Feature Interview, Star Of The Month

Friday, March 1, 2013

Amy from LittleSurprisesYT

Posted by The Craft Gossiper at 8:22 AM

My name is Amy, I'm currently in my second year in college and I've always loved art since I was 2 years old. It probably started out as a bad habit since I used to take pens and draw all over the clean, white walls (my grandparents and parents weren't too fond of that, might I add)! Growing up, I was always curious about everything: writing, drawing, painting, singing, playing different instruments, conducting experiments the whole lot! My favorite art mediums to date would be pen&ink, acrylic painting and polymer clay crafting. You can call me a nerd, I practically freak out if I do poorly on anything and always strive to do better next time. Even now that I'm in college, I still love the same things I did when I was 2, if not more! Academically, I have chosen to major in the sciences and hope to go into the health profession. Still, my family and friends have always been supportive and urge me to continue the arts. To keep this short, don't think that doing one thing that you love means giving up something else. If you love both, you'll make it happen :). I love my family  my friends and my subscribers and I would define myself as being optimistic, ambitious and a DIY lover. But tell me, what would you like to know about me? I would love to get to know my subscribers better and have them get to know who I am!

Amy is such a significant figure to the polymer clay making community. I have watched a good bunch of videos  which are done by other big craftubers about Amy and all of them had only nice things to say about her and her work. She mainly focuses on polymer clay crafts and has garnered over 7700 subscribers on her YouTube channel with over 170 000  views on her videos alone. Amy is a sure winner if you are looking for creative polymer clay making tutorials which are clear, to the point and fun to watch. She makes the cutest characters into little food and has a whole fresh take on polymer clay making.

Talented Amy 
The girl behind these amazing tutorials!
Pusheen Cat Couple Polymer Clay Charms
Watch it HERE

Rilakkuma Breakfast Tutorial
Watch it HERE
1. At what age did you start crafting? 
Amy : Polymer clay crafting? 18 (Kind of late compared to a lot of other crafters!)

2. Tell us how you decided to make videos for YouTube
Amy : My best friend urged me to share my creations!

3. What is your main goal on YouTube as a crafting guru?
Amy : I want to inspire and be inspired by everyone in the crafting community!

4. What kind of videos do you make on YouTube?
Amy : Polymer clay charms, felt plushies, tutorials, "Saturday Surprises" hauls.

5. Do you sell your creations? 
Amy : Yes I do :)

6. What are other hobbies you have besides your forte? 
Amy :  I love to paint in acrylic, draw in pen and pencil, custom jewelry, soccer, swim, sing, write short stories, oh gosh I could go on forever!

7. How long do you see yourself on YouTube? 
Amy : Hopefully for a long time!

8. What are your thoughts on the crafting community on YouTube? 
Amy : It's constantly growing and I'm excited to see the new talent!

9. User savvy tips for future craftubers?
Amy : Don't do what everyone else is doing, just do you!

10. Inspiring message for us and your viewers?
Never let anyone get you down! Hold your head up high and aim to do better and be better than you were the day before. Spend jut a little because it goes a long way because quality isn't about money, but what you do with what you have, so make the most of it!

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Hapy Friends Shoppe said...

amy baby! you are the best!! period! <3
love chu much and congrats!

Kris Crafts said...

You are amazing!!

shivani karwal said...

Your polymer creations are unbelievable! So amazing and detailed ! I love your chibi tutorials :)

PS: I haven't really tried polymer clay yet but would love to in the future :)

Anna said...


Bubs said...

Hi Amy! Your awesome!! Hmm I really would liek to see your drawings and will visit your channel more often. Keep up the awesome clay, ugh I wish i could do that lol. ;)

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