Lucy Clay Tools: Clay Conditioning Machine
LC Machine Review
There are a wide variety of clay conditioning machines [better known as ‘pasta machines’] on the market today. If you watched my unboxing of the LC Machine, you are likely eager to know what I think. Here’s my thoughts on the LC Machine.
Inkadinkado Blending Chalks
for Use with Polymer Clay
I’m going to take some time to share some of my favorites things in my studio that I use with polymer clay. Today I’m going to share my Inkadinkado Blending Chalk set with you. I have also shared how I use them in this blog post, make sure you catch that too.
Introducing the Embossing Die Company
I’d like to introduce you to Steve from the Embossing Die Company. Steve was very generous in sending me samples of his product to review, play with, and share the results with all of you! Although the Embossing Die Company was gracious enough to provide me with samples of their product, the review that follows is my 100% honest thought & critique.
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Ginger Davis Allman
I love introducing new people to you here on my blog. Please know that I am very selective in who gets a showcase opportunity on my blog. For the most part, the artists who are featured here I have developed relationships with over the course of several weeks or months. Ginger is no exception … but yet she is. In a previous post today, I spoke to you about how wonderful Ginger is and gushed over her a little bit. I try not to do this often, as some of my guests find it a tad embarrassing. However, what I want each of my reader’s to understand is that Ginger truly is a very special person.
Why You Should NEVER Say & Do the Following:
“I only use one brand of polymer clay.”
Has someone said this to you before? Or have you said it yourself? It doesn’t have to be Pardo polymer clay. Maybe someone has said to you, “I only use Fimo Classic polymer clay.” In either case, I call this the “polymer clay snob syndrome.” I’ll be honest, I too prefer a certain brand of clay over others, however, I will use whatever I have and often times clay that I have found on sale or on clearance. So why am I against “polymer clay snob syndrome?”