It’s Friesen Friday! Welcome to the first (and easiest) tutorial in the Mixed Media & Polymer Clay Together at Last book by Christi Friesen. This tutorial is fun & super easy. use your imagination and bring your flowers to life. Let’s get started!
It’s time to begin … another Christi Friesen book. This is the second to the last book that we will conquer together for the Friesen Project of 2013. So, without any further ado, let’s open up the book and get started!
Well, it’s once again time for that very sad moment … signing off an another book. There are only two books left in our Friesen Project for 2013. This is the last & final project in the Steampunkery book by Christi Friesen. There is also a free project on Christi’s website for more intricate ghoulies.
Another Friesen Friday is upon us (three cheers for the weekend)! Are you ready for the weekend? Today’s project is a great one. It’s fun, cute, and best of all, you can make this really any way you want. In many ways, this project is similar to our Dragon Project from Christi that we started on at the beginning of the year. So get excited and make yourself something fun this weekend.
Every month you get to hear my “low down” on the Christi Friesen book that we are working through that month. This month is no exception! Today’s book review however is going to send you straight to the “check out” and pick this awesome book up!
An adorable silver leafed polymer clay bunny inspired by Christi Friesen for the 2013 Friesen Project hosted by KatersAcres, in conjunction with Christi Friesen.
Who knows what day it is? That’s right … it’s Friesen Friday! Bring out the clay, tools, fun, music, & let’s have a virtual clay party! Today’s project is probably one of the easier ones we’ve done all year. You can whip up these cuties in under 20 minutes … even my more elaborate bunny took me just 30 minutes to make! But be sure that you have purchased Christi’s book so that you can see all the steps in full of how to make this cute little guy.