Let Arlene Groch’s story be a warning to all of you. “My totally out of control addiction to polymer clay had such an innocent birth in September, 2004″, she recalled. “I bought some […]
I’m at Polydelphia this weekend!!! To check out my newly designed web site, press HERE. See ya later!
Can it be that this will be the Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild’s 6th retreat? It seems like only yesterday that my guild co-chair Ellen Marshall suggested to me, […]
Ok, so that’s a bad joke. But there were a lot of new and interesting products at the Synergy Vendor Fair. Jeweler Thomas Mann was there with his […]
The only problem with claiming that you took more than 300 pictures is that not all of them turn out. But never mind. There are some more pictures of old […]
The highlight of the Banquet on the last night of the conference was Cynthia Tinapple’s keynote speech, Watch Where You’re Going Effects Ripple Out. You can see the slide show […]
The National Guild asked Synergy attendees to bring memorabilia to pin on a giant bulletin board in the back of The Big Room. The idea was to commemorate milestones in […]
Polymer clay came into use before the Internet and before pasta machines, tissue blades and the other tools we now take for granted. Kathleen Dustin was there from the beginning, so she […]
It’s a good thing that February is the shortest month, because it’s my least favorite. Here’s something to make you happy–polymer clay Happy Bracelets.
Arlene Groch and the South Jersey Polyaddicts have done it again! I had three days of clay, friendship and whiskey in a Days Inn on Tilton Road in Pleasantville New […]