Wednesday, November 27, 2013

PolyPediaOnline News | Free Spinning Christmas Tree Ornament Project, Free Tip on creating your own impression mold and Pre-Holiday Savings

Create a spinning tree decoration for your Christmas tree!
I know many of you are working hard on your final holiday preparations, cooking, cleaning, getting last minute gifts, we are dealing with the same issues here - Hanukkah is starting today!

It’s a very rare occasion (first time in over 100 years!), Thanksgiving and Hanukkah almost on the same date!
The combination of gratefulness and lighting our home is so appreciated and gives us the opportunity to show our love to our beloved, It's always a good time to say thank you to all around us who makes up happy, right?

So, can I steal a moment of your time? I promise it will be worthwhile...
I'm giving away gifts too!

Free Christmas video project;
It started as a fun project for my son's science class and ended up as a Christmas ornament class - for you!
This is a fun project you can create yourself or with friends and family!
Add this tree decoration to your spinning ornaments - indoors, outdoors, polymer can handle all!

All you need is clay in your chosen colors (red, green and white?), permanent markers, extruder (optional), a piece of wire and you're ready!

Click here to view the video, I'd be happy to hear your comments!

Use corn leaf to create
your own impression mold
Free tip for creating your own texture mold;
If you know me long enough you'd know I cannot put aside my recent projects that easily, I am still playing with the flower academy tutorial and looking for creative ways to make my own tools and materials.

Since the industrial corn impression mold was one of the most popular molds in making our polymer clay flowers, I looked for a real corn leaf to make my own leaf impression.

Flower academy polymer clay
life like flowers, used with the mold
The leaf was dried for a full week flat, between dishtowel paper (changed each day) and on top of it, a heavy book. When it was completely dry It was pressed onto scrap clay using a roller, and... voila! a new "zero cost" impression mold!

Corn is one of Thanksgiving symbols, right?
Don't forget to save a leaf and keep aside for your polymer clay projects...

Finally, I wish to thank you personally.
I want you to know how much I appreciate your support of my PolymeriOnline blog and PolyPediaOnline tutorials website.

I hope you have enjoyed learning more about polymer clay, and that your creative self has matured as a result. I know I am learning new things everyday. Inspiration and creativity makes me happy.
Thank you for being such an important part of my life and my passion.

I am inviting you to join me for a seven-day polymer clay "Extravaganza":
Our "personal 2013 PolyPediaOnline CyberDays".

From today until midnight on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 I am sharing my personal polymer clay joy, offering you the very best discounts of the season.

Mention CODE “Christmas20%OFF” on checkout and a refund will be sent to you on PayPal within 24 hours of purchase.

Millefiori canes, jewelry of all brands, shapes and types, liquid clay and alcohol inks techniques, life like flowers, Extruder wonders, faux ceramics, and many more...

Wishing you a happy thanksgiving / Hannukah holiday!


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