Friday, May 14, 2010

"Welcome to the New Blog" Give-Away

Hello there Sculptors and Fairy Aficionados!

Thanks for stopping by the new Making Fairies Blog. This first give away is for the Fairy Booklet set of your choice (Series 1, 2, or 3).

All you have to do to enter is:

1) Become a follower of this blog

2)Leave a comment on this post, and tell my what kinds of things you'd like to learn more about on this blog or future booklets.

That's it! This give away ends Tuesday, May 18. Winner will be announced on May 19th, in honor of my husband's birthday. Winner will be selected using this Randomizer.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Thank you for inviting me here. I am interested
    in anything you post especially your pictures on how to sculpt as it is easier to see rather then read. Please keep up the fantastic work.

  2. Thanks!!
    i love your ooaks =)
    and how you sculpt them,you are so talented artist.

  3. I love your work and have been getting your emails and am inspired to try. I would like to see how to do the armature and how to 's on clay handling. I am a total novice and need all the starting tips in clay handling Tried and my clay was drying out too fast. The baby is beautiful. How to on finishing the clay figure; applying hair etc, Thank you for the gift of your knowledge!!

  4. Thanks for the invitation. I am a visual person so close-ups, step-by-steps are very helpful.

  5. Everything you create is beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your work and knowledge with us. The step by step is very helpful along with hints on making time for sculpting, setting up an area for it, sources for hair,etc., anything and everything you can tell us would be great. Thank you again for sharing.

  6. victoria angelica precioso tus trabajos amiga feliscitasiones....cariños victoria de usa

  7. Great blog! I love WIP pics, and am especially interested in the different shapes of clay "pancakes" that you use to build up musculature. I've always had a difficult time with that!
    Looking forward to reading more posts--

  8. I would be interested in learning how to pose sculpture - is it easier to show the fairy sitting or standing.How to pose the arms, hands and legs to tell a story. I seem to have body parts but dont know how to put it all together.

  9. BEAUTIFUL POLYMER BABY! Thank you for the chance to win your book! Hugs..gayle

  10. Thank. I`m just beginning to get yours newsletter, because i find yours tutorial interesting. I love very much tutorial`s and books about sculpting , and i love the fantasy world.I would like to see more about sculping the head .

  11. Looking forward to seeing more of your work. Very interested in learning how to make baby sculpts - including the dressing of the little cuties. Love everything you create. Incredible! So glad to be invited to join your blog. Thanks!

  12. Hi Apryl,
    I love your fairies! I am a real beginner and hope to get started on making fairies soon. Any beginning tricks and tips would be great.

    PS - love your creating consciously site too.

  13. Thank you so much for inviting me April. Your work has always inspiral me and I have all your tutorials and use them regulary especially when I make a male. I have real problems with lips and would dearly love a tutorial on lips please as I so love how you do them. I love your new blog. Big hugs Maggie xxxx

  14. Thanks for the invite, I would like help with smoothing and sanding.
    Also one day I hope you will make a video for your toturial. Thank you again, Gary

  15. I love your tutorials. I have to admit that I'm a wanna be. I have sooooo many ideas running through my head and your site gives me inspiration to finally get things going. The face is hard for me at this time, so I need alot of help there. Beginner tricks and tips would be helpful. Thanks for the inspiration! Patty

  16. I love your creations, your so talented :o) I love how you show us step by step in photos, so easy to follow, would love to see some video tutorials too. Would love a step by step tutorial on how to get that baby face look.

    Thanx for sharing your talent with us.
    Leanne xx

  17. As I'm getting older, (70 in Aug), my hands don't always do my I need to go slow and easy. I do need help with softening the clay to start with. All your work is sooooo beautiful, what a talented lady you are, thanks for sharing.

  18. I love you'r work they have a life of their's like their will forever live on in your sculpts what a great legacy to leave. I am trying to capture life in my sculpts too, but have not caught on to this phase I would love to know how you do it.Thanks so much. Vicky Vavaroutsos


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