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Just a quick note about some contests currently going on in the polymer clay blogosphere:

  • Lisa at PolkaDotCreations has summed up her very cool Evolution of a Color Scheme series, which shows us step-by-step how she takes a set of colors from idea to implementation. She's asking for help naming her color scheme & will be awarding the winner with their choice of some buttons she made from the color scheme, or a signed copy of the Millefiori Story DVD. Entries are due by November 30th. (And if you're planning on entering her latest color challenge, you'll have to hurry -- those entries are due today!)
  • Polymer Clay Productions has put out a Call for Creativity, asking for entries related to gold/silver (or any other color) composition leaf. Submit your entry to their forums by November 28th for a chance to win prizes.
  • The Polymer Clay Artist's Guild of Etsy is hosting their monthly Vote & Win, with this month's artists' entries focused on mokume gane techniques. Check out the beautiful entries & vote by November 28th for a chance to win a polymer clay prize pack.
  • And speaking of voting (but not prizes), this month's dragons & fantasy-themed challenge over at Polymer Clay Central had quite a few entries. Take a minute to vote for your favorite.


I entered a piece in the "Call for Creativity" before the deadline... and it disappeared. So I sent an email to Ilysa and Kyra asking if they knew what happened and I haven't heard from them either. Do you know if something has happened? I love your blog btw... I check it often for news.

Pat, I'm not sure what might have happened, but I'll send an email their way for you. I noticed they didn't post about last month's winners until November 5th, so it could be that they're still sorting out the entries. Good luck!

Thanks! I just thought maybe since they didn't respond to my email either that something had happened there.

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