Pâte de Polymére; Polymeer Klei; Polímero de Arcilla; de Cerâmica Plástica:
One of the most exciting things about the Internet is the connections you make with so many people from all over the world! Just here on the blog I’ve had visitors from just about every country and comments from several who are brave enough to try out their English or use a translator tool.
I thought it would be fun to give some recognition to some of the international visitors who have been here… in no particular order.
Israel [Naama, Sharon, Iris] …and Tova.
Spain [Jeronimo] …and Mis Laboris.
United Kingdom [Wendy] …and Andrea.
Brazil [Monica] …and Lilana.
The links listed above are the ones I could find quickly. But of course I know there are many more of you from other countries too. I am so happy to welcome you all!
For fun here is a list of just some of the translations for the words ‘Polymer Clay’:
Czech = polymerové hlíny
Danish = polymer ler
Dutch = polymeer klei
Filipino = polimer luad
Finnish = polymeeri savi
French = Pâte de Polymére
German = Polymer-Ton
Indonesian = polimer tanah liat
Italian = polimero argilla
Latvian = polime-rs ma-la
Lithuanian = polimero molis
Norwegian = polymer leire
Polish = polimer gliny
Portuguese = de cerâmica plástica
Romanian = argila polimer
Slovak = polymerové hliny
Slovenian = polimer z glino
Spanish = polímero de arcilla
Swedish = polymer lera
So tell me where are you from? Please leave a quick comment below and let’s see how many different places are represented here in the beads and beading community.