Is that negative voice in your head holding you back from finishing your polymer clay projects, or even stopping you before you get started?
Fellow clayer Valerie Mellors calls that voice, Inspector Buzzkill… and I think he needs to go! Perhaps you could fling him across some field using a catapult device :)
I want you all to be able to find joy in the process of learning about polymer clay. Let go of those negative thoughts and voices that lie to you, and tell you that your things aren’t good enough. The thoughts that hold you back from ever opening that pack of polymer clay, or trying that new technique, because you’re afraid of screwing it up… they all have to go.
In this behind-the-scenes Studio Cam video, I share some thoughts and tips on how to how to deal with your own version of the nefarious Inspector Buzzkill.
In the comments section below this video, do share your own stories of how negativity has held you back in the past! And more importantly, tell us what has helped you to overcome those creative blocks.
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My goal is to help you to learn quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.
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