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Posted on December 3, 2014 in Work In Progress by Katie Oskin
Where did WIP Wednesdays go? Well … they disappeared for a bit. Life caught up with me for a bit and had me down and out for a little while. After a 2 week blog hiatus, I came home to a computer who’s temperamental tantrums caused severe issues that took a week to fix (yipes!). As soon as my computer was fixed, my beloved dog, Daisy crossed over Rainbow Bridge. To this day my heart is still broken & aching from saying goodbye to her. It’s at times even difficult to work in my studio because she’s not there with me anymore. But … she was always so happy that I also know she’d want me to carry on! So … I’m doing just that.
While my heart is healing, I’ve been working on more tutorials for Parker’s Club. Parker’s Club offer 2 PDF tutorials a month to subscribers for just a small fee. Get more information on how to join & what you get here. The most recent tutorial “String Bean Santa Claus” was delivered to members just this past week.
This week I am inspired by Lisa Ammerman, who has been a featured artist here on the blog. (Read her interview here). She’s been busy making the cutest handmade polymer clay art dolls in Santas, Snowmen, Snowballs, & Elves too. Each of her unique designs truly captures the fun, joy, & colors of the season.
Every week I choose 1-2 artists whose work has caught my eye during the week. How do you catch my eye? It’s simple … use social media. Here’s a few easy ways to catch my attention: become part of FaceBook groups I am also on, showcase your work on your FaceBook page, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest, or even tag me @KatersAcres in your photos on FaceBook.
What’s going on in your studio? What are you working on? Is there a project you’d like to see me tackle and feature on the blog? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear your thoughts & ideas!