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From: Melody019/1/12 3:35 PM 
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posting this for Ginger and anyone else who might be interested. May be some duplication.

experiences and anecdotes from working with Pardo clay
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=69782.1

Gilladian faux amber, experience with white spots that buffed off, bee’s wax as and ingredient in Pardo
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=68826.1

http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=68480.9
Gilly, Pardo clay is MORE flexible than Kato. A friend showed me her bracelet of woven strips and it was flexible enough to go from laid flat to wrapped around a wrist without hesitation.

ClearestTrans; Trans curing time temp Moe and others
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=67424.4

Trina; Lisa says doesn’t need resting before canes are sliced
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=67340.15

http://www.polyclayplay.com/

Trish at http://www.polyclayplay.com /coupon etc
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=65735.10

Jackie, for use in canes
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=67084.2

Trans PARDO
Very white and bury in corn starch; Liz
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=67340.7

Trans very clear BJ
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=65735.2
http://knighttwork.blogspot.com/2010/09/pardo-clay-again.html

BJ’s experiments with Pinata, etc.
http://knighttwork.blogspot.com/2010/09/more-pardo-art-clay.html

Tonja blog
http://tonjastreasures.com/wordpress/?p=2466

Gaerie’s tests
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=62379.3

http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=62597.1

Trish
http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=63692.1
http://www.polyclayplay.com/

http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=63997.1

http://forums.delphiforums.com/polymerclay/messages?msg=63692.23

My analysis of Pardo Professional Art Clay translucent 0000
Conditions easily; won’t take artist’s pastels easily; rolls out PM#6 thin easily;
Raw tears very easily; very weak trying to get thin clay off tile (tore); raw is nice color translucent;

Anita in AZ
http://www.MelodyODesigns.artfire.com/
http://www.etsy.com/shop/melodyodesigns/
http://www.melobeau.blogspot.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/melobeau/

  • Edited 11/4/2012 4:18 pm by Melody01
 
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From: Jenn (Devilsgirl3) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host9/1/12 9:24 PM 
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Not a Delphi link, but Carol Simmons has been doing some great experiments with Pardo colors.

 

 
From: gingersblue9/3/12 4:33 PM 
To: Melody01  (3 of 9) 
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WOW, Melody, I just saw this. Thank you so very much for all the good info! This helps a lot. You're a gem!

Ginger

 

 
From: Melody019/3/12 6:49 PM 
To: gingersblue  (4 of 9) 
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<< saw this. Thank you so very much for all the good info! This helps a lot. You're a gem!>>

Hi Ginger, Glad to be able to help. I also LOVE cobalt blue glass AND you blue bottle trees (most gorgeous). "Grow Where you are planted. Love it. I wanted to read about your blue bottle trees at your blog, but I get a Wordpress error message.

Read a bit about you at your blog. You certainly have a varied and interesting background. So sad that the stained glass calla lillies panel was broken in transit. What a beautiful piece. You work with trans colors and holographic effects pieces at Flickr are most interesting, too.

It's nice to see the marriage of your scientist left brain and artist right brain. No telling what you'll come up with.

Anita in AZ
http://MelodyODesigns.artfire.com/
www.melobeau.blogspot.com/
www.flickr.com/photos/melobeau/

 

 
From: gingersblue9/3/12 7:19 PM 
To: Melody01  (5 of 9) 
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Thank you Anita, such kind words! Hey, come back anytime. I want to create a dialog on my website and facebook page where we share what creativity means in our lives. I think so many of us have similar joys and struggles and call me crazy but it fascinates me. 

That's the first I've heard of a wordpress error on my site. If you wouldn't mind, could you try it again, maybe tomorrow, and let me know if you see it again? This computer stuff can be so maddening trying to track down why things don't work. Is it on all posts or just the one about "grow where you're planted"? That one doesn't actually have an article yet. 

I planned on doing all that this weekend but sort of had a little mishap on Saturday (nasty dog bite on my wrist) so I can't do much computer work or my hand swells. Or clay work for that matter. Boo-hoo! Because I really wanted to work more on that trans experiment you read about on Flickr.

Oh well, it's teaching me patience. And the husband is learning to cook dinner. (Which may, in fact, be a greater coup!)

Thanks again,



 

 
From: Melody019/4/12 12:35 PM 
To: gingersblue  (6 of 9) 
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Hi Ginger, So sorry to read about your experience with the wrong end of the dog. Hope you are OK and healing up......that you have all the patience you need...and that your DH is a quick study in the art of cooking meals!

<<I want to create a dialog on my website and facebook page where we share what creativity means in our lives. I think so many of us have similar joys and struggles and call me crazy but it fascinates me.>>

Creativity IS a fascinating subject. I look forward to reading your thoughts If you haven't already discovered Marie Young's blog, Creative Sprinkle, you might like it. She's written some very interesting posts about creativity over the years.
http://creativesprinkle.blogspot.com/

I tried to answer this via email from your "The Blue Bottle" website but I get error messages at your "Contact Me" and "About Me" and also at all your "Popular Posts" links from the "Popular Post" list on the right of the main page and also the links with the photos to all the past posts Like "Holographic Effect Pendants", "Blue Bottle Tree", "studio Notebook"; i.e., those with the photos and a bit of text on the main page. The only ones I tried that seemed to work are "Home" and Portfolio".

Contact Me
WordPress database error: [Unknown column 'day_no_time' in 'field list']
INSERT INTO wp_popularpostsdatacache (id, day, day_no_time) VALUES (223, '2012-09-04 11:11:06', '2012-09-04') ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE pageviews = pageviews + 1, day = '2012-09-04 11:11:06', day_no_time = '2012-09-04';

About Me
WordPress database error: [Unknown column 'day_no_time' in 'field list']
INSERT INTO wp_popularpostsdatacache (id, day, day_no_time) VALUES (220, '2012-09-04 11:12:51', '2012-09-04') ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE pageviews = pageviews + 1, day = '2012-09-04 11:12:51', day_no_time = '2012-09-04';

If you want to, you can contact me via my blogger email. This link should take you to a page with my email link. http://www.blogger.com/profile/02399794521185504956 or else if you click on "About Me, see my complete profile" on the right down a bit on the home page at www.melobeau.blogspot.com/

Best Wishes for speedy recovery,

Anita in AZ
http://MelodyODesigns.artfire.com/
www.melobeau.blogspot.com/
www.flickr.com/photos/melobeau/

 

 
From: gingersblue9/4/12 2:02 PM 
To: Melody01  (7 of 9) 
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Your help is much appreciated, Anita. And thanks for including the error message. I was able to fix it right away. There was a rogue plug-in and I'd never have known it if you'd not mentioned it. Very grateful! Let me know if you still see a problem. It should be fixed, though.

Recovering well today, it's awfully swollen, and I really need to be keeping it up and on ice (there are some pretty deep punctures) but the pain is minimal and I can type. Though I shouldn't and the husband keeps telling me to go watch TV or read or something. Yeah, like that's gonna happen. *grin*

I will look at the site you mentioned. The subject is fascinating. And while I can't be claying I can be reading. So maybe that's what I need to be doing today!

Thanks again!



 

 
From: Melody019/4/12 2:37 PM 
To: gingersblue  (8 of 9) 
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Hi Ginger, The links at you blog all seem to be fixed now. You must be some computer whiz! I love reading your blog and left a message there for you. I have found the large doses of vitamin C, or lemon/lime juice in water can be effective for helping to heal bites and easing the soreness.

Best Wishes,
Anita in AZ
http://MelodyODesigns.artfire.com/
www.melobeau.blogspot.com/
www.flickr.com/photos/melobeau/

 

 
From: gingersblue9/4/12 2:58 PM 
To: Melody01  (9 of 9) 
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