The Whimsical Blog

As part of our 10th Birthday Celebrations, we held a VIP evening event on Monday 12th September.

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As part of our 10th Birthday Celebrations we are so lucky to have my beautiful friend and amazing polymer clay artist, Debbie Crothers here at the studio teaching 3 days of wonderful workshops.

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These fun polymer clay beads combine a few basic canes with some composition leafing to create beads that will brighten up your clay table and add a bit of 'Bling' to your clay table.

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  ** UPDATED - EXTENDED DEADLINE.
Due to popular demand, I am giving you all an extra weekend to finish and submit your entries. Photo Entries are due by Monday 8th August 2016 by 5pm AEST. The actual pieces still need to be received by 31st August as in the original post.

2016 is a very special year for The Whimsical Bead as it marks 10 years of us being in business. Where did that time go?!

Our ‘official’ birthday is 25th September and in celebration of this, September is going to be ‘party’ month here at the studio!

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Come and join us for our mid year Open Studio - just in time for Mother's Day!
We'll also be giving visitors a sneak peek at our new workshops scheduled for July - December (and the chance to book early too!).
Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May 2016......read on for all the information.

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This is an easy yet effective little project that uses up all those small pieces of left over clay or cane slices that you have lyng around and best of all it's suitable for clayers of all skill levels!

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These polymer clay rainbow hearts are quick and fun to make!

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Magic Glos™ is one of my favourite products. It produces beautiful results in a short amount of time and it's easy to use also!

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The Sculpey Silkscreening kit has been designed especially for polymer clay and can create some spectacular effects.

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This free and downloadable polymer clay project is suitable for all skill levels and can be adapted to create many different projects. Whilst this tutorial is to create a pendant, you could also create earrings, bracelets and even veneers to cover items.

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