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Note to readers
IPCA Arches Retreat
 


The International Polymer Clay
Association (IPCA) presents its
2014 retreat,  "Arches: Building
Clay Connections"
in Columbus,
Ohio, August 21-24. Pre-conference
workshops
are offered August
19-20.
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How
                        to Make Animal Eyes


New Feature at pcPolyzine


Mandarin Ducky's Creative Corner You might have noticed we've been sprucing up a bit at pcPolyzine. We added pages on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest featuring free tutorials from our archives. The redesign of our home page is nearly complete and we've added a fun new feature: videos on our own YouTube channel!

Joining us is Aniko Kolesnikova who hosts Mandarin Ducky's Creative Corner featuring video versions of some of our most popular tutorials. But there is a twist: just like many of us, Aniko is a self-taught polymer clay artist. She learns the way we learn-from books, the Internet and trial and error-and she's willing to share her clay adventures.

This new video series is available now and offers basic techniques from our tutorials with the added benefit of creative ideas from Aniko. She will show how to make finished projects and tell us what does and doesn't work, in an entertaining and informative presentation.

Let Aniko and Mandarin Ducky's Creative Corner be your inspiration to develop confidence in trying new techniques and discover novel ways of using what you learn. Watch Aniko's Videos now on our YouTube channel.


Aniko KolesnikovaAniko Kolesnikova is a vibrant young designer born in Latvia and living in the UK. Her primary artistic medium is polymer clay which she uses to create jewelry, keepsake journals, charming figurines and various items of personal adornment. She uses video as the mechanism for promoting her contemporary lines of jewelry with unique presentations ideal for today's social networking market.

Follow Aniko on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Visit her website,
read her blog and find her jewelry and polymer clay art in her Etsy shop.

Watch more of Aniko's entertaining and informative videos on her personal YouTube Channel Mymandarinducky





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                                Inspired Jewellery Collection Aniko's Waka Waka Dance




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