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June 18, 2011

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Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

Oh Bonnie she is exquisite! Her face is so lovely and dainty. The course textures of the stockinette, frame and showcase her delicate features wonderfully. You must feel so proud of your creation!

Bonnie Jones

Thank you so much Cindy...nice to hear from you again....
Bonnie

Connie Nobbe

I just found your blog through Marilyn Radzat's head dress class...you had posted on the forum and I found your link. Great work! I noticed that back in April 2009 you had posted that you remembered being in an online dollmakers class with Marilyn. I was curious what class that was? The only classes I am aware of, are those on That Creative Place.

I am very intrigued by the amazing things that dollmakers are doing, which I discovered in a magazine called "Art Doll Quarterly". Exciting stuff! I'm just getting started with polymer clay myself. It's so much fun!

Bonnie Jones

Connie: I have no idea what I was referring to because the only on-line classes Marilyn teaches are on That Creative Place...I think...but, sometimes my brain fails me.

Marilyn is the reason I started sculpting in polymer clay..I saw her work many years ago on her website and fell in love with it.

Have fun with the polymer clay!!!!!Lots of help on the internet now...back when I started, it was trial and error.

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