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  • Hey, Marie, really nice article in the magazine, congratulations! I haven’t had a lot of time to experiment with inclusions, but your explanations and showing of the nice greens you created makes me want to try some new ways with spices and other organic things. Thanks for the time you take to make it seem easy and do-able. Beckie

    June 04, 2013
    • Thanks Beckie! It is a fun, low pressure technique that would go great with your natural, Alaskan style. You can get some neat stone and leather finishes too.

      June 04, 2013
  • I got my copy last week, and only just yesterday sat down for a quick look through it… can’t wait to have time to read everything. But I spied your article and wanted to say Congrats! Well deserved! I especially loved the eye pencil inclusions… so awesome!!

    June 13, 2013
  • Congratulations on your “Polymer Arts Magazine” article on inclusions! I always love seeing your work and your little birdie shows so beautifully demonstrates how inclusions can be used to enhance. (Inclusions,…….and I always thought that just meant cat hair:-)

    June 14, 2013
    • I wish I could find a marketable use for cat hair 🙂

      June 30, 2013
      • My mom was a weaver and wove cat hair from our cats into her fabric……..ON PURPOSE! I agree with you, we need to find a marketable use fr cat hair combined with PC. Wouldn’t that make a great memorial for a departed fur friend.

        June 30, 2013
        • Wow, cat-hair fabric. That is creative! The cat hair “memorial” inclusion is an interesting idea. Maybe someone will pick up on it and run with it.

          June 30, 2013
  • Margaret Almon

    I love that you have inclusions in your polymer clay. It is like paper making! I am wondering what you could do with nutmeg!

    June 29, 2013
    • I’ve never made my own paper, but I know some people who make beautiful sheets. The process is similar.

      Nutmeg is a great inclusion! I use it in combination with cinnamon to add larger flecks of texture to faux stone. The combo looks (and smells) fantastic. Unfortunately after it it is baked most of the smell fads away.

      June 30, 2013
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