From time to time I ask myself questions about my future as a polymer clay tutor.
These questions usually come when I am feeling overwhelmed by daily duties, missing some inspiration or just thinking what would life look like when I am 60 and my hands all wrinkled and won't look so great in my videos shoots... (please don't laugh) :)
When I received Kathleen's touching letter, I knew I am on the right path.
Kathleen, one of my PolyPediaOnline students, wanted to share with me her story and struggle with polymer clay over the years, and how one of my classes "made a difference in her life" as she called it.
I had to try it, but we are on a very fixed income.
However as luck would have it, we received a very generous tax return, & my hubby said that I could have a portion of said tax return for "mad money".
He saw how happy your "Skyscraper" lesson made me, that he then allowed me to purchase several more of your tuto's.
My very first attempt was a success ~ Absolutely no disappointment, on the contrary nothing but bliss! It (I made your "Skyscraper" technique into a magnet for my first try!) came out Beautiful and Stunning ~ just as beautiful as your necklace...so much so that I could actually give the magnet as a gift (I sent it to my Sister! I was so happy & excited....I could not get that magnet wrapped up to post fast enough!)............and, I was so proud to be able to give my beloved Sister something beautiful that I made.
|Tanja Stump's brocade purse|
|chicco47 Enchanted flower|
|Fimomaus Enchanted Garden Cane|
|Suzanne Baer Mosquito Necklace|
|ranita2009 Backgroundless flower cane|
|Montse Valle Brocade Collection Purse|
|bijoux cassandra SkyScraper Technique|
|PhiloKralen Brocade Purse|
|Angela Barenholtz Brocade Purse|
|Justin Conley Skyscraper Technique|
|Pascale Flores-Laurent Skyscraper Technique|
|FloRaeMe (Joanna) Rose cane tutorial|
|Eva Hartmann SeeThrough Technique|
I encourage all of you to send me photos of your creations, who knows, you might see them on my next post !:)