Monday, August 16, 2010


If you are not familiar with Tina Holden you need to check out her blog, her Artfire shop and her Etsy shop .
There is so much great information on her blog and free tutorials.  She did a blog on UV Resins which I thought was great, she did one about a printer and she gives you tips about polymer clay that you may not find any where else.  She is wonderful about answering questions and her tutorials are very precise and clear.  I bought her Shimmering Batik tutorial and I have made some things that people try to take away from me.
These are some pieces I did from Tina's tutorial.  The ones on the left don't have Magic gloss on them yet.

Here are some of the wonderful things Tina is giving away:


My birthday is this Sunday but I'm a LITTLE older than Tina.


My friend and I took our first yoga class this morning.  I'm feeling muscles I didn't know I had.  I don't know who invented yoga but they must of had a dark side.  If I wanted to put my butt up in the air against a wall and have someone pull my legs over my head behind me I would have joined a Chinese Circus.  We are going again on Wednesday, it's good for a laugh.  I heard one lady moaning but I think it was because her tights were about 4 sizes too small and some of those yoga positions call for really loose pants.

If the inventor of yoga is reading this, you are mean.


Linda K. said...

Bonnie, Even if I didn't work with polymer clay I would love your blog. You are SO funny!

Cherie said...

I love your sand beads. They are so unique. The ndbele necklaces are justgorgeous too. I love the black and white one with the copper toggle and the swirly lentil. Black and white is my favorite color combination. I personally don't think you needed copper beads; you have the beautiful copper toggle. The necklace is really stunning!

EsteeDarla said...

Gorgeous ware can I get tina tutorials

EsteeDarla said...

Gorgeous ware can I get tina tutorials

Bonnie Kreger at B-LEE KREATIONS said...

EsteeDarla, you can get her tutorials here.