I’m still enjoying blue and white kaleidoscope canes…
I do really rather like blue and white it seems. I couldn’t resist another blue and white kaleidoscope cane pendant.
This one is a little smaller than the last one I showed you. There are matching earrings too but I haven’t assembled them yet, I much prefer the polymer bit of jewellery making! They’ll be available for sale at my next exhibition which isn’t until November at the Totterdown Arts Trail so I’ve got plenty of time to finish those earrings make some more canes too. I might even make some in different colours…. Leave me a comment to let me know what your favourite colour is and I’ll make a cane in the most popular choice.
Before then I am off on another couple of polymer clay workshops – Polydays in the Cotswolds, UK and then off to the Euroclay Carnival in Madrid. I am very excited about attending both and looking forward to learning some new skills. I realise that I am very lucky to be able to spend so much time immersed in all things polymer clay!
Did you know there are actually quite a lot of polymer clay workshops,groups and events taking place in the UK? In the past it has been quite hard to find out about a lot of them and I know I have missed many I would of liked to attend because I just didn’t know. So I am on a mission to tell all the people who are having fun playing with clay but don’t know that there are groups and workshops happening all over the UK where they can have so much more fun with like minded enthusiasts! Thankfully the British Polymer Clay Guild has a new page ‘What’s on, where‘ that lists all the Polymer workshops and events happening in the UK as well as further afield. You can go and find out what’s happening near you or let them know details of any workshop or events you know about.
Those of you who are thinking about coming along to Polymania UK 2015 next March don’t forget there is an early bird price if you book before Sunday 31st August!