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I hope this new year finds you working on all sorts of wonderful things! Between late-night feedings and diaper changes, the main thing I've been spending my free time on is preparing for the OKPolyClay Twisters Retreat, which my local guild will be hosting April 19-21, 2012, in Norman, Oklahoma. Christi Friesen will be teaching two half-day classes, plus we'll have demos, vendors, food, and plenty of space for claying. I'm particularly excited about our goody bags, since I've been in charge of finding donors for those (they're gonna be filled to the brim with great stuff!).

If you're in the middle part of the country — or have been looking for an excuse to visit Oklahoma (and who isn't?!) — I hope you'll consider registering for our retreat. I'd love to meet you!


I wish that I could be there. It sounds like it is going to be fun. People around here don't get into polymer clay so it would be nice.

sorry Susan I made a mistake minxig those two procedures What I'd like to say is on that video Nan Roche uses a paper punch to make shapes using positive&negative ones on her project but she doesn't laminate them with TLS before cutting them she in fact makes a 3 layer paper sandwitch (tracing paper(which comes with the foil)+foil+regular printing white paper) so its more easy to cut& handle the thin foil over clay surface first peeling the regular white paper layer e sticking the foil on clay and at last peeling the tracing paper from the foil sticked on clay.Sorry again if I was not clear but English is not my native language.best,paulo

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