The blog has been neglected for a few days, Christmas stuff and final arrangements for Polymer Play Days taking the time.
I am thrilled that Dani Torres Mancera has agreed to be our sixth teacher. Many of you know Dani but have not had an opportunity to learn from his interesting "take" on polymer clay, now is your opportunity! His class is most unusual and really speaks to me since it is using scrap clay and my pathetic attemps at polymer clay usually end up as scrap - so . . . Dani, maybe you will be my saving grace!
Also, new to the event is a chance for you to earn whilst you learn at Polymer Play Days. If you bring your work, ready priced and with a list of your items for sale, there will be a "shop" for you to sell your work. My friend Cathryn will display your work, run this shop and sell your work for you. I must stress though it must have a proper list and be clearly priced for her so she can keep track of everyone's work. I am also looking into the possibility of getting some ladies groups in during one evening to see the work for sale.
I note the euro to sterling exchange rate is very favourable for many of you. It might be an idea to pay early whilst it is good, or maybe you want to hold your nerve to see if it gets any better.
Every year I make myself a promise not to leave Christmas arrangements until the last minute, every year I end up running round like a mad thing trying to fit everything in. In past years I have had an excuse as I was busy running two businesses, but this year, no such excuse and still I let time slip away. Maybe I just like the buz of last minute shopping.