2013 and Beyond!!!

December 29, 2013 , In: General
Hard to believe 2013 is coming to an end very soon!!
The technique I played with in 2013 is not really a technique but a medium. I have been wanting to jump in to Polymer clay for a couple of years, I finally did it this year.
I started with mostly painting these flowers and starfish.
then moved on to mixing color combinations
 and of course I had to start using Ammonite and Sea Urchin
 textures which have been a favorite of mine using PMC since I began in 2008.
Had fun with my Wonky Bead Blog hop!
Wonky Bead Blog Hop REVEAL
I can’t say I have anything specific I want to learn in 2014,
 I just want to continue expanding my Polymer Clay techniques and continue working with Copper.
I want to play more with my own textures using
 Scratch Foam
 Photo Polymer Plates
 and my Sillhouette Cameo Machine.
Thank you all for coming along on this ride with me and I hope to continue with the fun in 2014!
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Kristi Bowman

Kristi Bowman has been working with Precious Metal Clay since 2008, she's moved from Silver to Bronze now Copper.    She's been dabbling in various forms of art most of her life but only recently really made it part of everyday life. A little bit of Polymer Clay has recently been added along with some Enameling and Pewter Casting and many other art forms she hasn't quite found the time to play with.
    • JuLee
    • December 29, 2013

    I certainly hope you do continue with your polymer exploration. It is such a versitile medium, just image what you could do if you knew more

  1. Reply

    And I will forever be a passenger on your creative ride!!!!! Thank you

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