Having worked with Polymer Clay for around a year now, I’ve met some incredibly talented and generous people who are always willing to support others. I had a lady message me the other day saying that when she started learning a different craft it was like a ‘secret society’ where people didn’t share. The Polymer Clay community is so different and it feels like there … Continue reading Using Polymer Clay Scraps
Its almost a year since I started ‘playing’ with Polymer Clay. I’ve made lots of mistakes but more importantly I’ve made lots of progress and lots of new friends. Like many of us I have ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and often feel my work isn’t good enough to share. As it’s almost the New Year, I decided to be brave and share an e book that I’d … Continue reading E Book – Mokume Gane Polymer Clay
Do you want a hand with that Tommy or are you ok on your own? Is an oft heard phrase for us as Tommy was born with a limb Difference. He doesn’t have a right hand and only has a partial right forearm. This was totally unexpected, and we had no idea about the world of limb difference 7 years ago. If you want to … Continue reading The story behind the key rings…
Note – Our LimbBo website is in the process of having a complete revamp so I’m posting here on behalf of Team LimbBo, I am Possible Foundation and Koalaa. April is Limb Difference awareness month and year after year the message is centred on educating the public about what a limb difference is and the various reasons why they occur. But we want to take … Continue reading Limb Difference Awareness Month April 2022
It was all going so well… The LimbBo foundation is growing: families and supporters worldwide, new ambassadors, an activity day in the pipeline, school visits, requests from researchers for support and we were all feeling really positive. The link below is a brief overview of LimbBo for those of you who don’t know us. LimbBo Foundation Then reality hit in the form of one adult … Continue reading I’m not strange I’m awesome…
Yesterday we had one of ‘those incidents’ that cause us to stop, reflect and then re double our efforts to get the Limb difference awareness’ message out there.I’m just going to post a screen shot from my daughter in law, Tommy’s mum and fellow trustee of limbbo. Two things strike me here1. Tommy is a very lucky young boy.He is surrounded by love, he has … Continue reading limb difference awareness
I make no apologies for once again asking everyone to support us. I know if you follow LimbBo foundation on social media you will know that our ‘board of smiles’ is our inspiration, the look on the faces of our children when they receive their arms or bikes is what keeps us going. Many of you have supported us with donations, time, spreading the word, finding … Continue reading LimbBo foundation – can you support us?