your site as my own personal polymer clay guild as I am not able to get out to join one that is local to me. I truly appreciate being given the opportunity to be a member of your “club”. Thanks so much for everything that you are doing. I am learning so much more than I ever would on my own. Warmest regards. ~Carol-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Selling Jewelry to Niche Markets

Cindy, your site is awesome! I get most of my tips from here now. You pretty much have every answer right here! ~Wendy-N >> This comment was originally posted here: Premo Sculpey vs Fimo Clay vs Sculpey III

I just wanted to let you know I enjoy all of your articles and tutorials and do not feel any are too long. I am always so anxious to read more and learn more and appreciate so much to time you take to help those of us out there who would otherwise never get any one on one teaching. It is like you are right there and you answer all of my questions without my having to ask. ~Diana-P >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Jewelery

I’m really glad to have found all the information on here and very grateful for the help in answering my questions. I think I’m getting somewhere now! ~Moco >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Finishes

I’m new at polymer clay but after encouragement from Cindy on my blog I got up enough courage to start playing. Color has been fascinating for me. After doing some color mixing experiments that went horribly wrong, I am excited to start using the color recipe cards! ~Judith-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Mixing Polymer Clay Colors

Thank you for sharing that tutorial. It brings up so many ideas! As a beginner, I am so grateful to have found your website…and all the help you put out there for us to have access to. It is immeasurably valuable!! ~Mary-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Image Transfer To Polymer Clay

Cindy, You have completely inspired me and boggled my mind all at the same time!  Whoa!!!  Is it really possible to make a cane like this beautiful Johnny-Jump-Up flower!?!  Well, wonders never cease!  If I can learn to make a cane anywhere near as beautiful as this, then the world is truly my oyster (hey, I could probably make an oyster too)! I know that I use a lot of exclamation points when I comment, but, Cindy…I am soooooo excited about all of this new found knowledge that I am receiving from you!!!  I think you must be a polymer clay angel sent from above :) ~Cindy-E >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Cane Designs

I love your description of the sunflower against the blue sky. As a Kansas born girl, well, old lady now, I know that sunflowers are the lifeblood for people – especially women. Where ever I have gone, moving across the Good ol’ United States, I have planted sunflowers and provided black oil sunflowers for the birds. The color palette for the petals is brilliant and so creative. Your experience in mixing the clay colors is desperately needed by me – an old lady beginner!   Now I want to figure out a design incorporating the black oil sunflowers … so the birds have something to eat as well.  Thanks for the best website on polymer clay I have ever found.  At last – I am learning something. And the treasure hunt is just plain fun, although winning would be even better! ~Pamela-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Color Mixing Recipes

Thanks for blogging about this Cindy, this subject seems to come up in other forums. Its true some people are having a time with the new formula of clay which now conforms to the law. Not all translucent clay are created equal and the lack of color tend to make them more squishy to, but some clay brands like ProSculpt who makes a translucent clay are not meant to be used for canes as they crack and separate from the colored clays making the canes barely usable. Love your videos and your blog now is on my favorites to!!! Thanks. ~Andrea-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Making Polymer Clay Canes

Hi Cindy! I will be definitely joining you with this new venture, and am thankful that I tripped across your website. The tutorial I purchased was unbelievable, and very insightful to me. I’ll be back to it again on the weekend. It offered so much information, that most people don’t share — even when someone pays a fee for it. So, thank you for being so generous with your knowledge. Cindy! I found so much useful information in that purchase, and know that my mind (at this juncture) needs a reminder. In any event, you are a shot of adrenalin, and I’m sure a lot of people are learning from it all. Ta! Ta! Cindy, you’re top banana! I’ve dealt with a lot of people on the internet, and trust me — you are beyond fair! Sincerely, ~Diana-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Video Polymer Clay Tutorials

I’m new too! Cindy, you were one of the first websites I hit on when I first gathered up my tools, clay and paints I already had. I would still like to get a few inks that is designed for clay. When I had trouble watching your free tutorials, you got back with me right away. I was excited and you were patience with me. What I like about this adventure with you and everybody is it’s a nice size group and you don’t get lost in the crowd. I have seen other sites and some are informative but you’re right. Bad videos! Even If you were to buy a tutorial, it doesn’t seem like there would be any feedback like you do. Thanks again for your help, Cindy Don’t work to hard, remember we’re just passing through. ~MaryEllen-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Recipe Cards

First of all, I want to thank you Cindy again for all the help you gave me and how patient you were when I had some trouble with my username and password. Well I’m all squared away now and very happy with my charter membership and am enjoying all the videos I couldn’t get access to before. I occasionally feel like I need some inspiration at times and these videos and color recipes are definitely useful. I encourage everyone who hasn’t signed up yet to do so – it really is a great deal. Plus Cindy is very prompt at answering one’s questions/concerns about this addictive medium. ~Maria-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor Library

Hi. I have just received your free videos and was extremely impressed. You are an inspiration to a fairly new beady and thanks for your advice. Kind regards. ~Eileen-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Bead Shapes

Dear Cindy, Your stuff is great and you have such a sweet spirit. Thank you. I also wanted to commend you on your business savvy. My husband and I own 2 businesses and love to see someone who has an entrepreneurial spirit with the skills to go with it. This is no small undertaking. Great job! Thank you. ~Lisa-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Lentil Beads

Following all the guidelines I’ve learned from you, Cindy, I’ve had really good results when conditioning my clay. ~Marsha-N >> This comment was originally posted here: How To Make Polymer Clay Beads

God Bless all of us in this wonderful blog. I am PROUD to be a part of this wonderful family. Thank you! ~Peggy-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Community

I’m so glad you found me – so I could find you!  Can’t wait to stop back and study on your past posts and learn more this year! ~Connie-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor

Cindy, Thank you for this post. I consider myself a Newbie, because I have only worked in polymer clay for a month or so. But I have been crafting, drawing, painting for all of my adult life (30 yrs or so, you do the math ;-) I find that I am bringing all sorts of skills to my new found interest, a knowledge of color, design, other techniques that have worked in other media. But I don’t know the ins and outs of working with polymer clay. This is why I find your site so helpful. I don’t have a lot of patience learning through mistakes and it really helps to “see” through videos how to do something. And, although I feel I have a lot of knowledge in other areas, I feel intimidated by asking simple questions of experts. So I guess this is a long way of saying how I feel you hit the nail on the head! ~Sue-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Jewelry Heart

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