Becky Sue Mizell's Profile

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Being the eighth of twelve children and growing up in a small town, I learned to be inventive. I made Christmas gifts for my family, which were always unique. Over the years, I created with paper craft, stained glass, rubber-stamping, book making and sewing. I would dive whole- hog into each until I got burnt out and needed to try something else. Years later, as an adult, I found I was still doing different types of art for my family, changing to a new medium every two to three years.

One day, I decided I was going to try to make something for myself. I was familiar with polymer clay but had not used it much. I began by making a barrette for myself. I made one and then another; I just couldn't stop. Learning to use the clay has been a journey of pure fun. It has been the first medium that I have not gotten tired of using nor found the limits to its usage…

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  • Joined November 5, 2008

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About

Being the eighth of twelve children and growing up in a small town, I learned to be inventive. I made Christmas gifts for my family, which were always unique. Over the years, I created with paper craft, stained glass, rubber-stamping, book making and sewing. I would dive whole- hog into each until I got burnt out and needed to try something else. Years later, as an adult, I found I was still doing different types of art for my family, changing to a new medium every two to three years.

One day, I decided I was going to try to make something for myself. I was familiar with polymer clay but had not used it much. I began by making a barrette for myself. I made one and then another; I just couldn't stop. Learning to use the clay has been a journey of pure fun. It has been the first medium that I have not gotten tired of using nor found the limits to its usage.

As I have gotten older I have found it necessary to use reading glasses more often. When I was journaling, my reading glasses were usually nowhere to be found. I would have to search the house for ten to fifteen minutes before I could find them, so the eyeglass holders became one of my most invaluable creations. I cannot even begin to calculate the time I have given back to myself because I no longer have to search for my glasses. No eyeglass leash around my neck but an art piece that I wear on my shoulder to hold my glasses. If you are interested in my eyeglass fob please contact me and I will be happy to make something just for you. You can see examples of the eyeglass holders on my website. http://beckysuecreations.com/Eye_Glass_Holder.html

Proud member of the Polymer Clay Artist Guild of Etsy! To see more outstanding polymer clay art, search PCAGOE on Etsy and check out our website at pcagoe.com.

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