Saturday, December 29, 2012

Polymeri Online 29.12.12 | Polymer clay mailbox, Academic millefiori project, Fun fridge magnets, Marcame in Sweden and Kemper cutter stamping


Polymer clay mailbox!
Carol Lessans created a beautiful outdoor mailbox covered in full by polymer clay tiles. What a project! I couldn't find any website of hers, but you can enjoy some of her creations on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/cslessans






Karen's framed boxes
Karen's Christmas card background
Karen Woodhall is a student from Australia, completing an advanced diploma of visual arts, she became hooked on polymer clay about 6 months ago and decided to use it in her final body of work. She contacted me by email asking for an advice on a specific display she was thinking about and from there I learned about her project. Finally, she made a set of five clay sheets which were displayed in box frames and also used her recent project as a Christmas cards background. I am so happy for her to found polymer to enjoy and use as her final project. I am sure polymer artists will only benefit from such an academic exposure.
Karen does not have a website yet, I wish her the best of luck!

Polymer clay fish photo magnet
Vicky Wolf 's etsy store is full of polymer clay and crochet goodies, I loved her fish picture frame magnet! She enjoys polymer clay, crocheting, knitting, oil painting, ceramics, macrame, plaster crafts, dried flower arranging and probably needs more than 24 hours a day for all of these!
don't miss her reindeer magnet too!
http://www.etsy.com/listing/113187233/hand-made-polymer-clay-colorful-fish

Macrame how-to project
Being one of Kathy weaver's pinterest followers, I noticed a macrame knotting project she posted. Although in Sweedish, you can understand the steps by looking at the photos. Thank you Kathy!
http://www.cchobby.se/ide/11417-flattekniker.aspx

Polymer clay heart sheet
This is oldie I don't remember seeing before! Use your kempers heart cutters along with acrylic paint to print a heart sheet! Simple and easy project by Debbie Martin -
http://www.pcpolyzine.com/0211november/0211illusion.html

Hope you are having a great time in your holidays vacation!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Polymeri Online 23.12.12 | Extrudinary Winners, FREE Polymer Clay Christmas Project and Happy Holidays from Iris Mishly

Dear friends, At this special time of year, I wanted to take a moment to simply say thank you.
Thank you for being a part of my blog and posts the past year, Thank you for your warm support, comments and feedback, Thank you for letting be a part of your artistic journey....
2012 was a year full of adventures and discoveries, I cannot wait to see what 2013 will look like.

Just before the holidays are here, I wanted to announce the 2 "Extrudinary" winners -
Kate S. from U.S.A and Elvira K. from Netherlands, both of you were drawn from all Extrudinary kit purchasers and will receive a special Christmas gift from me, an original Extrudinary jewel! Thank you!

In addition, you are invited to watch my new and fun YouTube video, helping with your last minute holiday and crafting ideas - Christmas theme Pens!
Make yourself and friends a cute Christmas spirit pen!
Press here to view the video -
http://youtu.be/_6jef-RdMOY

Both pens will be sent as Christmas gifts to 2 of PolyPediaOnline mailing list subscribers -
Margarette M. from Australia and Sandra J. from New Zealand! Thank you too Ladies!

Be sure to visit www.polypediaonline.com and hop around to see polymer goodness. I hope the projects and ideas bring a little extra joy to your season.
I am offering a special 15% holiday discount on all tutorials until January 7th, make sure you mention code "NewYear2013" on checkout and a refund will be sent to you on PayPal within 24 hours.

Wishing you peace and joy during the holidays and into the new year.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2013!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Polymeri Online 13.12.12 | Christmas earrings, decorations, ornaments and jewelry, Skyscraper in ThePolymerArts Blog


Christmas is a minute away and the web is full of wonderful creations. It is only natural that the perfect material to create wonderful gifts, pins, jewelry and tree ornaments will be polymer clay!

Santa
APieceofLisa - Lisa J. Ammerman started her creations over 40 years ago when she was a child. After graduation, she discovered polymer clay and was immediately hooked, she started making jewelry pieces and a few Christmas ornaments, did a few craft shows with mixed results, but she knew she had to stick with it. The following year she started making miniature figurines and expanded her Christmas line to limited edition ornaments and slowly gathering her fans. Good luck Lisa!
Polymer Clay Earrings
HugsKissesMINI - Ada Kalomoiri is a polymer clay artist from Athens, Greece, this is her version of Christmas candy cane earrings with gingerbread! I love the a-symmetric design! She is specializing in miniature food for food "addicts" and jewelry lovers.
Antiqued Santa!

Carla is a full-time medical secretary, mom of 2 teenagers (oh my!) and self-taught polymer clay artist specializes in making little wearable works of art in her free time. Here is another version of Santa, antiqued but looks younger then ever...



Personalized Bears Decoration

Debi Allison personalized Christmas ornaments are SO CUTE! Take a look at this one - a Belly bear family of 5 in woody wagon carrying a tree - Deb is a known figure in the polymer clay world, both she and her cat (crazy Felix) are celebrities in her numerous YouTube videos, and according to her, her husband is also her helper. She is sharing some of her techniques in her videos, don't miss it!

Skyscraper Polymer Tutorial
Almost forgot, Thank you Sage Bray for mentioning my Skyscraper necklace in your blog! It was few weeks ago but still much appreciated!

P.S - Last 48 hours for your "Extrudinary" Savings!
Special tutorial price expires on Dec. 15th!

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!
http://www.polypediaonline.com/Extrudinary_polymer_clay_tutorial_extruder.html

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 -
http://master-klass.livejournal.com/150222.html
Check out his blog - http://amcreatures.livejournal.com/
and Etsy store - http://www.etsy.com/shop/AMCreatures

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!
http://claylady43.blogspot.co.il/2012/11/fantasy-feathers.html 



Lace Cane Tutorial
Take a look at Parole de pate's Dantelle/ lace tutorial by Magali - A beautiful delicate pattern!
http://paroledepate.canalblog.com/archives/2012/10/23/25401578.html

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.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/49117171@N02/7322464352/in/photostream/
and blog - http://dokonadomacica.wordpress.com/

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


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