Hats off to NPCG webmaster and the board who have revamped the National Polymer Clay Guild web site. Webmaster Barbara Forbes-Lyons installed a more powerful engine behind this popular site to allow more member participation and quicker updates.

This is phase one of a multi-phase project says Barbara. Galleries, albums, community groups, subscriptions, and other features will be added down the road.

Barbara has wisely taken a vacation after getting the site launched. (She's also the person behind the pixels on PolymerClayWorkshops.com)

If your name is spelled wrong or you find some other error, send it to her and she'll get to you as soon as she can. Barbara's contributed hundreds of volunteer hours. All she should hear for the next while is cheering and clapping.

If you aren't a NPCG member, there's a handy online form. It renewed my membership so I know it works. Please join.

The polymer clay chili peppers are from Judy Dunn. Her recent successes are an uplifting read for a Thursday.

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  • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

    Cynthia..

    A million thanks for your unwavering support of the NPCG and the kind words about the site! I’m off to Miami….!!

    • reply Melanie West ,

      A huge BRAVA!! to Barbara for an absolutely fantastic job!!! I know how many hours she put into that site (believe me, I know) and she deserves a years worth of vacation for it!! Especially because it was all volunteered time. Barbara rocks!! 😀

      • reply Judy Dunn ,

        Thank you so much Cynthia! And thanks to Barbara as well. Such a colorful media deserves a site full of color and life. 🙂

        • reply Jeannie Havel ,

          Thanks, Cynthia, for showcasing Barbara, Judy, and the new NPCG website. They deserve the recognition, and you deserve a huge ‘thank you’ for supporting and promoting polymer clay. Today’s PCD is an especially inspiring start to my day.

          • reply Sherry Bailey ,

            I feel so guilty for letting my membership lapse when Barbara and Judy and everyone is doing such great work. I’ll log on tonight from home and fix that! I WILL!

            GREAT job!

            • reply Edie Stanger ,

              Wonderful job on the website and great new directions for the national guild!

              • reply Trina Williams ,

                Ditto everyones comments. I LOVE the new use of color. This is a truly professional site.

                • reply Lunes ,

                  Congratulations! It looks great.

                  • reply Marla Frankenberg ,

                    Barbara has been putting a lot of work into this, & it shows. Thanks, Barbara — it looks wonderful!

                    • reply alev Gozonar ,

                      Dear Barbara and Chyntia,
                      Congratulations…..
                      I was already spending a lot time visiting your site.But from now on I don’t know what to do with it.I am addict your site.
                      Clapping my hands all of you for that great work..
                      Even I live in Ä°stabul/Turkey I’m sure we’ll meet each other soon.At latest time next February in Baltimore..
                      Kisses

                      • reply Barbara Forbes-Lyons ,

                        Alev,

                        I look forward to meeting you – I do so admire your work!

                        Barbara

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