My favorite thing about these PcT roadtrips, is that we get to learn first hand how everyone has different reasons why they love polymer clay as a medium for expressing their own creativity… even when there are obstacles and challenges.
For example, in spite of the fact that Cindy Peterson only has 10% of her vision remaining, she is still able to create beautiful polymer clay jewelry… along with some enthusiastic help from her passionate young friend, Elizabeth.
Cindy, Elizabeth and I spent the afternoon looking through boxes and boxes of their beads, jewelry and sculpted flowers. We shared lots of stories and I gave them as many tips as possible in the time available, for helping with their polymer clay projects.
Doug caught some of our visit on camera…
Bet you weren’t expecting to see a singing dog in this clip! We wanted to throw that in for your viewing pleasure :-)
I hope you enjoyed this PcT Roadtrip video. Cindy and Elizabeth have embraced the creative journey of polymer clay and flourished no matter the challenge. Please let their stories inspire you to let go of anything that might be holding you back from making what you love… and loving what you make!
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