Wednesday, December 30, 2009

EmilyClaireCreations

EmilyClaireCreations

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With all the mediums available for crafting why did you choose Polymer clay?
It is so accessible and adaptable to become what I want it to be.

How did you learn to use polymer clay? Internet, experimenting, books, classes.....
Books, internet and fellow guild members

What is your favorite tool to work with?
rubber stamps and exacto knife

Do you like to work with any mediums other than polymer clay?
I like to draw

What is your favorite polymer clay technique & why?
making faux metal and stones. I love the look of hammered metal and semi-precious stones. Now I can mimic them to adapt in my own designs.

What is your least favorite technique and why?
I think caning, I haven't tried it, but it intimidates me

What is on your "to do" or "to learn" list?
discovering how to faux gold/silver leaf and get over my mental block of alcohol inks

Do you mix your own colors? Why or why not?
yes! I have a certain pallet I like to work with, that revolve around metallics

How do you keep your designs fresh and original?
I keep reading

What keeps you from getting into a creative rut?
shopping, reading and learning

What is your favorite brand of clay if you have one and why?
I am a big Premo! fan, but I have discovered the beauty of Kato clay

Is there anything else that you would like to add?
I love working with polymer clay, because it is so personal. I can make it anything I want it to be. I can use designs/images that are personal and make the jewelry that is meaningful. Also, If I need a focal piece to accommodate a multi-strand design, I just have to make the focal piece how I need it to be.
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3 Smooshing Thoughts:

Sarah said...

Ohhhhhh Love that ginko leaf! So creative!

2 Good Claymates said...

You have some very nice designs. Great work!

Your Daily Muse News said...

Enjoyed the look at your jewelry, nice work !