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Just took a sneak peek @ your blog - Ohhhhh My Gosh - YOU are my kinda girl!!! And I found out your name too!! Soooooo, Jennifer, I DO have some questions about the stenciling you did on your dining rm. corner cabinet glass - WHERE should I post my question (s)??? I guess the logical place is on the blog??? ;~)
you can find this clay at most craft stores as well. You can also integrate many "found objects" into your designs and in some cases use paper as you are doing now . . baking the clay on a low heat will not burn the paper! There are many websites that will give you free ideas and how to' for this stuff here is another one . . http://polymerclaycentral.com/ - have fun! Sorry you were not able to access the sites . . you can try typing in Polymer clay and do a search . . . I wish I had some better pics!
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