There are hundreds of molds available and rather than show up with just a small variety to choose from, I've recently been offering the students in my classes the opportunity to pre-order exactly what they would like. I would like to make that same offer to those of you who are attending Synergy next month. Here's your chance to get the molds you'd like at a cost that's less than retail and with no shipping fees. All you need to do is to go to the website of After Midnight Art Stamps (the U.S. distributor of the molds) and send me the stock number and description of what molds you would like. For example, "AM 123 angel wings". The prices that you see on the site are what I'll be charging for those that send me their order by Tuesday, January 29th. I'll order the molds next week, pay the shipping and handling costs myself, and send you a total via e-mail before the conference. Simply bring a check or cash to the conference and you can pick up your molds from me during the vendor fair. There's no need to pay in advance and this offer is only valid for those who are attending the Synergy conference. For those who don't wish to pre-order, I'll also have a selection of molds available for purchase at the regular retail prices.
I've heard nothing but good things from people who've purchased the molds in the past so if you'd like to comment on them here, feel free to do so.
And, I'd like to say a special thank you to the wonderful members of the Orlando Polymer Clay Guild who attended my workshop this past weekend. This is the second time I've had the opportunity to share a classroom with this group and their kindness, generosity, and talent are simply incredible! I love you all! Their annual retreat, Orlando Clay Fandango (formerly known as Florida in February) is coming up March 13-17 and I believe there are just a few spaces left if you're interested.
And we LOVE you, girl! Every time you're here, we not only learn something cool, we have a great time. You're on the top of our list!
Some of the images aren't displaying in the catalog. Is there another site that shows all the moulds available?
I so enjoy seeing what other people are doing with the baroque beauty mould. She seems to have taken on a life of her own. Marla has made her look beautiful and stylish.
If you can't see all the molds on the AM Stamps site, look at
This is the manufacturer's site. I'm not sure why they won't all show up but let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
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