Member Benefits 075: Tutoring Support

Polymer Clay Membership SiteDear Cindy, Thank you for all the wonderful tutorials you provided us with last year. I had a blast watching this volume, especially the shaded rose cane. You always manage to make complicated thinks look so much easier. Can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with this month. Have a beautiful week! ~Andrea-I >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Videos

Hi Cindy and all, Wow Cindy this colour shift using the Lietz Teardrop Blend is a wonderful extension of the original Teardrop blend you had taught us earlier. I just love it and was fascinated by it, and can see so many possibilities to use it. I have sometimes included one of the colours that had got lost, but never ever thought to change, or as you say shift the blend. Wow that’s great! Loved the pastel version. Thanks for another Friday night fun video. You come up with such new and interesting lessons every week, just don’t know how you do it, but that’s what makes you the great teacher that you are. Thanks again Cindy and Doug, you’ve made my day. ~Elizabeth-K >> Original comment was posted here: Lietz Teardrop Blend Color Shifts

Cindy, you have taught me to really LOOK at the technique you are teaching. It has helped me figure out HOW things are made. I thank you for that – but that’s not all. The tutes drive me outside my comfort zone. Isn’t that great? I am much more serious about my art – but know about myself. I am growing old, but not growing UP. LOL ~Patt-W >> Original comment was posted here: Gingham Cane Extruder Project

LOVE the Irises! So simple, yet if I had had to figure this out on my own, I’m not so sure that I would have made the same discoveries as you! WELL DONE, Cindy!!! ~Nettonya-R >> Original comment was posted here: Sculpted Iris Flower Beads

Cindy you are an awesome and inspired teacher. I appreciate all your hard work. I think that your new people should all understand how much you give as they are all watching the free tutorial. You make it easy to follow and allow us to use your knowledge as we create lovely pieces to be shared with those we love. Hugs. ~Karonkay-C >> Original comment was posted here: Teardrop Blend Shift Video

Thank you for your videos Cindy. I have already learned, and more importantly, gained the confidence to give new things a try. ~Karen-D >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Tutor Library

I am so happy to be part of such a delightful group of people all brought together by Cindy! ~Susan-B >> Original comment was posted here: Faux Agates Popular This Week

New Member Welcome Message: Welcome Kim, hope you enjoy the family here, and I do mean family… you’ll see very soon it is the best money that you’ll ever spend. ~Ken-H >> Original comment was posted here: How the Rocker Bead Got Its Name

Hi Cindy. I want to thank you for the kind words you posted yesterday. It really means a lot. And I want to thank you and Doug for all you do for all of us. You put so much of yourselves into making your blog such an amazing place. I absolutely love it. It feels like “family”. And I’ve come to love and care about the people I’ve gotten to know because of the effort you guys have put into it, making it such a wonderful, caring community. I was permanently laid off in Feb 2009 after working at the same place for 30 years, and I’ve been lost without the daily interaction with friends that I had there until I found your site. Now the first thing I do in the morning is grab a cup of coffee and hit the computer to check the messages. Even if I’m having an overwhelming amount of pain that day, like yesterday, I have to hop on at least once, until I can’t stand sitting any more, and then I still have to drag myself away because I’m afraid I’ll miss something! LOL! I bet I smile, or even laugh, at least once every day because of something I’ve read. So much better than “BC” (you know.. “Before Cindy”). ~Tanya-L >> Original comment was posted here: Seeds-of-Change Polymer Clay Art Jewelry Bracelet

What a great month of tutorials, you never disappoint us. How you can come up with so many ideas I’ll never know!! But glad you do ’cause I sure couldn’t on my own. That’s why we love you :) ~Jeanne-C >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Library

I just love these… they have such an elegant, simple line. You continue to spoil us Cindy – can’t wait! ~DJ >> Original comment was posted here: Embedded Leaf Vein Hammered Wire Bail

My second or should I say other passion is orchid growing (It was first, until I met “Poly” and you!). I have been toying with the idea of combining both, and with this new color palette, I can see several new Hybrids budding soon. You both are really so special and fill a need not only for me, but many others. All I can say is Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! ~Marlene-C >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Color Recipes

Elizabeth… how you could you leave home without it??? Cindy… this was a great tute. I think I’m learning too much, I can’t seem to fit it all in. I know it will come in time. ~Pollyanna >> Original comment was posted here: Polymerized Fabric Roses

I love birds and these little bird houses are so cute! I’ve got some ideas spinning around in my head. Your tutorials are just fabulous and I have so much to yet try. ~Cherie-H >> Original comment was posted here: Sculptural Birdhouse Beads

Love it! I’m so glad you are there to experiment for me right now. I have had so little time to do any experimenting lately. Chasing 3 kiddos under 6, filling orders and getting ready to pcs (military move) to Brooklyn has been taking up all of my mental and physical energy. Thank you, Cindy & Doug. I so look forward to Fridays! ~Kathy-G >> Original comment was posted here: Rolled Mokume Gane Cane

I’m soooo looking forward to this one too. I agree with other comments, those who don’t subscribe are certainly missing out on wonderful stuff. Thanks Cindy. Here in New Zealand we are coming into winter now, so to hang on to spring with all my might, I’m going to make these. Cheers. ~Sandra-J >> Original comment was posted here: Mixed Media Wire Leaf Charms

This is just a beautiful cane Cindy! I love it..!! Thanks for teaching us such wonderfully beautiful things Cindy! Clay On. ~Lisa-W >> Original comment was posted here: Peacock Cane Project

Cindy, I want you to know how much I appreciate you and your family team. Your tutes are a treasure to me. Thank you so much for sharing your passion for polymer clay with us who also have that passion. Woot! You learned by making mistakes, so we don’t have to. Woot! ~Dawn-B >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Video Library

Mmmm these are making my mouth water. Been making mini cake slices and ice-cream cornets but really Cindy you must have been reading my mind as was trying to decide how to make the cup-cake bottoms. Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou. ~Elaine-F >> Original comment was posted here: Miniature Cupcake Beads

You know, I am generally very easy to please and fully appreciate all the tutes, but this one rocks! How absolutely gorgeous is this!? ~Becky-C >> Original comment was posted here: Backgroundless Tulip Cane

I too am enjoying using the videos, meeting new people and I think your work and site concept is uniquely Cindy! Many Thanks. ~Mavis-T >> Original comment was posted here: Polymer Clay Tutorials

Excellent tut! This is definitely something that I can see using. Thank you so much for always figuring out the easy way of doing things. ~Angela-K >> Original comment was posted here: Pandora Style Beads

Ahhhh… Cindy. You keep opening up whole new worlds for me. Looking forward to learning riveting. ~Cassie-C >> Original comment was posted here: Wire Riveting Introduction

This putty is AMAZING! I am thinking of all sorts of things I can do with it – now to find the time to play!  Happy Holidays, Cindy and thank you for all the great tips, ideas, products and for sharing your wonderful talent with us! ~Cheryl-K >> Original comment was posted here: Silicone Molding Techniques

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