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Polymer Clay TV presents: Polymer Clay Holiday Gift Guide. We hope you will visit each of these artists websites to see more ...
of their work. We also hope you will buy handmade this holiday season.
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Hi everybody, welcome the first ever Polymer Clay TV holiday gift guide. And today I’m going to show you some of the items that were sent in and then after I’m done showing you that we’re going to have a slide show of all the different artists that sent in their Polymer Clay pieces for you guys to check out.
Everything you see here and some of the other things I’m going to show you are things that were sent in by the artist and every single thing is going to be given away to one of you lucky winners actually two of you lucky winners. You can win by either signing up for the newsletter and you’ll be automatically entered to win or you could win by going over to the website and signing up for our community or you can go there by putting in www.PolymerClay.ning.com and if you join us there we’re going to choose a winner from one of the community members.
Anyway here are some of the things. This is done by a woman named Linda and these are some beautiful beads she’s done. These are mum’s canes and Linda’s shop is NKDesigns.etsy.com and I’m going to flash that on the screen for you so you can check it out. And these are few pieces that Linda did with our magic transfer paper. These are really cool pieces and here’s a beautiful flat floral pendant. It has beautiful flower canes and you can definitely check out her shop there are some really neat things in there. And this is one she’s done with texture and she added some different texture to the top as well.
Okay here’s a dragon that I want to share with you and this is by a woman that you can find it ElementalDragons.etsy.com and her name is Angela and Angela names each one of here dragons. And that’s what I thought was so cool about this one is the stern of the fire clan. And she does such cool work let me show some of here other one she sent it. This is—I don’t know how you will pronounce that Lyle of the sky clan. And these wings are type of —I guess not a modern film maybe fantasy film or something, but you’re really popular you know to use for Angel wings and such. Remove that, I have one more to show. This is Willard of the Earth clan and here’s Willard they all have all I used neat details to them. And definitely check out on Angela’s work.
Next I have some buttons. I have a pendant and I have couple little ornaments and all of them have an accent to Polymer clay. These have beads too. These are just solid Polymer clayed buttons and these are done by Allisa of Divadea.com or you can go to Divadea.etsy.com and find to there as well. And she has some really fun work. I thought these are really neat because they came with like a little card that you can just give them to someone just like this you don’ have to wrap. The cards are beautiful. So definitely check out Alissa’s work you’ll love it.
Here we have some work from Shannon of MissFickleMedia.etsy.com and Shannon is actually a big seller over there and she sells a lot of stuff on etsys so definitely check out her work her. She has a lot of products on there and these are just some fun pieces she has done— this piece it’s embossed as well as this one, not quite sure of she’s done some of the others but they all have a lot of neat texture and I think she packages them beautifully. Definitely just check out Shannon’s work at MissFickleMedia.etsy.com.
Okay, and this is Art by Lilin and she does the coolest ornaments. She has a different take on the Ginger Bread ornaments. Let me show you these. They’re just so fun. Here’s the other one as you go to her shop. I think it’s Art by—let me see ArtbyLilin.etsy.com and she has some really fun ones in her shop too, I've checked it out. So definitely check out Lilin’s work and she has all kinds of neat stuff.
And this is a necklace made by Linda of SCDiva.etsy.com and she actually has another shop which is PCDiva.etsy.com and you can check out more of Linda’s work there. This is a piece I mean it’s just so detailed. I mean she is just posted to the help which I know it’s a lot of work because it’s something I don’t usually do. But it just give us such a class like finish and it looks just like the Jasper and she used these really neat beads in here. And she’s also given two $25 gift certificates to her shop. So definitely, sign up for the newsletter. Definitely sign up for our community and you’ll be enter to win because she’s given two days away. And she has some beautiful work that you’ll definitely want to check out. And here’s some really fun ornament this you can find at SignaturLeiLei.etsy.com and she has some really cool ornaments in her shop that you want to check out. They all have a little bit of sparkle and it’s just a fun thing to have and you can add it to your trim decorate with it. So definitely check her out at SignatureLeiLei.etsy.com.
To get a closer look of all these items make sure to head over PolymerClayTV.com. And we’re going to have a slide show there where you can view each one of these items and get to see them up close and you’ll get to see the artist who made them. Their address so you can go visit their site and check out more their work.
So thanks for joining us and we have seen it here on our Holiday gift guide and make sure you visit these shops and make sure to have a happy holiday.