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In 1977 I sold my first piece of "dough art" at a Christmas craft bazaar. Marie and Howard Segal from the Clay Factory in Escondido, California helped me convert to polymer clay. Their generous giving of time and information was the start of my polymer clay business.

I was lucky enough to work from home while raising three children with my husband of forty-four years.

Not having any formal instruction, I relied upon my imagination, books and observations along with encouragement from my husband, Skip.

I have been selling my ornaments at top juried shows in Oregon and Washington and I am grateful to all of my loyal customers.

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  • Born on June 26
  • Joined January 10, 2012

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In 1977 I sold my first piece of "dough art" at a Christmas craft bazaar. Marie and Howard Segal from the Clay Factory in Escondido, California helped me convert to polymer clay. Their generous giving of time and information was the start of my polymer clay business.

I was lucky enough to work from home while raising three children with my husband of forty-four years.

Not having any formal instruction, I relied upon my imagination, books and observations along with encouragement from my husband, Skip.

I have been selling my ornaments at top juried shows in Oregon and Washington and I am grateful to all of my loyal customers.

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