Member Project Photos – Polymer Clay Art Sheets Technique

Polymer Clay Artists “I’ve been watching
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This blog is a community meeting spot for polymer clay artists of all skill levels. It is a place for learning and applying new techniques that have been taught over at the Polymer Clay Tutor Video Library.

And for everyone’s benefit, enjoyment, inspiration… there is a Facebook Photo Gallery that makes it quick and easy to share pictures of your polymer clay projects.

The selection of Vol-028-1 Polymer Clay Art Sheet Images showcased below, is just a small sampling from the 408 Facebook photos uploaded to date. Way to go guys! As your Tutor, it makes me very proud to see how much everyone is accomplishing.

Cindy, thank you for today’s tutorial – I enjoy the projects that leave lots to creativity like this one!!! Thanks!!!!

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Member Project Photos: Polymer Clay Art Sheet Jewelry

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The Polymer Clay Art Sheet Jewelry photos posted above were submitted by: Cindy-G, Angela-J, Marlene-C, Loretta-C, Elizabeth-S and Lisa-W. If you have any questions or compliments for these talented polymer clay artists, please use the comment section below.

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  1. Sue F, 30 September, 2010

    Wow, there’s some gorgeous work there! :)
    I particularly like the red and gold pieces… really striking!

  2. Tanya L, 30 September, 2010

    Congrats to all of you – Sue F’s right, your work is gorgeous, and you can all be very proud! This technique is limited only by your imagination, and I can see how each of you applied your own unique twist to it and got completely different looks from each other. Great job every one!

  3. Elizabeth S., 30 September, 2010

    This technique is certainly among my favs. Such pretty pieces!

    BTW, I bought a new computer for my travels but cannot access the tuts. There doesn’t seem to be a way to log in, even if I did remember my password. Any help would be appreciated. Can one’s account be accessed from more than one computer? I need my tuts!! I’m away from home, dealing with a newborn grandson and all that involves, a two year old who is not at all certain she wants to keep her new baby brother, Catsup, (her best attempt at saying Jacob), whose favorite words even before Jacob’s arrival were “mine” and “no”. Don’t get me wrong-I’m relishing the joy of each and every second of this amazing blessing-it would just be nice to be able to sneak off once in a while into the world of clay to regroup.

    Hugs to all,

  4. Tanya L, 30 September, 2010

    @Elizabeth S: From what I’ve read, you have to log in from the same computer because it uses your IP address. But if you email Cindy she (or Doug!) will take care of it so you can access your tuts from your laptop. I can’t imagine why you’d need to sneak away from that particular situation, LOL! Just remember, this is not your home.. No drive way, torch, and/or especially no DISSOLVING shenanigans!! ROFL!! Hugs to you too Elizabeth!

  5. Elizabeth S., 30 September, 2010

    OK, Tanya, I’m LMAO! Thanks. I needed that. Son-in-law had to go back to work this morning and grandaughter just had a meltdown, and daughter is trying to nurse a hungry baby and I have to decide what to do with the second mexican casserole we have received in as many days. People have been wonderful about helping with meals but what do you suppose the odds are of receiving two mexican casseroles in a row–the exact same recipe? The ironic thing is that they both are gifts from pediatrician colleagues of my daughter. Should they know that Lisa can’t eat spicy foods right now? Again, enjoying every minute of this crazy experience but it’s fun to talk with my Cindy friends. I apologize for going astray on the blog.
    Tanya, thanks for helping with the computer problem. Although I didn’t want to, I guess I’ll have to bug Doug. After all, it’s about my sanity, right? As we all know, with me that is a relative term.

  6. Joyce M, 30 September, 2010

    @Elizabeth S. Hoping at this point you have your laptop up and running. Very frustrating not to be able to access our clay world for play or excape.
    I have both a desktop and a laptop where I can access my account BUT not both at the same time. All I had to do was notify Cindy of the situation.
    Just give lots and lots of love and attention to the two year old, she is feeling displaced I think. When she feels comfortable that she is still loved and an apple in everyone’s eye she should accept Jacob in my thinking.
    Hugs to the 2year old as well as Jacob, and blessings to all the family.

  7. Joyce M, 30 September, 2010

    Love all the work here, great job everyone and thanks for sharing. Pressed the submit button before finishing all my thoughts. Happy claying…

  8. Elizabeth S., 30 September, 2010

    Good grief. I don’t know what I did to my name. Certainly understand why it was sent for moderation. Cindy & Doug, I’m sorry I’ve added to your workload.

  9. Brenda M, 30 September, 2010

    Beautiful work everyone. I just made my sheets this morning before my kiddos got here. I can’t hardly wait to get started making something out of it.

  10. Lisa Whitham, 30 September, 2010

    Beautiful work ladies…!! I love that the same technique was used for such different looking pieces. One of my all time favorite tutes!! I’m still waiting for Michaels to fill my rain checks for Trnaslucient and Pearl Premo (Ooo for .99 cents each) so I can make more…more I tell ya!
    Thanks Cindy for teaching us such a fun and beautiful technique!

    ~Lisa :)

  11. Elizabeth S., 30 September, 2010


    You are my hero!! Thanks for the help!!! I’ve never been so happy to see that vid library pop up.


    Glad to hear that everything is working again! ~Doug

  12. Lindsay, 30 September, 2010

    wow, that is a stunning technique!

  13. Carrie W, 30 September, 2010

    Wow everyone! I wasn’t sure I wanted to try this until I saw these! Great job!

  14. Marlene C, 30 September, 2010

    WOW! I am honored to have my earrings here among all the other fantastic items. Thank you so much, Cindy. And to all the others Fantastic Job! You give me inspiration to go above and beyond!

  15. Jeanne C., 30 September, 2010

    Great job everyone! They look fantastic.

    Elizabeth, hang in there, remember take a deep breath :) XX

  16. Lupe Meter, 30 September, 2010

    What a beautiful job everyone! I am amazed! I think I will give this one a try.

  17. Peggy Barnes, 01 October, 2010

    Awesome work you guys what beautiful art you have shared with us. Thank you for sending the pictures and Cindy and Doug Thank you for posting them for us. I have been wanting to try this technique since I saw it, I just have not had a good time for it yet. After seeing Cindy’s wonderful work Doug filmed for us, then this today, well I just hope I get a chance very soon. Uuuuugggs, Peggy

    Cindy and Doug I think I owe you an apology. I access my library of tutes on my desktop computer and laptop at home. Then I also access it at my daughters house 200 miles away on her desktop and laptop. I have never had a problem pulling it up. I did have a problem with my password one time at home my computer kept shutting down on me, then straighten out next day. Please let me know if I am only suppose to do this on one computer.

    No need to apologize. The system allowed me to see your roaming activity and I adjusted the settings to allow it for you. But thanks for mentioning. Have a great weekend! ~Doug

  18. Linda K., 01 October, 2010

    Oh my goodness, these are all fabulous!

  19. DawnB, 02 October, 2010

    Beautiful work! I love this technique too. I’m so glad I didn’t have Elizabeth’s problem with not being able to access the tutorials from a different computer. This is one I couldn’t wait to get home to watch, so I booted it up at work. LOL

  20. Catalina, 02 October, 2010

    Great job with this tute everyone!!! Just wish I could upload photos. FB hates me!! I can get on this site with six (pc and Mac) computers with no problems! I know Cindy and Doug are trying to spoil me by working out a way to view the videos on my iPad. I hope you are getting close, Doug!

    I haven’t been claying the last few days due to family issues, see FB for more info, but this tute is amazing!!!

  21. Phaedrakat, 13 October, 2010

    @Catalina: Poor Cat…that’s not right, FB picking on you! At least you are able to post in other/different areas of Facebook, though…so stalkers like me can track down your work… ;D Still, it makes me sad you can’t “do it like everyone else!” No fair! Maybe one day FB will fix all of their glitches! (We can hope…) ;D
    Compliments to everyone for your beautiful work here! I adore this technique…you really can put your own signature on these sheets…being as creative as you like. The (gorgeous) examples here are but a few of the gazillion ways to combine materials, designs, etc. Congratulations, all!
    Have any of you ever made “stupid” purchases? There are a lot of ways, and I’ve probably done them all! I ended up ‘settling’ on a stamp I didn’t like — just because it was the closest I could get to the “script stamp” Cindy used in her video. It was expensive, too!

    I have several very cool ideas for this technique (IMHO) that used stamps & other media I already own. I scribbled them down in my notebook, ready to use as soon as I get to clay again. But out of all the possible looks I could create, I still wanted at least one Art Sheet like Cindys…with the romantic “script”. I didn’t have the right stamp, though, so I went shopping…at Michaels, JoAnn, etc….& no one had it. They had other stamps with words…but none was “right.” There was something wrong with each one — font too large, too “ugly”; message inappropriate, silly, for the wrong occasion (i.e., wedding, baby shower.) I started thinking where else I could shop, and realized I was overdoing it…so I made myself “settle” on a stamp — even though it wasn’t quite right. I took it home…& saw the error of my ways! Why buy a stamp I didn’t like?

    So, I returned the stamp, deciding to stick with my sketched ideas, after all. I dropped by Michael’s on my way home, and–wouldn’t you know–I found the exact same stamp Cindy used (the Tim Holtz set) right in with the scrapbooking supplies. Not sure I learned whatever lesson I was supposed to, since I bought the stamp with a 40% coupon. I guess I’ll be making the “romantic” Art Sheet beads…as well as the funky & fun ones I already had planned! Sorry for the long story with no meaning!!!

  22. sheryl, 15 October, 2010

    So happy I don’t have to pic a favorite because they are all stunning works of art! Fantastic job all!

  23. Loretta Carstensen, 15 October, 2010

    Thanks, Cindy and Doug, for adding me to the Art Sheet photo projects. This was such a fun technique, and one that I plan to use often. I’ll be sure to add my new photos as I get them done. Everyone’s Art Sheet is just gorgeous. So interesting to see the different pieces from one technique.

    Congrats, Elizabeth, on the new grandson. They are so precious.

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