Mills and Hughes give mojo tips

Libby Mills‘ recipe for a productive weekend includes:

Victoria Hughes explains her “Four Steps To Get It Done” in her latest newsletter. She recommends that you look at an unfinished project and follow the four steps…then let her know how it works.

She’s got a great bead class coming up March 29-30 (new date) in her Santa Fe studio. Students bring all the beads and objects they’ve always wanted to make into a necklace and learn ways to combine the elements.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    Brava to Libby! Beautiful new work! I’m soooo inspired and overwhelmed now, I guess I better go to Victoria’s newsletter to get grounded. lol!

    Thanks Cynthia!

    • reply Libzoid Blog » Blog Archive » Rain, Reality and Rivets ,

      […] On a dreary, gray, rainy Monday morning, it was a kick yesterday to see I got a mention over on Polymer Clay Daily. I admire what Cynthia Tinapple has done for the polymer clay community so much, it’s a thrill to get noticed. Her blog and Susan Lomuto’s Polymer Clay Notes have done so much to shine the light on polymer clay art in its many faces. […]

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