Polymer Clay Book Giveaway – Flourish – CLOSED

Posted on December 5, 2013 in 2013 Friesen Project by Katie Oskin

Christi Friesen Polymer Clay Book Giveaway

The Friesen Project: Polymer Clay Designs Inspired by Christi Friesen & Flourish

It’s that time again – time for another polymer clay book giveaway! But first, a big THANK YOU to Christi Friesen for generously providing the books to be given away over the course of this year. What an awesome gift she gave to this group! All together now … “Thank you Christi!”

Enter to Win a Christi Friesen Polymer Clay Book, Flourish from KatersAcres

POLYMER CLAY BOOK GIVEAWAY

Entry Requirements:

  • Contest begins December 5th, 12:01am PST
  • Open Worldwide
  • Must provide a mailing address within 3 days of notification of winnings.
  • If no address is given within 3 days, a new winner will be chosen – no exceptions
  • The more times you enter, the better your chances of winning!
  • Don’t forget to spread the good news across your social media so more people have a chance to win a FREE polymer clay book!
  • Good luck!

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32 Comments for this entry
terry haendiges
December 12, 2013
16:28

Bird of Paradise is one of the most beautiful flowers.

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Margie Baxter
December 10, 2013
16:10

I can’t decide which flower I would most like to make, there are just so many that I love, I think though in honour of my late mother I would like to do some of her favourites, violets. I am fairly new to PC and would very much like to learn how to make PC flowers as I have been asked to do my son and future D-I-L wedding cake in 18 months and would like to use PC flowers so they can have a lasting memento of their day.

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Katie
December 10, 2013
21:21

Violets are so pretty. They remind me of “gentleness” for some reason!

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Alison (Ashcraft) Burgess
December 9, 2013
15:27

I have not seen this book yet and I can’t wait to get started on some of the projects.

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Patricia Hall
December 9, 2013
14:59

I have 3 of Christi’s books and love them. I think that I would love to learn how to make an Iris. Have not done a lot with clay but enjoy working with it when I have the time.

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soledad
December 9, 2013
14:59

I like clavel flowers.

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Fotojennic
December 9, 2013
13:14

I love flowers so much I cant choose just one!! I think I’d make Irises or maybe pansies… and cala lilies!!

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Astrid
December 9, 2013
12:07

There are many flowers I would like to make, but a poppy and a peony are on top of my list 🙂 Never seem to get the peony petals right LOL
Can’t believe the year is almost over already; will miss seeing everyone’s beautiful creations…

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Gloria Allen
December 9, 2013
11:43

I would love to learn how to make Iris’s. Love bearded Irises.

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Katie
December 9, 2013
11:47

Oh those are GORGEOUS flowers!

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Mariona
December 9, 2013
10:55

I would love to make an Edelweiss or a Japanese Lily… both are quite tricky and lovely!!!

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Katie
December 9, 2013
11:29

I LOVE Edelweiss – that would be a great flower to make!

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Jen
December 9, 2013
10:13

It would be cool to be able to make a tigerlilly or a lotus blossom.

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Michelle
December 9, 2013
09:32

I would love to learn to make a hydrangea.

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Katie
December 9, 2013
11:30

I would like that too! I love the look of them but they are so STRONG in smell my eyes get all puffed up; so a clay one would be perfect!

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Karin
December 9, 2013
08:49

It would be a stunning gift to round off a really crappy year. 🙂

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Katie
December 9, 2013
11:31

So sorry to hear you’ve had a bad year! I hope & pray it will get better for you. Just so you know, the winner is chosen at random.

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Chris
December 8, 2013
02:06

Wonderful

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Susan Samuel
December 7, 2013
18:39

I have crossed everything that can be crossed – in the hope!!! I would love to win this book. I simply adore all your polymer clay work. I am trying but with limited success.

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Katie
December 9, 2013
11:31

Thanks for the sweet compliments Susan! You will get better with time, everyone usually does.

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Zan C
December 7, 2013
13:07

I would make an orchid.

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Daisy
December 6, 2013
19:17

Ohh,thanks!!!

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Debbie
December 6, 2013
18:50

I’m really looking forward to this book! Thanks for facilitating my foray into clay!

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Jackie Crouch
December 6, 2013
18:18

I am just learning to work polymer clay and would love to have a copy. Plus your tutorials are great. Thank you

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Wayne Wiley
December 6, 2013
16:58

I really enjoy your humor and the way it come through in your books.

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Tamera Davis
December 6, 2013
16:49

I have all the other books! This one would be amazing to win

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Karina
December 6, 2013
16:38

OMG!! I Love This Book my fingers are crossed ^_^

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Pam M
December 6, 2013
10:16

I love irises and lillys but as a beginner PC artist, this is probably a lofty goal. All flowers remind me of God’s creation.

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Katie
December 6, 2013
11:03

Lily’s aren’t actually that hard. There are several good tutorials online. Iris’ however (for me) are challenging.

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Juanita
December 5, 2013
21:31

Rose would be at the top of my list. But I’d like to be able to make as many flowers as I can.

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Katie
December 6, 2013
11:03

Clay flowers are gorgeous. I have my 5 year anniversary next year and we are renewing our vows. I’m hoping to make a polymer flower bouquet.

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