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Jennifer Bezingue

Jennifer Bezingue

I was born in Wheeling, West Virginia and have lived in the Chicago suburbs since high school. I graduated from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign with a degree in advertising, and I’ve been a copywriter or editor for my entire career. I currently work at The Pampered Chef corporate headquarters in the marketing department.

Sculpey Clay Extruder Tips

Tip #1: When you're done using the Sculpey Clay Extruder, take the plunger out, unscrew the disk holder and remove the disk. Now bake all the pieces for 15 minutes; allow to cool and peel off the baked clay. So much easier than trying to clean raw clay out of the barrel!   Tip #2:

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Uncool Is the New Cool

I was talking to a friend this morning. We were trying to figure out why some people just don’t seem to have a passion for anything. Their jobs don’t thrill them, they have no hobbies, even the TV shows and movies they watch never seem to be quite good enough.   Do you know people

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Snafitry

One of my favorite things about polymer clay is its snafitry. That’s a word I just made up that means “easy to make something nice the first time you try.”   Anyhow, a knitting friend recently admired one of my polymer clay shawl pins, and asked if I she could commission me to make some

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