Iris Mishly Giveaway – CLOSED

Posted on November 14, 2016 in Offers by Katie

Iris Mishly Polymer Clay Giveaway

Iris Mishly Polymer Clay Giveaway with KatersAcres

 

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

Enter for a chance to win a fabulous prize from Iris Mishly!

Polymer Clay Iris Mishly Giveaway – CLOSED:

Tutorial of the Month

Iris Mishly Polymer Clay Giveaway with KatersAcresThis month our tutorial of the month is none other than “Cosmic Ceramic” from Iris Mishly. [Read more here] Iris has generously donated a few prizes for this month’s giveaway. 2 lucky winners will be chosen.

Prize Pack Includes:

  • 1 Self-adhesive Pattern Stencil
  • One square texture sheet
  • One mesh texture sheet
  • $10 gift card good on over 160 tutorials from Iris’ shop

Entry Rquirements:

  • Contest begins Nov. 14th, 2016 at 12:30pm EST
  • Contest ends Nov. 20th, 2016 at 11:59pm EST
  • CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED AND WINNERS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN.
  • Open Worldwide
  • The more times you enter, the better your chances of winning.
    • You do NOT have to complete everything in the giveaway. Every item you “complete” gives you an entry to win. So the more things you complete, the more entries you get.
  • Don’t forget to spread the good news across your social media too!
  • No purchase is necessary or required to win.
  • Please note: ALL entries are verified. If you have marked a task as “complete” and are chosen to win, your entry will be verified. If entry can not be verified, your entry is automatically disqualified.
  • Good luck!

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43 Comments for this entry
Denise Rankin
November 21, 2016
00:42

I feel the same as Trisha. I want to be more creative. Good luck to all!

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Melissa
November 19, 2016
18:01

Without being professionally trained in art, is there an easy way to learn color theory? I am severely lacking color knowledge, and would love to learn more. That being said, I am on a tight budget, and my cognitive recall is not so swell….lol

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Katie
November 21, 2016
11:00

There are plenty of online FREE resources for learning color theory. For polymer clay you can also try to ColorMixr app.

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Janet Calardo
November 17, 2016
03:35

Love to see differences in different kinds of pigments used.

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:27

Which kinds of pigments Janet?

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Julie M
November 17, 2016
00:19

Is there anything that can be done with baked but severally flawed pieces? No matter how hard I try I have some seriously yucky pieces.

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:28

I’m 99% sure ALL artists have severely flawed pieces. Some things work and some things don’t. If your onto an idea that isn’t quite there yet, keep the piece and revisit at a later time.

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Diane Wong
November 17, 2016
00:01

I actually would like to know what you all do with all of your creations? I mean, I made a cane that I didn’t think was very large and had to make a ton of things just to use it up.

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:29

Great question. I make mini canes so that I don’t have this problem. Be sure you check out Teresa Pandora Salgado because she is a caner and makes very large canes and does a HUGE variety of projects with those canes.

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Robin
November 16, 2016
22:33

I’m a newby and would like to know how to keep little parts on a bigger sculpture from burning

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:31

I’m not sure why small pieces would be burning and not the whole sculpture Robin if you are baking at the recommended temperature. It is possible that if those small pieces are closer to the heating elements they might scorch. It could also be that if you are using an inexpensive oven that it has hot spots. The whole piece should be scorching, not just the tiny pieces.

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sue card
November 16, 2016
22:05

Just love the ceramic tutorial, I have had my eye on it for a while now. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:32

Love your enthusiasm Sue. Please notice however that it is NOT the tutorial that you are entering to win, rather a supply pack.

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Pam Chesbro
November 16, 2016
19:48

How do you keep your clay from slumping slightly in the oven?

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Katie
November 17, 2016
22:32

Great question! Thanks for asking.

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Serena
November 16, 2016
19:14

i would like to read more new product tests on polymer clay 🙂

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Annette Haden
November 16, 2016
19:05

I would like to know what paints could be used on polymer clay and which are suitable for using with stencils.

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smamabird
November 16, 2016
17:45

what is the easiest way to sand?

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Karen Evans
November 16, 2016
14:43

Brilliant giveaway. Wow

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Gillian
November 16, 2016
14:12

I’m always interested in finishing pieces, and in how to design pieces before picking up the clay.

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Rossana
November 16, 2016
13:47

Thanks a lot! Great chance!

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Leslie Combs
November 16, 2016
13:46

Is polymer clay UV resistant? Will it fade in direct sunlight?

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Carrie
November 16, 2016
13:43

I have this tutorial and I love it.
Great prize, too! Thanks, Iris and Katie!

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Deb Beechy
November 16, 2016
13:07

Thanks for the chance to win these awesome stencils

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Lucie Winsky
November 16, 2016
12:23

How long do you normally bake your items?

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Pam
November 16, 2016
11:13

How To Smooth Out Sculptures & Make them without ‘Squishing’ them while you work

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Katie
November 16, 2016
11:26

Great question, thanks for asking. I’ll include it in an upcoming Q & A video.

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blossomandtwig
November 16, 2016
11:04

Thanks for the giveaway! I’d love to win all those goodies!

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Mary
November 16, 2016
10:59

I’m relatively new to polymer clay. I just ordered two of Iris’ tutorials—-thanks Iris and Katie! The stencils and texture sheets would be a nice addition! 🙂

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irismishly
November 16, 2016
12:12

Thank you Mary! Your downloadable tutorials are on their way to your inbox 🙂 Enjoy!

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Jackie Locantore
November 16, 2016
10:57

I am interested in your process of documenting your work. What are your steps?

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Katie
November 16, 2016
11:27

Great questions Jackie and you KNOW I have an elaborate process … right?! Thanks for the suggestion.

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Enid
November 16, 2016
10:53

Really nice prize – all the items are new to me. Could you cover neat ways of backing and threading pendants on Katie’s Acres, please?

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Katie
November 16, 2016
11:27

Great question, thanks for asking. I’ll include it in an upcoming Q & A video.

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Myra Tsung
November 16, 2016
10:47

Great stencils!

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Caroline Fisher
November 16, 2016
10:47

Does this count as a blog post entry? If not, how do I do so? I’m interested in the question of shrinkage when pc is baked. My “stones” come out smaller than the bezel.

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beadsophisticate
November 15, 2016
14:54

I’d like to know what are your favorite inclusions for clay.

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Sue
November 15, 2016
06:03

Thank you Katie and Iris for a lovely giveaway. X

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Tisha Van Patten
November 15, 2016
03:02

Would love to win these stencils so I can expand my creativity with polymer clay.

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Tisha
November 15, 2016
03:16

Also could you please tell me how do I find my transaction ID# for the 2017 Polymer Clay Adventure…I can’t seem to figure that out from my account details. Thank you!

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Katie
November 15, 2016
10:40

If should be on your PayPal statement. If not, just place your full name in the box so I can verify it.

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Tisha
November 16, 2016
16:48

Ok…I ended up entering my full name…I can’t find my e-mail that had my original transaction but for some reason I think I ended up using Amazon payments instead of Paypal. However, I do remember Kira wrote me back that I had signed up because I had e-mailed support about a problem I was having getting my order through, and I’ve been able to successfully log into the PCA 2017 website since then. =)

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Katie
November 15, 2016
10:40

Good luck Tisha!

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