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All things Polymer Clay, resin, and more…

Do you have something you would love to sell?  Have you pondered how you would go about making those sales?  Sure, it’s super easy to set yourself up with an online shop using platforms such as Ebay, Etsy, or even Amazon to name a few.  But what if you want customers to be able to see your items in person?…...Read more

When it comes to the art of crafting the options are endless and it can seem overwhelming.  One craft tends to lead to another.  I started out playing around with some alcohol ink on tiles.  I now have almost two rooms in our home dedicated to supplies for different crafting projects.  And there’s a sign of it in every room.  From art on the wall to a magnet on the refrigerator.  I could spend all the hours in my day working on craft projects and often I do.  So why not take the next step and share my crafting stories and techniques with others.  Check out My Story and have a look around. 

Have you worked with polymer clay or resin?  Or have questions about either?  Leave a question or comment if you wish. I would love to hear about your crafting experiences. 

Take a look in my Ebay store to see some of the projects I have created.

32 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. I love anything that involves creativity and I appreciate the passion that you have for art from something small aspiring to something big. nice and simple article, best wishes.

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  2. I ordered a couple necklaces and loved them so much that I ordered another for my daughter. Teresa does a wonderful job with being creative and making her art unique! Thank you so much!
    Debbie

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    • Thank you very much Debbie for your kind words. I’m glad you like your new jewelry. I have such fun making everything.
      Take care,
      Teresa

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  3. I really enjoyed visiting your website, and you have given me faith crafting still is very much in our society’s lives despite of all our technology products. People seem to have more problems finding ways to entertain themselves today, and there are so many benefits from crafting and using your creativity in your free time. I feel if more of us spend more time with crafts and less time online we would be healthier, so I am all for your website introducing crafting again to our technology world

    Jeff

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    • Hi Jeff,
      Thank you for your kind words and for visiting my site. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
      It’s interesting because I see the online world as being, not necessarily saturated with crafts,
      but every where I turn it’s about crafting. But that’s where my focus is at. So it makes sense.
      I couldn’t agree more, getting offline and on crafting would be of benefit to absolutely everyone!
      Thank you again,
      Teresa

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  4. Hello! I like to see people getting creative and making things like this !
    I really can feel how much love you put in the procces of making those pendants! They look beautiful!
    Do you also make other things with polymer clay ? Perhaps earrings or rings ? I think that could alse be really interesting ! 🙂

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    • Hello,
      Thank you for your kind words. I do make earrings and key chains as well. Haven’t done rings just yet
      but I certainly won’t rule it out.

      Take care,
      Teresa

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  5. I used to create with polymer clay a lot. I made magic wands, magic staffs, little creatures, and many other things. I even made a little oven with a hair dyer to bake them with since they bake at such a low temp.
    Now I create furniture with wood and epoxy resin. I love what you do and I am glad you love sharing tips.

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    • Hi Greg,
      Wood and epoxy resin, a beautiful marriage. I have done a few furniture resin projects as well.
      I will actually be writing a blog post next week on resin table tops.
      Your visit to my site is much appreciated.
      Take care,
      Teresa

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  6. Love the site and the ideas for starting this craft. Perfect thing to do while we are all waiting to go back to work.
    Thankyou
    Buddy

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    • Thanks Buddy, I’m glad you enjoyed the site, thank you for visiting. Feel free to stop
      back and learn even more polymer clay techniques.
      Take care,
      Teresa

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  7. Hey Teresa, So lovely Design creative pieces. Yes, i Love Design too, as i am a Craft and interior Designer i know how you feel.
    Magnet on the refrigerator so cool. .
    Happy for you working on craft projects there so lovely. Well done 🙂

    Fab
    Tommy

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  8. I’ve been having a real creative block lately. I would consider myself an artist per se but I do love crafting. This has really given me so great inspiration so thanks for that. I’ve been in a funk lately and it’s nice to be excited about crafting!

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    • Hello, crafting really is a lot of fun. To go from having nothing to have a beautiful piece of art
      is such a great feeling.
      I’m glad you were inspired by the post. Thank you for checking it out.

      All the best,
      Teresa

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  9. Hi Teresa , you are really gifted .Nice crafting.The whole world need to see this .How do you do this ?On first look ,i tought they were made by a machine or something .All i can say is WOW .Do you make things for little babies?Thank you very much ,i am also going to share this with my friends and family

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    • Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m not sure what you mean by make things for babies.
      If you are referring to a theme, yes, I can add a theme to my pieces. I love creating new
      things. I’m really glad you enjoyed what you saw here.
      Thank you so much for visiting my site.
      All the best,
      Teresa

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  10. Hi Teresa,
    What a nifty way to reuse your clay! I really appreciated this post. I’ll have to check back again as I am interested in doing more crafty and love to support healthcare workers.

    Best regards,
    Sonia

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    • Hi Sonia, thank you for your kind words and for reaching out to healthcare workers.
      Working with polymer clay/resin can be very rewarding and can really help to take
      ones mind off of things going on outside.

      Enjoy your day,
      Teresa

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  11. Hi Teresa,

    I really liked you article. I like things that involve design and creativity. Congratulations for both article and your designs.

    Regards,

    Anestis

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  12. Wow! You have some beautiful designs here! I love the handmade blue and brown pendant of polymer clay. It looks so unique. Your creations will make wonderful gifts for friends and family, and maybe I could even get one for myself. What I love is that these are all unique pieces, there is no other like them 🙂

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    • Thank you so much Christine for your kind words. And thank you for visiting my site.
      They are certainly one of a kind pieces. I really love creating them.

      All the best,
      Teresa

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  13. Hi there….. I can’t believe these are made from scrap pieces. They definitely have become a showpiece. Are these able to get wet? I’m very interested in this product. Great use of creativity! Keep it up!

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    • Hi James, thank you so much for visiting my site and taking the time to ask your question.
      You absolutely can get all of my pieces wet. Resin is definitely waterproof. And the
      few I have that do not have resin can also get wet.

      Thank you so much,
      All the best,
      Teresa

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