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141  Re: Kevin Smith and Related Movies Swap Gallery-- I Assure You We Are Open! in The Swap Gallery by Pupper on: September 13, 2008 08:15:13 AM
This is the package I made for Sarad (Sarad, feel free to post pics also.)

Jay and Silent Bob hanging at the quickstop.  I made them from Polymer clay.


close up of Bob

close up of Jay

"Inspirational Wisdom" by Randal Graves. 

A Clerks magnet made from perler beads

Pillow Pants! A little extra I threw in.  Did not make him, I found him, I had to get him because he was holding a ....... cat.




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142  Budweiser Lizard in Completed Projects by Pupper on: August 29, 2008 05:40:15 PM
I made this as a gift for the birthday of a friend of the family.  He likes lizards and bugs and guess what his choice of drink is.  Wink  I got this idea from the Aquarium in Baltimore, they sold similar things made from Soda cans.  I made it out of 6 beer cans, jewelry wire and used beads for the eyes.  Hope you like it!







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143  The Rocky Horror Picture Show Clock in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Pupper on: August 22, 2008 07:45:39 PM
I made this for my swap partner in the Rocky Horror Swap.  I used a wooden clock that I had found in a thrift store, painted in black (It was a light wooden color originally).  The lettering is red vinyl stickers.  The clock part was so fun to make.  I used a skeleton that I found at the craft store, I glued him behind the hands, I used his arm and leg and glued them to the hands.  The instructions to the Time Warp are framed underneath the clock.  I am very happy with the way it turned out, my partner said she liked it.  Yay!

Front view


The clock


Side view


Side view
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144  Re: RHPS Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Pupper on: August 15, 2008 04:59:50 PM
These are the wonderful things that I received from Shinydemon today!

Here is a picture of everything together


This is a Frank-n-Furter Picture Frame!



The most incredible thing ever... Columbia's foot and it is a coin bank!  The coin slot is on the top of the ankle.



A beautiful Lips picture made of fabric, going on my wall tonight!


Thank you so much Shinydemon!  Everything is perfect!

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145  Gears of War Lancer Gun in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Pupper on: August 04, 2008 06:19:53 PM
I made this for my husband.  The pictures did not pick up the actual color of the gun. The pictures kind of make it look cartoony. It doesn't look like a flat gray in real life and it is accented with silver metallic paint, which shows up white in the picture.  I made it with air dry clay and tin foil.  I molded everthing by sections over a series of days, the whole project took about 20 hours.  It has an actual chainsaw blade on it.  The plaque is plywood that I had stained, I made a little metal plaque that says "Lancer" underneath the gun with a dremel tool.  The Gears of War stamp was made from a sponge (My first ever attempt at making a stamp).  It is over 2 feet long and under a foot tall.






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146  Dum Dum the Easter Head Island Statue in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Pupper on: July 28, 2008 04:55:02 PM
I made this statue for my Mom, she has liked "Dum Dum" ever since she saw "Night at the Museum".  She had looked around in stores and catalogs for him, but they usually went for $50 or over.  I made him from a thin cinder block, polymer clay, tin foil and stone spray paint. All together it cost only $10.  It took about 3 hours to get him molded just right.  I had gone to the American Museum of Natural History in New York, took a picture and modeled the statue after that.  There was a line in the museum to get a picture with the statue, there were quite a lot of people getting a picture with him while holding gum up to his mouth  Cheesy  The one that I made is about a foot tall, he hangs out outside all day under a tree, too bad it's not a gum tree.....





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147  Johnny the Homicidal Maniac Desk in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Pupper on: July 16, 2008 08:21:33 PM
Hi everyone!  This is my Johnny the Homicidal Maniac Desk.  I used a plain white desk that I have had for years and a copy of The Director's Cut of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and lots of Mod Podge.  I took all the handles off the desk before I pasted everything on and just replaced it after everything dried.  I ended up using the whole book!  When I have guests over, they like to read my desk.  I used black tulle around the bottom of the desk and also wrapped around a few leather belts.  I had a knee high lace up boot where the leg on the right is, but I also have two dogs, so they had fun ripping that apart and I had to take it off.  I also covered the entire chair and wrapped leather belts around that.  For the seat, I used a black satin pillow case and reapolstered it.  I hope you like it!

















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