Member Benefits 032-4: Video Learning

Polymer Clay Membership Site I’ve looked far and wide online and there is nothing out there that is easily understood or filmed halfway decently. When other people film a clay tutorial, why do they not understand the importance of the close up? And don’t get me started on the sound quality. Anything on YouTube I have to plug speakers into my laptop so I don’t have to lip read. With Cindy, you KNOW you are going to get a professional, easily understood and well thought out lesson with great picture and sound.  It’s like Cindy and Doug went to film school. They get it. ~Jill-V >> This comment was originally posted here: Beaded Lanyards

Hiya Cindy, Your tutorials are the best Cindy, and with your tute’s I have so little scrap clay and I always am able to find a use for the scraps. And I’m very glad your tute’s are so affordable. I learn so much from you. And thanks to Doug too – his video’s and photography are fantastic! Thank you both for all you do for us, your students!!! One of your many grateful students. ~Lisa-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Library

Hello, I have been a member on Cindy’s site since September of 2008, and I love it! First of all, Cindy Lietz is a real sweetheart. She really appreciates all her members and even those who just stop by for a visit. If for some reason you can’t find the answers to your questions . . . just email her personally and she will get back to you almost immediately. She has created a vast library of information and adds to it every week. A great deal of her instruction and information is Free, no cost. Her videos are well done: she shows you close-up angles, details, and tapes at a speed that is easy to follow. But my goodness, for $3.32 per month, how can you go wrong! I feel very fortunate to have discovered her site. I have found nothing else online to compare with what she offers. Also her blog has great commentary from Cindy and other Poly artists. Polymer clay lovers. . . I highly recommend this wonderful site! ~Debbie-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Beads

Welcome to the best place on the web for polymer clay info and instruction. You definitely have come to the right place. Be sure to check out Cindy’s free videos, if you haven’t already. Her videos are truly top drawer. ~Carolyn-F >> This comment was originally posted here: Preserve Your Memories II

Dear Cindy – I just watched the [Rose Bead] video. Thankyou-thankyou-thankyou!!!! I really needed to see the whole process because I have read instructions on how to make flowers and they were as clear as mud. Your instructions however are so clear and the colour blending is so logical and practical. I can see myself making all sorts of flowers using this technique. I can’t wait for next week. Your online classes are so fantastic and I look forward to each one! Thanking you again. Your grateful student. ~Cara-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpted Rose Beads

I don’t use credit cards but it may be a good idea to get one for this video. And yes Cindy and Doug you deserve all the praise anyone could ever give you. Your teaching is first class and your costs worth every penny, or should I say cent (hardly know its gone from my bank its such a small amount). And Doug your video shots are so clear a true professional. Love you both. So come on you non-members, join us. You won’t miss the price of a hot dog a month – that’s about what this costs and 100% more benefit. We are learning and having fun just chatting to each other so come and meet us as a member. ~Ritzs >> This comment was originally posted here: Leopard Cane Tutorial

Great idea Peggy! I belong to the NYC Polymer Clay Guild and at last month’s meeting, I talked about Cindy and her Polymer Clay Tutor. As a matter of fact, another guild member also subscribes to this website. It is so easy to promote Cindy. Her course is extremely informative and her weekly newsletters are chock full of great ideas and tips! I can’t wait for May!!!! Like I always say when I get together with my girlfriends “Happy Happy Joy Joy”!!!! Thanks again Cindy! ~Hobokenmary >> This comment was originally posted here: Ivy Charm, Leopard and Zebra Canes, UV Resin

Really great video on making the pillow beads. Your explanation is so very easy to understand as well as the visual being of great help. Thanks again for great instructions!! ~Adrienne-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Pillow Beads

Hi Cindy thanks for the tumbler video, I love mine. Please keep the videos coming, I’m hooked on polymer clay thanks to you and your videos. ~Paul-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Polished Beads

Brand new to the craft. My stepfather, who just passed last week, had been doing polymer clay for 2 years and even sold his wares in the nursing home. My wife and I are going to try it and perhaps we can move from novice to where we can supplement our income. I am really excited, love your video’s (bought the 39 lesson beginner’s lessons) they are extremely helpful and a darn sight better than learning from a book – although we have a book or two as well. ~Doug-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

It is so thrilling to see so many people getting into and enjoying all the variations of polymer clay – isn’t it? I think having great teachers like yourself is what is needed everywhere. I was devastated to learn that they quit teaching it in Red Deer. They only teach cake decorating now! I would have to travel to Calgary to take a lesson – so why bother? I enjoyed my instructional videos from you so much and now that I am (finally) finished my sewing project for my brother I can sit down and review those videos again and then join the members library! Wowza! I’m so excited! ~Aims >> This comment was originally posted here: Craft Classes

Don’t have time to watch telly any more always glued to your videos. Just love to see and read all the comments. ~Josie-T >> This comment was originally posted here: How To Make Polymer Clay Lentil Beads

Yes, yes, yes. Do a follow up video. I too think I could muddle through the written instructions, it is sooo much easier when I can see you work your magic. ~Laurel-B >> This comment was originally posted here: How To Make Butterfly Wing Jewelry

Wow, this kaleidoscope video tutorial is my favourite. Thanks so much Cindy. It is so worth being a member here :) ~Kapita >> This comment was originally posted here: Easy Kaleidoscope Canes

This week’s Glowing Jelly Roll Cane tut is wonderful. I am excited to get started. Just a couple of chores to get out of the way first. On my way… Have a wonderful day. Many thanks. ~Joyce-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Hollow Polymer Clay Puffy Beads

Cindy just watched the tute and I agree with Phaedrakat, it was great and so much information very well done. You and Doug make a wonderful team. Thank you both for another home run in tutes. Uuuuuugggs. ~Peggy-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Pansy Cane Video

I love my purchase of the entire set of back issue videos! What a joy to have a “tutor” instead of flying by the seat of my pants, wasting time, money. Bonnie-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Videos

Your video has become my Friday treat. My favorite tip so far has been the plastic wrap when making buttons. What a difference. I’ve been trying every week to turn your video into a document so that I can have the instructions next to me while I work. I think it was last week that you gave us graphics of the project and this helped me a lot, not having to pause the video and capture a shot to paste into my document. It would be wonderful if you could occasionally do this. It was great. Thanks. ~Janet-A >> This comment was originally posted here: UV Resin Techniques

Hi Cindy, I am so glad that I found your site. Just wanted to add a great big thank you for all the wonderful videos and tips. Your site is amazing and your videos are fantastic. Thank you. ~Lindsay-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Artisan Jewelry

I am pretty new to the site and I LOVE the videos!! So many ideas running through my brain!! ~Gina-T >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Faux Agates

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