Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Polymeri Online 29.7.08

Fimo Maniguette / Maniguette is working with clay since september 2005, take a look at her Manga cane before reduction -

blogs : maniguette.canalblog.com , englishmaniguett.canalblog.com

debashri_m / Debashri Sengupta Muralidharan is making Flowers made from DECO clay for the last 2.5 years. DECO Clay is a special kind of Soft Clay, formulated by Kazuko Miyai of Japan.

Check this http://claygeek.wordpress.com/ blog - interesting posts! i even found myself there :)


Paula Pindroh is an illustrator living near the ocean in Charleston, SC. She enjoys dabbling in felting, origami, & oil painting but polymer clay is her love! http://www.polymerpaula.blogspot.com/

Friday, July 11, 2008

Adventures in America

where am I? I am in far America since 4th of july, having great time with my family and missing my polymer clay, of course, but after seeing polymer clay express store in maryland and meeting Rob and Wilma again (i did met them in CFCF and in Synergy few months ago) i feel energized again and hope to clay soon! seeing Michaels stores and all other craft made me so thrilled! i am having so much fun...

take care every one and see you all soon with new items, new links and new experiences!

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Polymeri Online 3.7.08

First announcement - i've made my 100th sale on etsy yesterday! :)
The happy buyer is Toni from keepsakeeggs - http://www.keepsakeeggs.com/about/index.html and i am happy to send you your lovely hamsa + a bag of polymer clay goodies! enjoy and thank you so much!

just before i take my LONG flight to US tonight, here are some more links to our weekly polymeri online posts -

One of my friends and a member of the israeli forum - Natanei just posted about a lovely bug contest taking place in the LiveJournal community and i asked her to tell us more about it -
The Polymer clay community of LiveJournal - Polymerclayfimo was founded at 2005 by galka_vasina and was dedicated for Fimo creations. The community grown and extrapolate its interests to all types of polymer clay. Polymerclayfimo counts 1865 members – Russian speakers from around the world (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, USA, Canada, Israel, German, Austria, etc`). Now community has 3 moderators: galka_vasina (Moscow http://galka--vasina.livejournal.com/ ), shimshony (Elena Samsonova, New York, http://shim-shoni.livejournal.com/) and xanka (Oksana, Moscow, http://xanka.livejournal.com/). Clear and handy tag system help to new users to drill down to journal entries.
Lately community conducts two interesting contests:
Roses Contest
http://community.livejournal.com/polymerclayfimo/1058537.html - results
Bugs Contest
http://community.livejournal.com/polymerclayfimo/1122284.html http://community.livejournal.com/polymerclayfimo/1126688.html - results
It's great to see worldwide work!

Debbie Anne / Debbie Carlton
Designing and making jewellery is a passion for her. She works with silver, gold and like to incorporate colour into her work when ever she can. Inspirations come from the shapes ,textures and colours she sees all around from nature's quirkiness to industrial symmetry. (her photo on the right)

loopyboopy likes to sculpt dolls. she have so much fun creating characters. Sometimes they are in her head before she begins, other times they come into being as she makes them. she loves quircky, odd, whimsical, cute, creepy and eerie things. She is a self taught artist, working in sculpture for over 20 years, her work is really a collage of many medium, basically she uses whatever works, Papier Mache, Paperclay, pulp, sculpey... http://www.flickr.com/photos/loopyboopy/

see you in another continent! :)
more updates on my trip will be posted!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

New month - New Challenge! Vote for your favorite Personal Hero clay creation!

Just choose from the great entries for the PCAGOE July Personal Hero Challenge, and be entered in a drawing to WIN one of two July prize packs!

Good luck every one!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

My Studio Snapshot in Libzoid Blog

Thank you Libby for giving me a "window" to show my beloved studio!