I’ll admit, I was drawn in by the polymer clay pop tart pin and earrings on young Mossy Owl’s site. She’s one of those Etsy 20-something girls who delights us with her intriguing mix of talent and silliness.

And while I was looking at her deliciously crafted inedible edibles, I realized that she has compiled a comprehensive list of video tutorials. Most are only snippets of the full videos. The short segments give you a good idea of what’s covered in the session. Mossy Owl has even catalogued the YouTube polymer video tutorials.

While those pop tarts may be empty calories, there’s plenty to nourish you on her blog.

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  • reply Amber Dawn ,

    I am really enjoying your posts!
    Yummy!

    • reply franziska ,

      thanx for this idea! a lot of new inspirations for our sweet kitchen… 🙂 go on, wise owl, go on!

      • reply Trina Williams ,

        Who needs Donna Dewberry with all these lucious sites that give us both inspiration and instruction!
        Trina

        • reply Carol ,

          Love the post! Looks YUMMY!

          • reply Kristy ,

            I thought it was real! Great work!

            • reply Michael ,

              I’m so flattered to see my blog mentioned here! Thanks for the thrill, Cynthia!

              • reply polymerclay | Pearltrees ,

                […] While those pop tarts may be empty calories, there’s plenty to nourish you on her blog. And while I was looking at her deliciously crafted inedible edibles, I realized that she has compiled a comprehensive list of video tutorials . Most are only snippets of the full videos. The short segments give you a good idea of what’s covered in the session. Wise Owl | Polymer Clay Daily […]

                • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

                  Soooo glad you posted this. Jules is a member of our regional pc group and is as nice as she is talented. Thanks for this post.

                  You might want to check out Victoria James’ work…. incredible.

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