Giveaway—Polymer Clay Simply Made PDF e-book

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI know we’re all about felting, fabrics and fibrey things here, but I know most of us have lots of different creative interests, and also like to learn new things so I’m giving away a copy of my new PDF e-book called Polymer Clay Simply Made. It’s all about how to produce smooth, even clay for using with lots of different techniques to create unique, interesting polymer clay pieces, such as brooches, buttons, tiles, pendants etc, and how to do it without having to buy expensive or specialist equipment and products. It is suitable for complete beginners, and anyone who hasn’t even opened a packet of polymer clay before can create items like those on the cover in a matter of minutes. For more details you can read the full blurb on my blog or a recent post here.

You don’t need to do anything special to enter, just leave a comment on this post. If you’d like to spread the word through your blog or facebook etc, it would be very much appreciated but it isn’t a requirement. I will randomly draw the winner 8 days from now, on Sunday 28th July 2013, so please check back on the 28th to see if you’ve won and leave a comment on the announcement post so I can contact you with the download information.

PAGESIf felting is more your thing, Annie and Lyn at rosiepink are doing a giveaway of their excellent new e-book ‘How To Make 3D Felt Vessels Using Flat Resists’. For info on the book have a look at this page.

*** The Giveaway has ended now, please check this post for the winner

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35 Responses to Giveaway—Polymer Clay Simply Made PDF e-book

  1. aKunaKumara ~~~~ Sharon Wilson says:

    The Book looks fantastic Great idea a giveaway

  2. Michelle says:

    ooo…oooo…ooo….yes please…enter me….waving flag! 🙂

  3. Anita says:

    I’ve already read your entry on how you make a pdf tutorial and this book looks rather interesting. So I’m throwing my name into the luck pot as well. 🙂

  4. laura says:

    Ich interessier mich schon länger für polymer clay und habe das Rohmaterial seit nun über einem Jahr bei mir rumkullern… Das Werkeln scheiterte letztendlich an der nichtvorhandenen Nudel”maschine”… Ich würde mich wirklich sehr über dein “buch” freuen!!:-)

    Since last year I am the owner of a polymerclay set… I really wanted to learn this “technic”… But because I had no pasta machine and its a tool mentioned in quite EVERY tutorial I’ve read, I had become lazy… maybe this will change soon;)

    (

    • zedster66 says:

      I can see how the pasta machine can be helpful for some techniques, I do have one and have tried it, but didn’t see any use for it myself. I just use ‘tools’ you probably already have. 🙂

  5. Lyn says:

    The fact that you don’t use expensive equipment is quite a plus for most crafters!
    Your writing style is so easy to read and understand and your photographs are fantastic.

  6. Linda Spreen says:

    Would love to win since I work with both felt and polymer clay.

  7. I shared on facebook for you Zed I hope that spreads the word. Don’t put me in the draw.

  8. Ellie Foster says:

    Dear Zed
    I would love to be entered in the giveaway. I am a relatively new convert to polymer clay and absolutely love it!
    Best wishes
    Ellie

  9. Terri Simon says:

    Hello Zed,
    Like you, I am primarily a “felter” but I have done some small sculptures with polymer clay and I’ve been wanting to make some clay buttons for felt purses, etc. I find it interesting that many fiber artists & crafters have similar preferences, when it comes to branching out in other mediums. Paper, clay, ceramics, wood…. we are a very tactile bunch! I would love to be entered into your giveaway to learn how to do this and to create some of the beautiful designs you demonstrate. Thank you for the opportunity!

    Best regards
    Terri Simon

  10. I’m a beginner at both felting and polymer clay, and currently immersed in polymer clay projects which has taken over my kitchen this summer. Would love to be entered in your giveaway also.

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  12. zedster66 says:

    Thanks for the nice comments, everyone 🙂
    I agree it does seem fibre artists go for other tactile crafts too and polymer is popular, probably because we can make cheap matching buttons!

  13. Looks interesting. Polymer is really easy to use and doesn’t make a big mess. Made my own buttons before and everybody was astonished at the fact that it was handmade with polymer clay! Would love se learn new techniques.

  14. Carrie Botto says:

    Two of my favorite things!

  15. Joan Cain says:

    Just started working with polymer clay. Need all the help that I can get. Joan

  16. Bekk says:

    The book looks great, I could do with some help with polymer, my polymer work never seems to turn out quite right. Thanks for the chance to win.

  17. Whoo hoo! I’d love to win this book!

  18. Laura Lang says:

    This looks like a great book. I’d love to win!

  19. Iryna B. says:

    I’d love this e-book! Please enter me, so I could move on with my p.clay beginning!

  20. Cath T says:

    I love your examples, and the sample pages look interesting and easy to follow.

  21. Anne L says:

    What a wonderful chance – thank you. I need some help to use the polymer clay I have bought but not yet used.
    Anne

  22. Valerie C. says:

    Just what I need! Would love to have something to show me where to start with my polymer clay dreams!

  23. zedster66 says:

    Thanks for all the entries and comments 🙂
    Good Luck!

  24. jackie koudry says:

    I would love to win this book. I have played around a little with polymer clay but could sure use a book designed for beginners.

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  26. Belinda says:

    I look forward to all the “things” you get in to. I live vicariously because I just don’t have the time!!! Keep it up. I have had a polymer clay for years just waiting for me to play with. Knowing how would certainly help. LOL

  27. Sally says:

    You’re book looks fantastic! I’ve never tried making anything like this before, but I’d like to have a go : )

  28. Linda says:

    Add my name to the list..looks fascinating!

  29. wendy says:

    Love the cover projects, looks like a great book. Thanks for the chance and I’ll blog about it.

  30. Carmen says:

    Sounds like a wonderful book – thanks for the chance to win

  31. Linda says:

    Timely book…I just purchased my first polymer clay to make buttons for the sweater I’m knitting! Thanks for the chance!

  32. zedster66 says:

    Sorry, the draw was on July 28th. The Giveaway is closed now.

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