First let me introduce myself, my name is Antonia Rozsa and I am from Hungary.
Have been interested in crafts for ages, I started with the salt dough, then came glass painting, decoupage and card making and then one day while I was browsing You Tube, I came across FP TV and fell in love with the material.
We can't get this " em planned!<>
I always try the things You and the others on the blog made, sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. Of course I do have my own ideas too!
At the moment I would like to try out Pellets, but they are super expensive to have them from England and I am not a millionaire.
I would like to ask you to take a look at my creations, please remember I am a beginner!My web page with all the work I have done so far is: http://www.szorgos-stuci.gportal.huI admire your work and every morning the first thing I do is to check out your newsletter.
Thank you for reading my letter.
Thank you Antonia for sharing your talent and to think you do that all with a hairdryer is amazing.
The variety of heating methods makes this one of the most versatile mediums ever!
I would highly recommend that you check out more of Antonia's work along with all the different heating methods available. Unfortunately, since these are in a slide show I am unable to download or place them in the blog....but you won't be disappointed.
If you do not have access to a heat tool or griddle, the hot water method and oven method are wonderful and provide excellent alternatives - and to be quite honest they are among my favorites to use.
Antonia's website is written in hungarian - however if you look on the left side bar you will find a link to her Friendly Plastic work.
Yeah!! Another new addict joins us ....fortunately there is an available therapy...MORE FRIENDLY PLASTIC!
Who else wants to join the addiction?