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  • The Polymer Notebook is a weekly eNewsletter featuring polymer clay tutorials, tips, hints, tricks, featured artists, and so much more.
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  • Free, paid, & noteworthy tutorials from the internet or KatersAcres.
  • Sign-ups for any live or online teaching workshops I am engaged in; including Parker’s Tutorial Club.
  • Advertisements from other polymer clay companies. Both advertisements that have been paid and those that I offer for free to companies I support.
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20 Comments for this entry
Michelle McCumbers
October 22, 2014
23:48

I’m new to polymer clay. I’m interested in painting or making a “painting” with Polymer Clay.

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Katie
October 23, 2014
12:09

Sounds great! Polymer clay is the most versatile art medium around.

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Diana Redlin
September 29, 2014
00:49

Hello,
I just watched your great tutorial on B’sue Boutiques. So much fun stuff that you are sharing.
I was wondering if your email is free? You say I can unsubsripe any time and that is usually a sign that it costs something.
Let me know.
thank you,
Diana

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Katie
September 29, 2014
11:27

Hi Diana,
Thanks for asking. The Polymer Notebook is a FREE email. Legally I have to let you know that you can “unsubscribe” at any time. A link is in the bottom of each & every email. It is a free subscription.

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Lisa
September 7, 2014
22:57

I got it. Thank you!

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Calisa Selfridge
August 10, 2014
13:55

I can’t find the free ebook!

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Katie
August 11, 2014
08:50

You must confirm your email subscription. Once you do that you will be sent a link to get the eBook. If you don’t confirm your subscription, you don’t get the eBook.

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rosebud
August 3, 2014
18:34

Katie I love your tutorials . You expalin things not making it boring, and you have a knack for really connecting with me any how. Some tutors don’t, so I am grateful. I am having a problem with my things being baked in cornstarch being broken trying toget the constarch off. Do you have any suggestions. I really need to figure this one out, but I m so new to clay that I can’t get a solution because I am still learning the medium? Can You help?

Gratefully yours,

Rpsebud

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Katie
August 5, 2014
10:33

Hi Rose,
If your things are breaking that easily they are most likely not being baked long enough. Try to bake them two or three times as long and see if that helps.

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Meredith Brennan
March 30, 2014
02:53

Seems Ive already said the above.Must be getting old cause I dont remember posting it, Meredith

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Meredith Brennan
March 30, 2014
02:49

Hi Katie,
Cant wait to start using your tutes. Am in the process of packing and moving so I dont think I will have much time for the next 2 weeks, but there is always late night work.cHEERS Meredith

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Katie
March 30, 2014
20:25

I really enjoy late night claying … so of my best and most productive work hours are the LATE hours of the night.

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Sandra Clement
March 20, 2014
08:11

Please send me your newsletters!

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Katie
March 20, 2014
08:58

You’re already on the list Sandra. Thanks for stopping by.

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Christine Witton
March 19, 2014
19:46

Hi Katie
I am already signed up to your e-mails. Do I need to do this again? Also I cannot see the box on the top right to fill my details should I need to do so.
Regards
Christine

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Katie
March 20, 2014
08:57

Hi Christine,

Thank you for the heads up. I appreciate it. And yes, you should already be getting my emails. If not, just add your email in the box at the top right. It’s there now. Previously there was actually an error on my page that I didn’t catch. It’s all fixed & the box is back now!
Thank you! ~Katie

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Kathleen Coady
March 14, 2014
10:53

Please send me your newsletters. Thanks!

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Katie
March 14, 2014
11:52

Katy – Please subscribe by filling in the box at the top right. You will be added to the list automatically by doing so.

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Brenda
March 8, 2014
11:55

I am always trying to learn more , i love working with clay . tried some of the homemade clay recipes don’t see how any of them work to make good beads, If you have any ideas on that i would appreciate them, Thank you

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Katie
March 8, 2014
12:31

Hi Brenda,

I’m so glad that you are so eager to learn new things & try new techniques. The creative spirit is an important part of who we are as people. I have little I can offer you in ways of “help” on this particular topic as I have not made any beads from homemade clays. I know that the best & strongest beads will be made with REAL polymer clay and not a homemade version. The homemade versions tend to dry out & crumble, not holding up to daily wear & tear. I hope this is helpful to you.

Thanks for joining me,
~Katie

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