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Cindy: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you – for the Bonus Videos – What a treat!  I love the this one with the crayons – can’t wait to try the technique. I am thoroughly enjoying all the videos – I feel I am learning lots! I have my computer running while I am mixing up my colors and playing – it’s like having a friend right there with me. Thank you for all that you have put together with your web site. I hope you don’t get tired of producing videos – because I so look forward to seeing an e-mail from you. Happy claying. ~Molly-F >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Inclusions

I think the $3 per month is well worth it because your instruction are so good and I need someone to show me.  I don’t learn well from pictures in a book that don’t show half of the steps, whereas your videos show all of the steps right there in front of you. Your site is a very valuable service to me and well worth the price! ~Diana-P >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials on Video

Cindy, Just want to let you know that I have learned so very much from watching your videos, and I enjoy your relaxed style of teaching. You have kept me going during some trying times. Thanks so much! ~Barbara-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Fimo Jewelry Making

I always hope to see an email from you when I check my emails. Keep those videos acomin’. ~Lani-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Yellow Fimo Clay

Wow, Cindy!!! This all sounds soooooo fantastic!!! Well, of course our Polymer Clay Angel would think of all of these wonderful things for us!!!  You truly are amazing:)!!! I can hardly wait! I just want to suggest that the more photos of color recipe examples, or of yours or other people’s work that includes these recipe colors, would be great too. I love any and every photo that you share with us. I am not quite sure how you might fit this idea in, but I love to “see” what is being taught. This is probably one reason that I love your videos!!! I am sure that however you do all of the above, you will make it be great for us …you always do!!! :) ~Cindy-E >> This comment was originally posted here: Video Polymer Clay Tutorials

Your videos are perfect, don’t change a thing. I am new and bad at making beads and your videos are most helpful. ~Barbara-J >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Reader Survey

Bravo Hun on another great tutorial. You made it look so simple and easy. Wish I’d have seen this when I tried my first ones. I remember trying to follow directions from a book and agonizing over trying to make mine look like the ones in the illustrations. But of course there weren’t enough pictures. And of course they didn’t look very much like leaves when I was done. Unless of course they were some kind of radioactive mutant plant form, LOL! But if I could have watched a good tutorial like yours I have no doubt I would have done much better and much sooner, with lots less frustration. Thanks so much for being you and sharing so generously with everyone the way you do. I know if more people could watch your tutorials, the ranks of clayers would grow exponentially when they saw how easy and fun it really is and passed the word along. XOXO ~Jamie-H >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Leaf Canes

Cindy, I love your videos and look forward to receiving them every week. They have taught me so much. Right now I am trying to get “caught up” on all the back blog articles and videos. I learn something new every time. Keep up the great work. ~Lynn-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

Video was very well done. I decided to watch it even though a skinner blend is something I think I do fairly well. The water tip was good, sometimes my work area is warm and the clay is sticky. Also the butting it against the side of the pasta machine. ~Nora-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Skinner Blend Technique

Thanks for the welcome! I have been poking around this blog for months now. I am kicking myself for not joining sooner. I see now that I could have had access to the last few months of videos for a third the price, but I thought I knew enough that I didn’t “need” the subscription. But, after watching my first 2 member videos, I can see that it would have been soooo worth it. I have learned some new things already, and I’m sure there are many more great things in store for me. You are a great teacher, and you have such a supportive group of people here at your blog. I’m glad I finally made it to member status! (If only there was a way to wind back the clock and get Vol. 14 to 19 for $3.32 each instead of $9.95! What a dummy I am!). Sorry, I tend to be long-winded. Thanks again for such a great place to visit! I think I’m going to like it here. :) ~Phaedrakat >> This comment was originally posted here: Premo Polymer Clay

I have been so busy with baby season (I do wildlife rescue and take in orphans) that I have been unable to check your web site and just today saw the video on the food processor. Clear and very understandable. ~Patricia-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Silver Spoon Polymer Clay Pendants

Thanks again, Cindy for a very enlightening way to use Polymer Clay. I enjoy your videos very much. ~Pat-O >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Skinner Blend Plug

I just found your blog via Heidi Blankenship’s blog and just love your first three videos! ~KeriLee-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Etsy Polymer Clay Jewelry Sellers

I got my first newsletter video today through your email. Thanks! Another great one. I thought I might share a great tip I got from a friend of mine regarding blade safety.  She paints nail polish on the edge of the blade she picks it up with.  It helps dramatically NOT to pick up by the wrong edge. ~Lynnellen-S >> This comment was originally posted here: Craft Storage Boxes for Fimo Clay

Your tutorials are very helpful to me as a newbie. I learn a lot from your vids. :D ~Kat-N >> This comment was originally posted here: Mixing Polymer Clay Colors

Hi Cindy, I just bought the extruder and I am anxiously awaiting way to stretch my investment. I also work full time so the more I can maximize my time the better it is for me. I am enjoying all of the back ordered videos and color recipes, such a wealth of knowledge! ~Tinuke-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Extruder Mod Canes

Hi Cindy, Just watched the video and now I know what my mistake was. These beads are beautiful. I’d love to know how to make some of these canes. Will you do a tute on those sometime? Your “finger gloves” cracked me up (yep that was what I was thinking.) Thanks for another great video! ~Sue-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Trumpet Flower Beads

Podcasts, yippey. I am a visual learner so I listen to your videos then I play them again with the sound off, so I can watch your hands handle the clay. I learn so much that way. Now to have another way of learning about clay is going to be so niffty. Thank Doug and hug yourself from me for all your hard effort to make this community what it is. ~Illaya-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Beads, Beading and Polymer Clay

I am from Orlando, FL and haven’t found anyone who works in polymer clay around here so this site has been awesome. I have watched the instructional tuts and have come a long way in a few weeks. I also joined so I am looking forward to Friday’s tut on dichroic look. I have successfully incorporated PC into a piece, now I just have to refine the process. I have a feeling that before long I will into making beads and jewelry too. ~Lorrie-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Craft Glue for Polymer Clay Projects

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-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Fossil Shell Beads

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