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Nancy Ulrich
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I'm not dabbling. I'm exploring.
I'm not dabbling. I'm exploring.

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Time for me to slow down and get SIMPLE. All too often I try to hurry and my work and art gets bogged down in fussy details. How about you?

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It's Polymer Clay Inspiration Friday! And this week I've found a very sweet photo of a couple of Doreen Kassel's ornaments and a motivating quote to keep you in the studio this weekend. Make something to remember a vet by this weekend. http://www.polymerclayer.com/polymer-clay-blog.html

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Here's my long overdue homage to "Polymer Clay Color Inspirations" by Lindly Haunani and Maggie Maggio. Dang I love this book!

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Answers to your ColorMixr(TM) for polymer clay questions! I gathered together the most common questions and put the answers right here. I"m having SO much fun with my new color app. 

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This is the tool that I wanted to make for myself. I can finally take colors from my world and easily recreate them in clay. Happy dance, happy dance!

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Nancy Ulrich commented on a post on Blogger.
Do not use nail polish or nail hardener on polymer clay...ever. Over time the solvents can make a cute bridal souvenir into a gooey, sticky mess. Use Future Floor Wax, clear Varathane wood finish or a product called Pymm II. Don't be the one responsible for the new wife having to throw out several keepsakes because they were stuck to the nail polish.

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Polymer clay cool tool lust! We're talking to Lee Ann Armstrong about her nifty 'Simple Slicer' on May 10th at 5pm EDT. Join us as we slice and dice caning, shaving mokume gane and the process of creating new products for clay fanatics.

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This is real 'pride'.
This photo was taken in Scotland in 2008 at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling
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Now I suppose you're wondering what Emma Peel of the Avengers has to do with a polymer clay book...not to be a tease or anything...
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