Saturday, January 2, 2010

GIVEAWAY

This is my last post in this blog.

In 2010, I will continue featuring our amazing, talented polymer clay artists, but I will be doing it less often (once a week) and through my main blog, eugenascreations.blogspot.com. You can see the first feature there tomorrow.

This year, I want to concentrate on my polymer clay tutorials. I plan to release new technique- or project-oriented tutorials more often than I was able to do it last year. I also want to include more free polymer clay tutorials and tips in my blog.

I am leaving this blog up to maintain the collection of all the beautiful works featured here in 2009.

Here are the slide-shows I prepared for each month collection (including the new one, for December 2009):























I would like to thank all my visitors for your continuous support and interest to polymer clay works. I hope you will follow my posts in my other blog this year.

The December give-away price, a set of my faux lamp-work beads, goes to Tina of http://yourdailymusenews.blogspot.com//, who made comment #2 on December 7 post. Congratulations, Tina!


5 comments:

  1. I want to thank you so much for your profiling on this blog of such talented polymer clay artists. It has been a treat to see the new and exciting works that you have featured daily.

    I will definitely be following your new blog and look forward to your features and tutorials.

    Best of wishes to you in the New Year!

    Sue:)

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  2. Looking forward to seeing all the new things you'll be creating this year. I'm truly honored to have been a part of this special blog! Keep up the terrific work!!! :-)

    Happy New Year!

    Rebekah

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  3. Sorry to see this blog go... but I'm happy to say that I subscribe to your other blog, so I won't miss anything :) Hooray!

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  4. Hello,
    Your work is marvelous!!! I work with polimeric clay but i am in a beggining level
    I hope that you visit my blog
    http://fimodela.blogspot.com

    Regards

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  5. These are so marvelous, I've only really been attempting Polymer Food Jewellery so far, but these are all very inspirational. <3 It! x

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