Cabinfeverclay

Handmade Wearable Art by Christi Uliczny

| Atlanta, Michigan

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Last updated on Sep 20, 2021

New designs the week of September 20th! Follow me on Instagram for what I am creating -
https://www.instagram.com/cabinfeverclay/

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About Cabinfeverclay

Sales 2,286
On Etsy since 2008

Beads and polymer clay are the BEST!😊😊❤👍👍

I have always been a crafter, my Mom taught me how to crochet as a child. My Mom was very creative, although she didn't think that of herself. I have tried lots of different crafts, including scrapbooking, rubber stamping, flower arranging, embroidery, just to name a few. Once I found polymer clay, I turned what was just a craft into what I think is my art.
I dream about new & different textures I will try, what kind of shape to make and of course colors! Polymer clay gives me the artistic freedom to mimic many different types of natural materials. One polymer artist calls it the chameleon clay and I would agree.

I was introduced to bead weaving in 2012 and instantly fell in love with it. I find it so relaxing to stitch all those little beads! I started with an easy spiral bracelet and then moved on to free form. I tried bead embroidery and decided to add my own polymer clay cabochons and beads to the designs.

I have been active on Etsy since 2008 where I opened up my first shop, Cabin Fever Clay. I started out slow, listing just my polymer clay jewelry designs. After I wrote a short article for Polymer Cafe in August 2009, I decided to try writing polymer clay tutorials. I have had much success with my "Rocky Path Tutorial" thanks to a posting on Polymer Clay Daily and many, many references on other blogs.
Here is a link to each of my shops:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/cabinfeverclay
https://www.etsy.com/shop/rivervalleydesign

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  • Christi Uliczny

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Owner, Designer, Photographer, Maker, Author

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Last updated on Dec 3, 2020
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Care instructions

Polymer clay is a very strong medium and should last a lifetime if you take care of it properly. Cured polymer clay is hard and slightly bendable. This is normal for properly cured polymer clay pieces. Please avoid contact with water or alcohol solutions. Never put polymer clay in a clothes dryer.

Custom and personalized orders

I am no longer doing custom orders; however, I will reserve a current listing for 7 days if requested.