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1  Mother's Day bracelet and pretty keyring thing (pretty image heavy) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by nikkicola on: May 08, 2006 12:05:56 AM
I sorta made these both out of one necklace, but it's not "reconstructed" enough to put in the other board. So, anyway:

This is the original necklace that I wore once to a wedding and never again:


I then made a bracelet by first cutting out the flowers, then joining the chain bits, cutting off the extra bit and attaching some beads:


Stretched out:


I couldn't think of anything to do with the flowers, but the next day I got a cheap-looking keychain thing with a magazine. This is what I made from it, some extra beads and the flowers:


The leftover beads from the keyring:


Sorry, the pictures aren't very good quality.

And I wanted to ask: Do you think I should give the keychain to my mum too? Or is it a bit childish?
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2  Uggly to Bootylicious! in CHALLENGE 10 ENTRIES by nikkicola on: April 03, 2006 03:19:19 AM
First of all, the name is meant to be silly.

Boots before:


Boots after (they're stuffed with clothes to keep them up):


Pearls:

'Dream' detail on one boot:


Wing:


Back:


Nailpolish design on bottom:


These took me a lot of time - hope you like them!
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3  Little Wooden Xmas Tree in Winter Holidays by nikkicola on: December 16, 2005 12:19:37 PM
I made this in Woodwork at school, so the tools/wood weren't my own, but I came up with the idea and made it myself, and I wanted to show it to everyone! It's made on a lathe.


I drilled a hole in the top and made a little star stuck on an aluminium tube to put in, and I also made Santa's sleigh in case my brother (who I'm giving this to) thinks a star is too girly. He can put either one in.

I hammered some pins in to hang decorations on.

Hope you like it!
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4  Re: Elmer- the doll thats not for playing in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by nikkicola on: December 15, 2005 12:26:55 AM
Hee hee... my friend and I did the same thing, but not as normally (or as cool-looking). We were going more for the 'downright creepy and deformed' look:

Anyway, your ones rule. I want one.
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5  Fairy costume!!! in Costumes: Completed Projects by nikkicola on: March 18, 2005 11:25:21 PM
Hey, this is my first ... it's a (slightly mangled, due to my scary sewing) fairy costume i made with stargirl52 for my seven year old sister!



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I haven't sewn together the skirt properly yet, but when i do i'll post a picture of her wearing the costume!

*cole*
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