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From: Muselover7/9/13 1:35 AM 
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I have a couple of new tutorials up on my blog if anyone's interested. I finally posted my experiment with Lumiere paint in Mokume Gane, and a simple tutorial for doing a rainbow blend with pearlescent clay. Here's the link: http://dancinghandbeads.com

Ann

DancingHandBeads on Etsy
Dancing Hand Beads the Blog
 
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From: MaryKay717/9/13 7:47 AM 
To: Muselover  (2 of 7) 
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Thanks for your experiments and insights.  Beautiful skinner blend and the egg was fantastic.

MK Ozarks
 

 
From: surfingcat87/10/13 6:35 AM 
To: Muselover  (3 of 7) 
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Neat tutorials

thanks for sharing them. I love how generous and sharing the polymer clay community is

Cara

 

 
From: Melody017/25/13 8:24 AM 
To: Muselover  (4 of 7) 
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Hi Ann, Thank you so much for sharing these helpful tutes. Your excellent pictures really help make them easy to understand. I also love your shop name! It's perfect.

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

 

 
From: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)7/25/13 8:28 PM 
To: Muselover  (5 of 7) 
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Very cool! Love your wiggly eggs. And love your tutorials. I'm not the perfect cane maker either, but then I like the organic looking things, so it all works out. *grin*

 

 
From: Muselover7/26/13 12:28 AM 
To: Melody01  (6 of 7) 
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Thanks Anita! It really helps to get feedback, so if you have any thoughts, I'd love to hear them.

Ann
 

 
From: Muselover7/26/13 12:31 AM 
To: Debbie G / Twinkle (debtwinkle)  (7 of 7) 
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Thanks Deb! It's good to know that I'm not the only one who appreciates the "organic" stuff. There have been many times that I've taken delight in the way a bead made from scrap clay looks. And I create a lot of scrap, so that's a good thing!

Ann
 

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