Hi, my name is Tonja Lenderman and I love polymer clay. I am a self taught artist living in NE Washington State that loves to make jewelry. I have been published 5 times in Jewelry Crafts Magazine and 1 time in Polymer Cafe (on the cover).  You can find my mini masks published in 2 books by Sarajane Helm – Celebrations in Polymer Clay and A Collection Of Polymer Clay Masks. 3 tutorials I wrote can be found for free at Polkadot Creations and in 2006, My “Fresh Flower Candle Screen” project tied for first place at the 3-D Memory Trends show. You can find the project at the Amaco web site.

I design, make (in my kitchen) and sell clear stamps which I design specifically with polymer clay in mind. Not to say they can’t be used on paper, fabric or whatever you like. This stamp venture started when I couldn’t find the kind of stamps I wanted for my polymer clay work, so I made my own. Now it helps pay for all the enjoyment I get out of claying. 🙂 You can find all of my stamp designs plus some other supplies and tutorials in my Tonja’s Treasures Artfire Shop.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pete Torrano
    Oct 21, 2015 @ 19:09:15

    Hi Tonya,

    Would you be able to help a friend in need:




    • tonjal
      Jan 13, 2016 @ 23:11:14

      Pete, not sure if the word has gotten around or not. Both of Mike B’s videos are now on YouTube. Listed with the International Polymer Clay Associating group. I sort of went on a crusade after I got your message. Tracked down the person holding the rights to the videos and she agreed to let me make the videos into digital files and upload them to the internet, free of charge, to any and all people to see. 🙂


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