Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Polymeri Online 5.12.12 | Yawning dude piggy bank, Fantasy feather and Lace millefiori canes tutorials, Elegant polymer clay beads design and Extrudinary promotion sale still available

Phew... What a week!
8 hours after announcing the new Extrudinary tutorial launch, ALL 50 square discs and kits were sold out!
8 hours!
Isn't that EXTRAordinary? (I know it sounds obvious that I will use this word, but it was!)
Now, 6 days later, almost all packing is over, CD's all burned, kits wrapped, few more left and 70+ clayers will have lot's of extruding work to do during the holidays ;)

If you're still looking for new ideas and adventures - this one is for you! Special promotion price expires soon!

Back to polymer links?

The Yawning Dude Piggy Bank
Born in the U.S.S.R., after 17 years living in Israel Alexander Mergold moved to Canada in 2008.
He has been making dolls and marionettes for over 20 years.
Alexander works with polymer and air-dry clays to create one of a kind characters inspired by literature and theater and his own quirky view of the world - I was laughing just looking at this yawning dude piggy bank! oh my! this is hilarious! :)
In this piece he is using Free Form® AIR Lightweight Epoxy Putty.
Here is a tutorial by him -
Check out his blog -
and Etsy store -

Millefiori Fantasy
Feather cane

Penni Jo, Claylady43 is sharing with us a feather cane tutorial using the Stroppel cane as the center of the feather. The final result is so beautiful. Did you know that she is a grand mother to 25(!), and great grand mother to 6? :) She and her husband travel in their RV, attend craft shows and polymer clay guild meetings, teaching and selling while enjoying the country! Sounds great! 

Lace Cane Tutorial
Take a look at Parole de pate's Dantelle/ lace tutorial by Magali - A beautiful delicate pattern!

Beads design by Biljana
Serbia artist Biljana Teodorović flickr gallery is full of her polymer clay designs, she is using almost every technique in the book - millefiori, transfers, sculpturing, textures, paints and more. I loved her recent jewelry design using wire addition, textures, lines, dots and faceted beads.
and blog -

If you need me - I'm at the post office!
Enjoy your day :)