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I feel blessed to have Cindy and Doug as teachers. I just saw someone else selling a tutorial on making your own texture sheets for a whopping $39.95 which is more than what we pay here, for a full year of weekly video lessons. ** I think I will keep my teacher :) ~Brenda-M >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor

Cindy – just wanted to tell you that I love your tutorials. I have learned more in the last two weeks than I have in the last four years. I love working with clay but you have made it into an obsession for me. I learn so much faster when I can see it done rather than reading and making so many mistakes. I had made up my mind to pay for the video lessons at another site, at upwards of fifty dollars for just one class. Then I stumbled upon your site. Wow!!! you have made it affordable even for those of us on a limited income. THANK You so much! I will continue to purchase all the back issues as I can and look forward to all the new ones. Again thanks for being there. ~Karon-C >> This comment was originally posted at this link: Polymer Clay Jewelry

Cindy I just have to tell you that this technique is a wonderful addition to your teaching. Beautiful and it looks easy for a technique that at first seemed intimidating. One other thing I want to say. I just purchased a video from another publisher about resin work. The artist is quite well known, as well as the company. However, the quality of the video was no where comparable to your videos. You and your husband do such a wonderful job producing your videos that it is the standard from which I judge others… and I have yet to find any that don’t come up short! Your instructions are clear, the photography is excellent, and the boxed close ups are so valuable. You do beautiful work, and provide a great value too. I look forward to each Friday! ~Sue-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Lietz Teardrop Blend Color

You won’t find better – or less expensive – videos any where. Cindy’s videos are Class AAA. Her husband, Doug, does the filming. They make a great team and have a way of making it seem as if I were right in the room looking over Cindy’s shoulder. ~Carolyn-F >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor Community

Dear Cindy. Well, I am sitting here for hours just enjoying all that you have to offer!!! It is actually 3:38 in the morning where I am, and I just finished going through many videos… some that were new to me, and some that I had seen months ago. It is really cool seeing the ones I already saw before, because it is like I am seeing them with new eyes, and learning even more the second time around! I really want to encourage anyone who is going back and forth about whether or not to get a Paid Membership… DO IT, YOU WILL BE SOOOOOOO GLAD YOU DID!!! ~Cindy-E >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor Library

I became a regular member a few weeks ago. I thought about doing it when I first came across this blog, but I put it off. Now I am kicking myself, because I missed out on all that value! At least now I will get future videos at the super cheap price. I will also try to pick up the back issues every time I can afford to. I just love this site and Cindy’s videos! (And, of course, polymer clay) ~Phaedrakat >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Flower Cane Tutorials

Overwhelmed after seeing the last three video tuts in a row, I can tell you.  Cindy is the best teacher out there for my money. ~Jocelyn-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Blue Morpho Butterfly Wing Cane

WOW..  I’m in awe of the possibilities with this one! Cindy, you’ve really outdone yourself! So many different variations we can apply, I can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with! Thank you so very much for an excellent tut and an amazing new technique, and thanks to Doug for his awesome video skills again this week. Have a great weekend! ~Tanya-L >> This comment was originally posted here: Mixed Media Art Sheets

I have made molds for old buttons and pieces of jewelry with scrap clay but I have to admit this looks so much easier. Thank you for the way you walk us through the tute Cindy, you have a way of simplifying it. Thank you Doug for you awesome filming. Without you Cindy would not be able to show us any of this. Together the two of you are perfect team who knows how to get the point across to your students. Always giving so much and asking so little. Thank you once again for being the best!!! Many Uuuugggs. ~Peggy-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Sculpey MoldMaker

Cindy, I’d like to take this opportunity to let you know that I have only just recently become a member and I am so impressed with the videos. I especially liked the alcohol ink on foil technique. Your instruction is just wonderful and I have already learnt so many terrific things. Your excellent videos really are the way to learn. They’re fab! I’m so pleased I found your website. With kind wishes, I’m in Australia :-) ~Fran-Y >> This comment was originally posted here: Morning Coffee with Cindy Lietz

Wow how useful to able to use old canes up. Thank-you Cindy the video is well shot as usual. ~Anne-O >> This comment was originally posted here: Scrap Clay Feather Canes

I recently ordered resin from Terry and noticed he had some new products, the silicone was one of them I watched his video and thought wow this looks like a great product and easy to use. Great tutorial idea Cindy. And thanks Terry for another great product. ~Jeanne-C >> This comment was originally posted here: Silicone Molding Techniques

Thank you so much Cindy for this brilliant yet simple idea! My mind just took off as I realised the potential, the sky’s the limit! I also want to thank you for making Friday such a special day, I get a real thrill on Thursday when I realise I only have to wait a few more hours for another super video! ~Marion-R >> This comment was originally posted here: Faux Druzy  Polymer Clay Tutorial

Wow these are simply lovely! I particularly like the earrings with the silver wire. Thank you Cindy. Doug, your filming is just getting better and better — thank you too! ~Susan-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Embedded Leaf Vein Hammered Wire Bail

Wow, Cindy, it’s like you’ve read my mind again. I am very excited for this video and the next! I can see that this year is going to be just as good as last year. You just keep the creativity on coming!! ~Laura-Z >> This comment was originally posted here: Hammered Metal Bracelet Blanks

Hi Cindy and all,  just watched this weeks video on Mixing colour recipes. Thank you so much Cindy. I do exactly what you do and had figured it all by my little self, but it is so good to see it reiterated here and to know I have been going the right way about it. The tip about putting the 4 colours in a plastic bag, is great as I never know what to do with the left overs as I seem to make a bit much sometimes, if not making the project for it at the time, but was not so organised as to the clay leftovers, so that was a help. I do use my cutters just like you demonstrated, so was glad to see, it was a good AHA moment for me, and I felt good that I am doing it right, or at least in the same manner. It is always good to see it done visually like this, and these videos put us right there with you. So thanks for your wonderful videos, they really make my week. BTW I was working with some new students today on colour mixing so it is timely for me to enhance what I think I know about it. I have a collection like you and giggled to myself when you said you had quite a few recipes printed out but not got to doing the chip yet, same here, I am so behind with that too. Next lesson could be how to find more hours in the day LOL. Thanks again. Love. ~Elizabeth-K >> This comment was originally posted here: Mixing Custom Color Recipes

I am new to polymer clay, and want to learn all I can. So now I will be able to do so with the help of your videos. They are so informative and the close-ups are super. I want to buy more of your videos for my collection. But the problem is, I want them all. LOL. I guess I will have to be patient and purchase what I can, when I can. Thanks for having it so back videos are available. ~Esther-O >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Library

Again, your added tips and tricks! Every time I view your videos I learn something! How great is that…. thanks, hugs. ~Patt-W >> This comment was originally posted here: Tips For Filling Metal Bezels

Hi Cindy, I’ve been a member for a few years now and I truly enjoy your work. The Lord has blessed you with many talents and I have learned a lot. Today’s video did not disappoint – none of them do. I appreciate what you and Doug are doing here. Thank you. ~Michelle-A >> This comment was originally posted here: Grape Hyacinth Flower Cane

Cindy, your videos are well worth the money even though I am not one to make beads. The information is good for all aspects of working with polymer clay. I have bought quite a few of your videos and subscribe to the weekly videos which I look forward to. I have read polymer clay info but seeing you do it makes all the difference to me. Thanks. ~Jean-B >> This comment was originally posted here: Polymer Clay Video Library

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