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11  Veggies, hemp, Sculpey, and gamer nerd! (Picture OBESE!) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by gabsmadblonde on: February 24, 2008 12:05:09 PM
The necklace and bracelet (presents for my friend's hippie sister):


Closeup of the bracelet (my favorites are the peas and the avacado):


Action shot of the necklace (I know my neck looks weird in this picture, I was trying to look at the screen of my camera in the mirror as I was taking it. Complicated.


Closeup of the beads (I'm really proud of the green and blue ones)


My favorite Sculpey bracelets:


A present I made for my boyfriend for Valentine's day...he's a gamer. It's an old-school gameboy and a hearthstone from WoW. (Inspiration for both taken from Craftster!)


Hope you enjoy! More coming soon soon soon.
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12  Buttony earrings, melted pennies, and a choker - honest opinions, pwease! :) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by gabsmadblonde on: February 08, 2008 12:07:13 PM
Sorry about the lighting. My entire apartment is kind of crappily lit, and it's too cold to bother going outside.


Just made these with some materials I had lying around my room. I'm not 100% happy with the way they turned out, but I'd say around 93%, so I'll take it. They're shades of dark blue and light and medium green, if you can't tell.


Melted penny necklace I made in 11th grade or so, and a choker I made to go with some earrings I posted a while ago. I melted the penny in chemistry class and thought it looked pretty cool, so I went home, punched through it with a hammer and a pin heated under a lighter, and put it together with pieces from old, decrepit necklaces. Kind of a franken-necklace. I'm also not 100% happy with the choker, because I didn't have any good craft wire to make it with. I'm probably going to replace the wire. It looks really good on, though. Smiley


Back of the penny necklace.

Again, sorry about the crappy lighting.  Cheesy
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13  First post - beaded earrings! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by gabsmadblonde on: February 06, 2008 05:22:59 PM

A few pairs of earrings I made recently. You can't really tell in this lighting, but the round beads on the top pair are hematite, and the bottom two beads on the pair on the right are all iridescent-y.


A pair I made for my friend for Christmas. Not my style wearing-wise, but I really, really like the way they turned out.


These I actually made a few years ago, but I still wear both pairs pretty frequently.

Hope you enjoy!  Cheesy
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