Last month, I made a long-awaited trip to Polymer Clay Express at the Artway in Laurel MD. My ostensible reason was to see my friends Rob and Wilma Yost but we all know that’s not true. I wanted to shop.
The Artway was easy to find. I just set the GPS and the car took me there. How can you miss it?
The place is huge as you can see and this is only one room!
Lots of magazines and videos to peruse
They have a big, bright classroom with lots of tables and lots of ovens. Scheduled teachers include Jana Roberts Benzon, Kathleen Dustin and Jeff Dever. Check out the Class Schedule
All kinds of craft supplies
More ink including the popular Tim Holtz line
All kinds of stringing materials, cording, grommets, thread and findings
The carry a full line of Genesis Paints
Some of your favorite old polymer clay videos are now on DVD and you can get them at Polymer Clay Express
Wilma packing extruders to fill orders
Check out the 3D printer!
But wait, there’s more! Laurel MD is a charming little town with quaint shops, restaurants and historical sites. There’s plenty to do after you finish your shopping. For more information, press here. And things are always happening at the Artway. Besides getting the classroom up and running, Wilma continues to improve the Dream Machine and other tools and I hear that a shipment of motors is due in the near future. To keep up with the latest happenings:
Visit Polymer Clay Express’s Facebook Page
Follow them on Pinterest
Check out their YouTube channel
And if you can’t make it to the Artway in person, you can always shop on the new and improved website!
What fun you must have had! I have one of their Artway Dream Machines and I love it!
Like the proverbial kid in the candy store!
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For those of you who have not been able to get there yet….