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You have made my day!! I love birdhouses and I love making little charm type items. I know I’ll end up making these by the dozens. I have a pile of little teapots and flip flops sitting in front of me right now and would love to see you make tutes on those. Your ideas continue to amaze me and bring a smile to my face. ~Fran-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculptural Birdhouse Beads

Dear Cindy, I wanted to say thanks for the tips in your videos, I’ve been working with Polymer Clay for years, I make my own custom cake toppers. I do caricatures of real people from photos, cartoons and even animals, cartoon and real. I really enjoy it and have gotten quite good at it, but I didn’t know how much of a difference sanding and polishing my pieces could make, and I now make sure I work my clay completely before I start. Thanks again. ~Kelly-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Caricatures

Recently, I’ve been trying to finish up another project, a sculpture, and have not had my hands in my beads, but am still reading and saving videos. Be back soon. Keep up the good work. Always enjoy reading you, Cindy. You are so filled with ideas. You amaze me!! Hugs. ~Lynda-D >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Beads and Canes

I have to let you know that right now making miniature food is great fun!!! Though I do not have a dollhouse, my 13-year-old daughter and her friends LOVE my mini food jewelry! And it’s not just the kids… I know of many people that look forward to my latest “recipes”.  It’s probably not something you wear everyday but great fun!!! ~Betty-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Miniature Polymer Clay Cheese Platter

These are awesome! I love glow in the dark creations…especially these flower shaped ones! ~Lupe-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Pod Beads

Cindy, I love this bead technique. After I get back from grocery shopping this afternoon I’m going to be making some Pod Beads. Yipee!! Thanks for another great tute Cindy!!! Peace, Love, and Clay. ~Lisa-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Cane Slice Pod Beads

I’ve bought aluminum cuff blanks before and was not crazy about the size I got them in. Making them in all kinds of widths will make me much happier. Now the wheels are turning. I’m thinking of ways to make the cuffs a little more sculptural. ~Katie-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

These are really pretty Cindy, and I do indeed love lilac and most other purple colours. You must have read my mind, I was just thinking recently about using slices of a simple flower cane to make sculptural beads. Guess this will help me with the sculptural part of that! Oh and yay for another colour recipe as well… I made up a batch of pearl colour chips for my magnetic board yesterday (yeah I know, I’m obsessed with it at the moment, lol) and it reminded me of how lovely mica clays look, even when they’re not sanded. I’m looking forward to this one. … Oh yeah, and the larger open flowers remind me of crocuses, so I guess you could adapt the technique to make those very easily. Or hang them upside down, as snowdrops. ~Silverleaf >> This comment was originally posted here: Lilac Blossom Flower Bead Shape

This is super! This is what I need to complete my Snowmen! I have a couple of unfinished wooden nutcracker Snowmen that needs scarfs!! I was wondering how I was going to do this. But, as usual, you beat me to it, Cindy!! Thanks for saving me time!! ~Catalina >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Knit Technique

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