Free tutorials from your friends

Here’s the second batch of links to my favorite free tutorials in case you have a hankering to play during the holiday. These are gifts from your fellow artists.

The decorations are from Chris Kapono.

Happy Holiday!

  1. Faux Ceramics from PolymerClayWeb

  2. Maggie Maggio’s missing link
  3. Miniature fish cane from Shay Aaron
  4. Faux AgateĀ from CreationMyWay
  5. Sweet Corn from Angie Scarr
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  • reply Susan ,

    Thanks for the great tutorials today and yesterday!!!! Merry Christmas

    • reply Sarah ,

      Aaww! Thank you for posting even on Christmas!!! Merry Christmas!!!

      • reply Corinne ,

        hey Cynthia! how incredibly considerate of you to keep your ‘public’ in mind even on Christmas day. now i know why you’re my home page. fabulous tutorials —many thanks and have a wonderful holiday!

        • reply Jill Palumbo ,

          Merry Christmas, Cynthia. Thank you for letting us know about the free tutorials. What a fun gift to all of us.

          • reply Wendy w Malinow ,

            Happy holidays Cynthia, PCD chick extraordinaire.
            Thanks for your daily inspiration this quickly expiring year…
            I ‘m continually inspired by the myriad of directions that polymer has taken this year. Happy holidays everyone!
            Sparkle on,
            Wendy

            • reply Cindy Matthews ,

              As everyone has said, thanks for the heads up about the tutorials – very nice gift!

              And, speaking of gifts – I happen to be the proud owner of the beautiful green ornament by Chris Kapono.

              me<

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