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1  Polymer Fun! (Extremely Image Heavy, 17 Pictures) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by PlasticTaco on: March 25, 2008 06:12:17 PM
Well I've been going on Craftster since January and then I joined and have always admired all of the crafty people...and now I'm finally posting!  All of my stuff is juvenile and bright and that's the way I like it.  Wink   By the way, I got out of the shower and then took these pictures without even brushing my hair; so try to ignore the disaster on my head.   Smiley  One last thing and I promise I'll stop rambling, my camera is broken so I had to use my dad's and his isn't very good at taking up close shots so some are a little blurry.

Anyways, I made these three necklaces during our three day weekend for MLK day.

The first is an orange airplane with a dangling heart:






Next is a dinosaur necklace that looks sort of like a lizard:






My least favorite is a shooting star with a smiley face:






I actually just made these yesterday…

This is a necklace that I was making for a friend, but didn't give to her because I'm not sure if it's good enough:






Here is a seahorse necklace with a thicker chain (I thought it would give it a nautical look), it's kind of flimsy but I don't think it will it will break (watch out!  crappy photography):






Next, are some little panda-type-bear-things made into earrings (I'm almost done, I swear):










Lastly is a cute little kitty cat clip.  I hot glued it onto the clip and right after I took this picture and took it out of my head it broke off the clip.  I glued it back on, but I don't want it to fall of again… anyone know of a good way of attaching it?  Anyways…pictures:








Yet again, sorry for the excess of pictures.  If you actually read this whole thing I applaud you.  Next time I promise not to ramble.     Cheesy
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