DVD

Millefiori Story will be available soon. I so enjoyed working on this project. It combines my love of creating polymer clay canes with weaving a great story. You can find out more about this DVD and other wonderful titles by visiting PageSage.



A signed copy will be mailed to you when the DVD is released around the beginning of October. Please leave a comment on this post and I will contact you for payment and shipping information.

18 comments:

Polka Dot Creations said...

Congratulations on the new blog. I hope you don't mind if I snatch the cover image of your DVD for my store - I only had a very small, messy image before, and that's a cover that deserves to be seen crisply!

Tejae said...

I'm so happy to see you in blog land.

Shannon said...

Hi Judy!

How cool that you're a fellow WVian! I'm curious what area you live. I'm near Parkersburg, myself. Your books look really great, and I hope to hear more from you on your blog!

Barbara Forbes-Lyons said...

Congrats on your new blog, Judy!

Lee Ann said...

Great start! and congrats on the upcoming video. Lee Ann

Pat said...

Hey Judy, This looks great! Now that Chryse and I are finally in our houses, we are seriously getting back to clay. It was too hard for both of us in that little, bitty place we shared. Hope to see lots more on your blog.

Pat L

dhayn1 said...

Judy,
I'm thrilled you have your own blog and can't waite to get your new dvd. I met you last year at the Vegas Clay Carnival. We're going to miss you this year. I would love to get your dvd. Am I supposed to leave the request here? Or, at pagesix.com?
Thanks,
DonnaH

deb said...

Hi Judy, I have your book and would love your dvd. (autographed! :)
Just wondering on the price and what shipping to Australia might be? Also, i can pay via paypal?
It looks fantastic!
Congratulations and hugs,
debsx

w said...

Hi JudyI received your email but lost it somehow, can you please write again and give the information on the conference meeting. And by the way thanks for the warm welcome, I so glad to be working in the guild.

Wandy dilanwandy(at)hotmail(dot)com

Gina said...

Hi Judy, I have "Clay Techniques to Dye for" and have a question about one of your projects. I couldn't find an email address for you. Could you contact me? Thanks.

Lynn Anne said...

hi! I have a question...fairly new to polymer clays (have never conditioned in a pasta machine till now...your dvd makes it seem kinda mandatory)...I conditioned a piece of Kato black and it was conditioned in about 23 passes through the machine - similar to your dvd's 20. But then when I tried Kato gold and Kato copper, I did 100 times and they were still cracking when folded. Do the metallics condition differently or do I really need to keep going??

cutlers819 (at) verizon (dot) net

DP said...

Hi Judy! Loved the new DVD. I was just wondering, where do you find the reduction lenses you showed during the Tesselation part of the DVD? I can get the peephole but I would really like the lense instead. Thanks!

DP said...

Hi Judy! Loved the DVD. I was just wondering, where do you find the reduction lenses you used in the Tessalation part of the DVD? I can find the peephole, but I would rather have the lenses. Thanks!

Judy Belcher said...

Hi DP, couldn't find your email, so hope you get this reply. The reduction lens is something I found at American Scientific Surplus years ago and have been trying to find them again with no luck. Sorry I can't be of more help, but if I do find them again, I'll post and let everyone know. - Judy

Eda said...

Hi Judy- I bought your recent DVD and love it. Can you tell me where to buy candy paper? I have googled Papercon and many related sites and no one seems to carry it. It looks very useful.
Thank you. Eda
PS A note about the reduction lenses - perhaps Edmunds Scientific might carry them (if they are still in business).

Mary said...

Hi Judy,
need some vital info about your dvd...
is it visible worldwide..or does it have a zone code...do you know what I mean?
Sometimes I buy a dvd or vhs and have to take it to a video expert to transform it.
Thanks,
Mary

Admin said...

Hi Judy,

I have just finished watching your DVD: Millefiori Story and was so glad I bought this because it's truly an inspirational DVD and I learned a lot. Just want to ask where'd the extruder you used on the video? I've been trying to find the one online but can't seem to find it. Thanks in advance!

Myke

Judy Belcher said...

Hi Myke,
I'm glad you learned alot from the DVD! The extruder is from Polymer Clay Express. It is a bit expensive, but really has some great dies that allow you to do new and interesting things. A good less expensive alternative would be the Makins' extruder that you can find at most hobby stores. - best, Judy