This is the Polymer Clay Event of the Year 2020.
Yes, this is an Adventure. This an year-long inspiration for polymer clay.
If you love polymer clay, this is your chance to learn, get inspired and be part of an amazing community. I’m talking about a year-long of polymer clay inspiration, I’m talking about amazing projects presented by wonderful clay artists. Yes, I’m talking about the Polymer Clay Adventure 2020.
For me personally, PCA has been the most amazing experience. I’ve been a student some years ago and I truly enjoyed being part of this community of like-minded people. Not to mention how this sparkled my creativity and how many things I learned.
I remember watching Laurie Mika’s class on Mini Gothic Shrines and I thought this must be an amazing experience to be a teacher in the Polymer Clay Art Retreat.
And, yes, it is more than just a class on molds. In fact you’ll learn to use mold making techniques to make your own stamps, texture rollers, 3D designs and much more.
This is an 11 day email class. When you enroll, you’ll receive a lesson in your inbox during 11 days. You’ll learn to use clay to make the perfect molds for clay, to make your own tools for clay and you’ll also be inspired to use silicone molds in creative ways.
And yes, molds, are just the starting point of the creative process.
And one day I was contacted by Kira and asked if I wanted to submit a proposal for review for PCA 2017. It was really my fork in the road. I wasn’t sure whether I should continue to create polymer clay tutorials (which I loved with all my heart) or go back to bead-embroidery where I had a lot of contest diplomas and praises. And, so, due to Kira and Ilysa I stayed on this road and now I know it was the best thing for me.
Enough about me. Back to PCA 2020.
As a student, you’ll have your polymer clay related questions replied in less than 48 hours.
And you’ll be part of the LPC community and receive more clay inspiration delivered to your inbox.
Click on the link to see the course curriculum and enroll:
So, as I’ve had a first hand experience both as a teacher and a student, I encourage you with all my heart to jump into the adventure. You’ll love it. You’ll love the learning part, the amazing teachers, the wonderful community and the feedback you’ll receive on any polymer clay related question.
I invite you to click on the link below to learn more:
Our instructor is as passionate about polymer clay as you are. She loves sharing her polymer clay insights with all the clayers that want more inspiration for their work. She loves making things easier to understand and easier to apply. She’s here to teach you, inspire you and make your work with polymer clay be a joyful process.
Thank you for all of the inspirational tutorials!
I love this! The pairing of the ammonite and the squiggly bent ballpins is very cool. I think this is my favorite in the series. Thank you for all of the inspirational tutorials!
Thanks for the inspiration!
What a beautiful bracelet!! Thanks for the inspiration, Mihaela!
What a lovely idea! Turned out great - thank you so much for sharing your idea with us. Super!!!
Thanks for sharing!
I see many possibilities for this technique Thanks for sharing your talents and creativity, Mihaela!