Polymer Clay Carnival Australia 2019

This is a 3 day event being held in beautiful port city of Fremantle, Western Australia.  I'll have 4 workshops on offer:

Drought In The Outback - Creating crackle pods, tubes and spikes.

Resist This - A delicious dive into alternative crackle.

Traffic Hazzard - Gorgeous hand painted and embellished polymer clay cones.

Birds of the Outback - Alternative feathers perfect for your wall.

For more information on this event click here.






Clay Out West 2019

This event is being run in Albuquerque, New Mexico from 30 Sept - 3 October 2019.

I've been invited to attend as a special international guest and can't wait to finally see some familiar faces and make some new friends.

If you don't know already, I've been playing with crackle for quite a while now and I've decided it's time to share some of these awesome techniques with you.  I'll be doing some demos on how I create these gorgeous beads.




Outback Blooms Mullewa 2019

Workshop for Mullewa residents and friends.  Exact workshop content yet to be confirmed.  The workshop will be held on August 30 2019.


Let’s Party in Denver 2019

The gorgeous Lisa Lambright from The Great Create has invited me to come and visit her studio/warehouse while I'm in America this year visiting family.  I've been playing with a few different techniques over the last couple of years and finally decided it's time to share.  I'll be in Denver on 11, 12 and 13 October.  If you're interested in being involved in the fun please contact Lisa via email at llambright@thegreatcreate.com and pop "Fabulous Debbie" as the subject line (oh and that was Lisa's subject line by the way haha).

A little bird also told me we may have a little Christi F bird popping in to say hi as well - too much fun for one little Aussie!!



The Polymer Studio

If you haven't subscribed to this magazine yet...do it now!!  It's full of incredible polymer clay related content, from project tutorials to interesting stories.  I'm honoured to say I've been invited to contribute an article for each edition and am focusing on product specific exploration.  What does this mean?  Well it simply means I'm choosing a product and exploring everything that product can do when paired with polymer clay (with certain limitations of course) and share my results with you.

Articles so far include:

Polymer clay and embossing powder.

Polymer clay and stencils.

Polymer clay and acrylic paint (this edition is yet to be released).

I've got some great ideas for upcoming issues so keep a look out.  Contact Sage Bray at The Polymer Studio.



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