Gift Certificates for Sharing Polymer Clay Videos with Your Friends

Holiday Gift Certificates “I was wondering – do you supply gift certificates for your video tutorials?” ~Liz-D

With Christmas fast approaching, I am receiving a lot of emails asking how to give the gift of polymer clay… on video. What a concept! I am so flattered that you guys are wanting to pass along my tutorials as presents, to your friends and family. Thank you all, for asking about this.

The easiest way to make it work is for you to pre-pay for a few of the one-time-fee back issue packages that you want to gift (the procedure is a little different than how you would purchase back issues for yourself… more on that in a bit)… and then you would simply give your friend or family member a nice hand written card with some explanation as well as my contact information.

When they contact me, I will guide them through the process of choosing which back issue they would like… and then get them set up with a personal library account and password of their own.

If your friend chooses to become an ongoing subscriber just like you, it’s a very easy upgrade.

Doing it this way ensures that they would end up taking care of their own subscription payments, so that your bank or credit card is not the one getting charged for their auto debits. But please know, they are under no obligation to upgrade if they don’t want to.

I’ve even set up a 15% December Discount if you want to purchase 6 or more back issue packages in one transaction. That discount goes up to 25% if you buy 12 or more back issues at once.

And yes… the discounts even apply if you are giving the videos to yourself. But you must be a subscriber member in good standing at the Polymer Clay Library, to receive the discounts.

Another idea you may want to consider is to gift the 39 part, $37 Polymer Clay Beginners Course. Here’s what others are saying about this course: Polymer Clay Course Feedback

If you are interested in proceeding with any of the gift certificate options presented above, then please send an email and I will provide you with further instructions.

Or if you require additional information and want to post questions in the comments section below… that’s fine too.

Happy Holidays Everyone!

Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor


  1. Susan, 06 December, 2009

    I was given the weekly video subscription as a birthday present and it was one of the best presents I have ever been given! The techniques and explanations that you give are simply wonderful and I look forward to Fridays more than I can say. I hope to receive some more of the back issues as future gifts too!

  2. aims, 06 December, 2009

    What a fantastic offer! Thank you Cindy!

    You know when I can get back into my craft room what I will be doing!

  3. Cindy Lietz, 06 December, 2009

    @Susan – Yes the gift certificates work for birthday presents too :-)

    @Aims – Christmas has come early for you. Your library account was just topped up with 6 new back issue packages (24 videos and 24 A-Series color recipe cards). Ho, ho, ho.

  4. aims, 06 December, 2009

    Thanks Cindy! I might not get to open them until the new year – but I sure look forward to my present whenever I can get to it!

  5. Mariano Rolon, 08 December, 2009

    Greetings Cindy. Where can I find suppliers of products it sells wholesale nail art. I have a small business with my sister nail product in Puerto Rico.
    Lets us know any information. Thank.

  6. Cindy Lietz, 08 December, 2009

    Hi Mariano — A big Puerto Rico welcome to you and your sister! It’s wonderful to have you here. You will be able to quickly find all of the information posted about Fimo nail art by using the search box at the top of the blog home page. If you use “nail art” as the keyword, a list of articles and resource links will show up for you. Hope this helps.

  7. Zena Herbert, 08 December, 2009

    I can’t see the details for how to subscribe to your Members’ Club, nor how much it costs! Help, please! Thank you. Kind regards, Zena.

  8. Cindy Lietz, 08 December, 2009

    Hi Zena,

    Thanks for your interest in my tutorials and the members club / library. The following information should help you to understand how to access all of the many resources available at my web sites. Lots of the information is free. And some requires that you become a paid member.

    1) THE BLOG: There are 100’s of posts and 1000’s of helpful comments available for you to read at no cost. New article are added regularly. And there are several ways to find stuff: (1) You can very simply scroll down through the excerpts and photos at the home page of this Polymer Clay Tutor Blog; (2) You can use the side bar navigation links; (3) You can use keywords of your choice in the little search box at the top of this blog web site. If you don’t end up finding what you are looking for, simply post a question in the comments section under any of the blog posts, and either myself or another helpful member will respond as quickly as possible.

    2) GUEST LIST: This is a free email newsletter that goes out like clockwork every Friday morning. By subscribing, you will receive access to 1 or 2 free videos every week, along with 2 complimentary “B-Series” color recipe cards. These printable cards can be downloaded and saved to your computer. They will provide you an ongoing supply of studio-tested color palettes, that will add professionalism to all of your polymer clay projects. You can subscribe to the newsletter here: Polymer Clay Tutor Guest List

    3) MEMBER LIBRARY: By taking the next step and joining as a paid member, you will receive access to the monthly project-based video tutorials (each tutorial is based on a 6 part series of lessons), plus 2 additional “A-Series” color recipe cards. The price works out to just $3.32 per month. Here is where you can sign up for this option: Become A Polymer Clay Library Member

    If you want to read about what other members are saying, lots of reviews are posted at this link: Polymer Clay Library Feedback

    4) Now if you don’t like committing to monthly subscriptions, or if you just want to “try out” a few of the videos to see how you like them, there is a pay-as-you go option that allows you to purchase individual back issue packages at $9.95 for each monthly volume (four videos and four A-series Color Recipe Cards). More info here: Polymer Clay Video Back Issues

    5) And finally, if you are brand new to polymer clay, please do yourself a favor and start with the Polymer Clay Beginners Course (39 videos for $37). By taking the time to read through some of the comments from those who have already gone through the course, you will see how this $37 will actually save you money and perhaps more importantly, save you a lot of frustration. Here is the link where you can see lots of Feedback About The Polymer Clay Beginners Course

    And… here is the link to the information and order page for the beginners course: Polymer Clay Video Course

    If you any further questions, just ask. I’m here to help.

  9. Kristi L, 20 December, 2009

    I would like to buy Vol. 2,3,4,5,6,8,14 with your December discount. Could you please tell me the total cost for these 7 back issues?

    I’ve been so busy downloading your how-to videos then jumping back to my workdesk to try them, them jumping into the kitchen to cook dinner (notice the priority listing!), that I’ve no time for much else. Haven’t cleaned the house since I joined. This is just so much fun I can’t stop and it’s a great creative outlet for me! Thanks so much.

  10. Cindy Lietz, 20 December, 2009

    Hi Kristi,

    LOL >> “Haven’t cleaned the house since i joined” … I love it :-) :-)

    The total cost for those 7 back issues you selected would be:
    $59.20 (15% discounted price):
    < < 7 x $9.95 = $69.65 x 85% = $59.20 >>

    I sent you an email on how to complete the transaction through PayPal.

  11. Jonalee, 24 December, 2009

    Hello Cindy,

    I would love to purchase the Beginner Course, plus any of the weekly videos I do not yet have access to. I believe I joined with Video-011-1. I am hoping this will qualify me for the 25% discount. If it does not, would you let me know, please?

    I have been working with clay for a couple of years, so might not need the Beginner Course, but am sure I could pick up some info that would be great! Love your weekly videos! I have to admit, I sometimes stay up late on Thursdays, hoping you will post it in the wee hours of Friday morning!!

    I assume you will bill Pay Pal, so I do not need to do anything. If not, please let me know! Thanks for all you do, and have a Merry and Blessed Christmas with your family!

    Jonalee McLaughlin

  12. Cindy Lietz, 24 December, 2009

    Good to hear from you Jonalee,

    Your purchase of the beginners course and the 10 back issues that you do not already own, does qualify you to receive the 25% discount :-) — I just sent you an email with details on how to complete the transaction. Merry Christmas to you too… and thank you for your kind words.

    ~Cindy

  13. Naum Gargani, 30 December, 2009

    Hi Cindy,

    I recently subscribed to your tutorials and I’ve been ordering the back issues of your videos (they’re great, I’m addicted!). I just realized I can get a 15% discount if I order 6 or more at a time and it so happens that there are 6 left that I haven’t ordered yet. I noticed the deadline for the discount is end of tomorrow. Would it be possible to set me up to order in time for the discount?

    Best wishes for the New Year and I look forward to hearing from you!

    Naum

  14. Cindy Lietz, 30 December, 2009

    Hi Naum – Sure that will be possible. You discovered the back issue sale announcement just in the nick of time. I just sent you an email with instructions on how to proceed. So glad to hear you are enjoying the videos. ~Cindy

  15. Tina Adams, 30 December, 2009

    I gave a membership to my oldest daughter, she loves it !

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