Jan 21, 2013

On my table

One of the most exiting things is to see how polymer clay crafters are working, I adore that.
Each and everyone of us has is own way of thinking  and you can always get inspire from others;
for instance, how do they arrange the work space, what tools they mostly use,
what colors they prefer and so on.


I myself share on Facebook, to my friends, an album called "News Flash", and from time to time
I add new pics, updates on what's happening on my working table now. enjoy !!!!! :-)








 Have a wonderful inspirational happy week Y'all
Hugs & Kisses

23 comments:

  1. You really have a gift for colour, indeed it is inspirational ! And your worktable is certainly cleaner than mine... ;)

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    1. Thank you sweet Dorothée :)

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    2. היי רונית

      תענוג לראות שוב ושוב את שילובי הצבעים שלך ואת המוצרים המוגמרים שלך, תענוג צרוף לעיננים

      טובה

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    3. תודה רבה טובה חביבתי היקרה :) מאוד מחמיאים לי דברייך :))

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  2. What a lovely colors!! and you already know how much I adore your creation ♥

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    1. Thank you dear Orly :) same here :))

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  3. Absolutely inspiring work space, colors that I adore, clean space - I LOVE it! :) Every time when I start to create your GREAT work is on my mind, hope one day I'll will be so great as you are! I'm your biggest fan, you know that?!! ;) :))))

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    1. My dear Selma, thank you so much sweetheart. I must tell you, that when I see your creations, I tell my self: I want to be Selma when I grow up, I adore you too :) <3

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  4. איזה גדולה את!!!! נראה מעולה!

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  5. Thanks dear Ronit for sharing your work space with us. Me too, i love to see what other clayers space looks like and yours is just always full of beautiful colors and ideas!!
    Love Suzanne

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    1. Thank you so much Suzanne :)) I am so happy you like what you see, Love back at you :)

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  6. Stunning colors! Looks like something which would always make me feel happy when I watch it!

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    1. Thank you Riorita :) You made me very happy now :))

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  7. Hello !

    I have just discovered your blog and then : Whaouuuuuuuuuuuhhh ! I love very very much what you have done !

    For me, it is really magic !

    At the beginning, I do scrap and many shabby projects. Now,with fimo and your inspiration, I can begin to imagine both together, for example,fimo shabby into scrap mini album

    I love really your work ! It so pretty, so coloured and so sweet too !

    It seems you have be done it for my eyes to be exciting.

    I am sorry for my bad english but to express the langage of my heart, I prefere my own words, even not so good, as Reverso translation.

    Have you done a book of shabby creations ?

    I really thank you for the this marvellous blog.

    Please, continue, it is so beautiful.

    Best regards from a small village in France beetween Valence and Lyon.

    Nelly

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    1. Hello Nelly,
      your English is good for me :)
      Thank you very much, I am very happy you enjoy and inspired from my work and blog :))
      I do not have a book, but you are invited to be my friend on Facebook and enjoy more good stuff :)
      http://www.facebook.com/ronit.golan

      warm regards,
      Ronit

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  8. Hello,
    Thanks for your answer.
    Once more, I must tell you that your site is just a marvel! I like all that you realize and the quality, the finish of your work are really magnificent.
    Trying to know about you it a little more, I went to see your profile and I find funny to notice that you live in Haïfa because I have an old cousin by alliance which lives in Haïfa and my youngest son, Léo,is going to go in Israel and to Haifa in particular this summer. He studies within the framework of Political sciences in Grenoble and is going to realize a documentary in Israel on this subject :
    "The water a chance for Peace"
    What is funny also is that I am not only passionate about Polymer and scrap (http://scrapshalim.blogspot.com, if you want to catch a glance) but that I also play Yiddish music in a group (triodoina.com)which I created, here, in France, in my village.
    Best friendly regards,
    Nelly
    P. S. Sorry for my english

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  9. Your work is beautiful! I am inspired! I am having problems, as I am new to this- with my extrusions blending into each other when I try to form a cane. Could it be they are too warm?
    Thanks!

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    1. Hello Claudia :) I did not understand your question, when does the blending happens, in which part of the process?

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