Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Ive Been Published ~ From Polymer To Art ~ This is Not Pink

Today is One of the Most Exciting Days of My Life
Opening Your Mailbox,
Opening Your Mail,
Seeing your Face in A Magazine.

Many Months Ago while browsing my facebook,
I found a post on a barrette that I had made.
Quote From Facebook Post
Why don't you write us an article (tutorial)! for this beauty in our PINK edition???!! :-)
The Photo they commented on was this, It was not even baked yet.
Just a quick upload from my phone of barrettes I was making.
I'm so happy I posted this photo.

Well Guess What I did?
After I screamed and Danced Around and Did the Superstar!
I Said YES!!!  Of course I said yes. Dream Come True.
Excited, Honored and Nervous.
 I was and am still an armature Polymer Clay Artist.
These Wonderful Ladies have made me feel like a Star.
Two Amazing Polymer Clay Artists & Authors of
These ladies are Kind, Patient and Lets face it have an eye for Beauty ;) ! LOL
They truly do, Their magazine is wonderful.
Early In 2012 I had purchased
From Polymer To Art " This is Not Orange " 
Because my Favorite Clay Artist Was in it
After I received the magazine I was hooked.
Each Page is full of Bright Inspiration. Full Color Photo Tutorials.
Amazing Polymer Clay Artisans on Every Page.
The Thought never crossed my mind that I could be one of them Someday.
I now look forward to every issue.

Thank you Saskia and Marjon
Thank you everyone at From Polymer To Art
For this opportunity, I am honored.
I feel blessed and beyond thrilled.
Sending you lots of love and hugs from the USA.
Thank you for believing in me.
After many months of nervous and excited anticipation
Here I am
This is Not Pink
From Polymer To Art
August 2012

On August 29th, 2012
I received this fabulous Email


"Dear Kimberly Idalski,
We are very happy to announce that PINK is ready to rock `n roll!
Think PINK is the message! :)
Well, what`s in PINK??? Grab your pink sunglasses and see for yourself (click here...)
Excited? Buy your copy now!"


My Response "More like Bifocals ~ I'm old " lol.
Put those Bifocals on and I can see little ol me on there.
I cant explain the feeling. I cried, I laughed, I sang.
Again Thank You. I'm So Truly Honored & Blessed.
I Could not believe all the beauty (Pink is my favorite color)
So many Amazing Artists and Gorgeous Tutorials.
I was so excited. I stalked the mail lady.
Patiently waiting for it to be here.

Today Sept 4, 2012 I got up to get ready.
I'm a dork and match everything around my jewelry.
It was my sons Orientation for 7th Grade.
I thought I'm going to wear my PINK barrette and sweater for luck.
Got in the Jeep and checked the mailbox.
My daughter holds up the Magazine.
I was so excited I actually hugged an kissed it. Yes I know I'm a dork.
I had Ashley take a photo Right away (Bad hair day but I don't care ~ I'm happy)

I didn't have time to even open it. I had to wait 4 hours. UGH Pure Torture.
Knowing it was there drove me crazy.
I kept singing, I'm in a magazine, I'm in a magazine.
My poor kids, LOL. Lots of eye rolls going on.
Lots of hugs and congratulations too.

730pm Finally home ~ Tore open the plastic cover and Posed for this photo.
Sang the I'm in a magazine song about a thousand more times.
I wonder why everyone went to be early. hmmm

I curled up with the best thing I have ever read in my life and enjoyed my Evening.
This Wonderful Note was inside.
It Says " Thanks For Pink "
" Happy Claying"
Saskia & Marjon

Again A million Thank yous to Both of you Lovely Ladies.
I look forward to the next issue.
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Thank you Everyone for Supporting Me & Handcrafted Artisans
Blessings & Love,

Create With Heart, Love, Color & Bling


Tracie Dean said...

Congrats on your feature!! You deserve it. Your work is amazing!! I am so thrilled for you!!!

I also LOVE your new badge!!

A Half-Baked Notion said...

Congrats Kim! What an exciting moment for you when your daughter held up your copy of "From Polymer To Art"... I suppose it will be awhile before you come back down to Earth?

From Polymer To Art said...

What a great blogpost you wrote, my dear!!! Your lovely clay work deserves a spotlight! :-) We're so happy we've shined it your direction! Hugs from Marjon & Saskia

Anonymous said...

I heard a couple of guys talking about this in the New York subway so I looked it up online and found your page. Thanks. I thought I was right and you confirmed my thoughts. Thanks for the work you've put into this. I'd love to save this and share with my friends.