Polymer Ouija Board Needed

I could use one of these little polymer clay oiuja boards by Wickedgems as I look at the past and predict the future of our craft at next week’s conference. There are a number of interesting pieces throughout the Wickedgems site.

Thanks to Kim Cavender, Bettina Welker, Ronna Weltman, and Janice Abarbanel for letting you peek at their contributions to the Synergy silent auction.

Fellow Ohioan Debbie Jackson has spruced up her web site with new work in a new format. After a year in the studio, she’s restarted her classes for those in the Columbus area. The schedule is on her site.

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  • reply Karen Woods ,

    UT Oh! Does the silent auction take Mastercard?? Seriously! Those are all beautiful pieces!


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