Taking a Moment With My Foxgloves In The Back Yard

Taking A Moment With My Fox Gloves - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #678: A short message about enjoying life’s special moments. They’ll make you better as a person, and as an artist too.

Topics Covered In This Video:

  • I am standing in my back yard on a gorgeous June morning and I’m watering the foxgloves.
  • And I just wanted to talk to you a little bit about… taking a moment.
  • This morning when I brought the sprinkler out, and started watering,  the sun was coming through the leaves, the sound of the sprinkler and the way the breeze was feeling… made me just want to sit down and absorb it… the whole feeling… thee way everything looked… the way it smelled… everything.
  • All I’m saying is, as an artist… as a person really, if you could just grab those moments and try to absorb them.
  • Because they’re not things that happen that often.
  • We live these really hectic lives, always rushing around and if we don’t try to soak those moments in, we won’t find that happiness that is out there for us all.
  • I think it will make you a better artist too. Not only a happier person, but a better artist because you will be able to see things that you aren’t normally seeing.
  • So I just wanted you to enjoy this little moment with me.

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Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor
  1. june frederick, 25 June, 2015

    cindy i have been looking for larger pendant backing that you insert your settings in they make
    those so small do you know a web site or where to find them. at least 2.5′ in length
    thank you

  2. Cindy Lietz, 26 June, 2015

    Terry Morris at EpoxyJewelry has some pretty large bezels you might want to check out June.

  3. Mary Morris, 25 June, 2015

    Well said, Cindy, thank you for the reminder. I love you foxglove. It’s too hot here in SE Washington for a garden full, so I have 1 in a pot by my front door. Enjoy them while they last.

  4. Cindy Lietz, 26 June, 2015

    Hi Mary, we filmed this at the very beginning of June, but it is getting pretty hot and dry around here too. In fact I haven’t watered since shooting this video, to conserve water and most everything is drying up and the grass has turned brown. So different than the June we had a couple of years ago that everyone was calling “June-uary” because it was so cold and rainy. I can’t complain, because it really is beautiful… but it would be good to get a little more rain.

  5. Patt W, 26 June, 2015

    Thank you for reminding us to stop and take a deep breath. You are so caring………………….

  6. Cindy Lietz, 26 June, 2015

    Thank you Patt! :)

  7. Dixie Ann, 26 June, 2015

    Bless you Cindy, you truly are a caring person.

  8. Rita Zwitser, 26 June, 2015

    Hi Cindy,
    That was so beautifull to see you inthe garden.
    Thank you for all the inspiration!

  9. Lena S, 29 June, 2015

    I needed this reminder this morning. (:

  10. Cassandra, 04 July, 2015

    Sounds like you have some great plans for the future. I looked at my file and I go way back to 12, if possible I would prefer to get the “back door” videos. As a long time polymer user the earlier videos contained a lot of basic stuff. In advance I would like to thank you for ever thing.

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