Happy Holiday Best Wishes From The Polymer Clay Tutor

Happy Holidays Thank You - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #608: I often get asked about the curious little background items in my studio. So why don’t we take a closer look…

Topics Covered In This Video:

  • Christmas Day happens to land on one of our regular video publishing days, so I wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy holiday season, how ever or where ever you may be celebrating in your part of the world!
  • Thank you so much for making this past year so fabulous!
  • We have learned a lot from each other.
  • And things are going to even be better in 2015!
  • I often gets asked about the little trinkets and treasures sitting in the background of my videos. So today I wanted to show a few of them to you guys.
  • They are mostly cool gifts from students all around the globe.
  • There’s a unique clear globe paper weight, art cards, paintings, fabrics, a beautiful abalone shell, rocks, minerals, gems, stones… and lots of polymer clay jewelry, sculpted flowers and beads (of course).
  • I feel honored to have such wonderful support from everyone. Wishing you all the very best!

Do you have any suggestions for videos on tips, techniques or products you would like to learn more about? Let me know in the comments section below!

My goal is to help you to learn quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.

Oh and don’t forget to give these videos a Thumbs Up click at YouTube if you are enjoying them. The more Likes a video gets, the higher it rises in the searches. And that means even more people will be able to join in on this polymer clay journey of a lifetime.

Also, by subscribing to our YouTube Channel directly, you will receive notifications as soon as new videos are uploaded. To subscribe, click here… Polymer Clay Tutor Happy Holidays Best Wishes … the Subscribe Button is right near the top of that YouTube page.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor


  1. Lena S, 25 December, 2014

    Merry Christmas Cindy!
    Merry Christmas Doug!

    You guys have been a very meaningful part of my year. You’ve really given me back the fire I had lost for creating. I am thankful for all I’ve learned in the last few months and look forward to all i will learn in the upcoming months.


  2. Cindy Lietz, 26 December, 2014

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too Lena! Thank you for your support and all your kind words. I have found you to be a complete delight and wish for your a creative and productive year!

  3. Dixie Ann, 26 December, 2014

    Cindy and Doug, thanks so much for sharing your gifts with us. It is always fun to see the wonderful artistic pieces that others send you. I want to wish you all a beautiful Merry Christmas and to you all a fabulous 2015 that I know will be filled with new and wonderful tutorials and ideas that will not only capture our minds but our hearts also. God bless you Leitz family.

  4. Cindy Lietz, 26 December, 2014

    Thank you Dixie Ann and Merry Christmas to you too! I am excited about the new year and wish for you all the best. Looking forward to seeing what you create in 2015!!

  5. Sandrine TRUCHI, 03 January, 2015

    Hello, Cindy, this very year has been a great time learning from you! Thanks A LOT, your nice smile is always welcome in my studio!!!
    I wish you a great year, full of happiness!
    I sent you a full box of sunshine from Reunion island

  6. Cindy Lietz, 19 January, 2015

    Thank you so much Sandrine for your lovely wishes! I send you a box of Blue Skies from Vancouver Canada in return! :)

  7. Jocelyn C, 08 March, 2015

    Back after a health absence, and what to I see? A wonderful shout out from a such a good friend.

    That peacock was sure bigger and more garish than it appeared online, lol. Maybe you could use it as a file clip…”really important file.” ROFL….

    Love you so much for all you do for us, may it continue for many years to come.

Copyright © Polymer Clay Tutor Bead and Jewelry Making Tutorials