Polymer Clay & Mixed Media Together at Last Book Review

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Friesen Friday - Polymer Clay & Mixed Media Together at Last Book Review

Polymer Clay Book Review

Friesen Friday - Polymer Clay & Mixed Media Together at Last Book Review

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!

Polymer Clay Book Review

Polymer Clay & Mixed Media at Last - CoverChristi has done a fabulous job with this book! Printed in 2008, you’ll see pieces, parts, & hints of her other books in this one including her newest Flourish: Flora, Birds, & others. If you are a person who gets easily bored with one type or style of claying, then you will love this book.  It’s got a little bit of everything for everyone! From plant life, creatures, animals, a few holiday things, under the sea, people, and a gallery of photos both in the back and along the way to inspire you. As always, Christi does a great job of explaining all her steps with dazzling photos and great descriptions … did I mention she’s funny too?

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What You Will Need This Month

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Major Project Listing

Remember, tutorials can not be completed without the book.  Please order the book here.

Oct. 25 – Funky Flowers – Page 44

(Get excited & make OODLES of these fun flowers!)

Nov. 1 – Quetzalcoatl Calls – Page 126

Nov. 8 – Lizard – Page 81

Nov. 15 – Grape Expectations – Page 24

Nov. 22 – Thor’s Dragon-Serpent – Page 112

Nov. 29 – Little Water World – Page 95

If there’s a project in this book you want to do but is not listed above, feel free to have a go at it!

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The Friesen Project

The Friesen Project is done in conjunction with Christi Friesen. All tutorials are retaught here with her expressed permission. Please make sure to read about the project here, and get answers to the most common FAQS here. If you would like to join the project, feel free to sign up here.

See you next Friesen Friday,
Until then, Happy Claying,

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