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December 14, 2010


Pat Upton

I LOVE making books and journals! I have not, however, thought about using polymer clay! What a fantastic idea! The directions in the book look easy to follow for the challenged. I would love to win a copy of this book!

CC in WI

I have only done a few projects with polymer and did not know what else to do with it. What a great idea. I would love to win a book that would give me other ideas for using it, as I have several chunks of it in my art room.

Connie Volkman

I am looking for tutorial you did on Friendly plastic strips you did this fall. I have just got tired searching and searching. It was so great. I ordered the Supplies and now forgot how to use the strips. Connie

Melanie K

I love making my own books (in fact I have a slew of them I need to use!). This sounds like a book I really need ... I want to start using more polymer clay. Perfect!

Rikki Mitman

I make books and teach bookbinding -- it's exciting to see the many forms books can take. I hadn't thought of using polymer clay, but now I can't wait to try it! Thanks so much for sharing.

Rikki Mitman
Houston, Texas


I am learning to do some simple book binding and this looks fabulous! Thank you for the creative nudge - I'll be checking it out as soon as the holidays are over.



i haven't tried making a journal with polymer clay yet but it has been on my list of things to do for over a year.


I love making books. Polymer clay would be a wonderful way to personalize them!

Charline Ahlgreen

I've been aching(!!!) to make a journal with polymer clay, but none of the instructions have been clear enough to me to do so. THIS one, with all of the step-by-step photos looks like the one that will allow me to get over aching and into doing!!!


I have made a few books but never with clay included - I think this book could change that!

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