Polymer for dancing

This blog post from polymer newbie Kimberly Rogers about bad days and new beginnings may make you smile.

She’s an Alaskan lampwork and mixed media artist who easily transitioned to polymer when she bought Ginger Allman’s tutorial on rustic beads.

Kimberly used the red, white and blue polymer that she had on hand and diguised the color with paints following Ginger’s instructions. And then she danced!

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  • reply donna Greenberg ,

    LOL!A good sense of humour is essential when working in polymer. Nice blog and yummy little things Kimberly. And thanks for the shout out this morning Cynthia!

    • reply Ginger Davis Allman ,

      Isn’t Kimberly great? She always makes me laugh and her glasswork is really something special, too. It’s quirky, just like she is. And I love her shop name…Numinosity Beads…divine! So glad you found her, Cynthia. And thank you for the mention, too.

      • reply Kimberly Rogers ,

        What a surprise to see my name up in the big lights here. I had a nice convo this morning from another polymer bead artist letting me know! Thanks so much for the shout out. I sure did have fun playing with Ginger’s tutorial and have been telling everybody to check it out.

        • reply Anke Humpert ,

          Thank you so much Cynthia for mentioning my newsletter. Things have gone wild here and I had no idea why, until someone pointed me to PCD….;-)) Should have know it! Thank you!

          • reply Marlene Brady ,

            Kim’s sense of humor is great. Her comment that they looked like “turds on a stick” had me belly laughing.

            • reply MaryAnn Carroll ,

              Love them!

              • reply Kimberly Rogers of Numinosity Beads | The Blue Bottle Tree ,

                […] Amazingly, Kim’s results were so good that it caught the attention of Cynthia Tinapple who featured Kim in Polymer Clay Daily. […]

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