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1  Dog poop? Why not? in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Inkie on: April 03, 2008 05:52:16 PM
Of course, my first post here would be something completely bizarre.

A while ago, I was cruising craft and art sites, and noticed a strange trend of charms, plushies, prints, and the like of some of the most disgusting things I could think of: pee, toilets, vomit, toilet paper, and, the most popular, poop.  And, the strange thing was, they were all just so cute that people were buying them as fast as people could make them.

So, of course, I had to do it differently.



Dog poop earrings, and, of course, a matching dog poop pendant on a dog collar!  I had to look at dozens of pictures of dog poop, rubber and real, to get the shape and texture right.  When I showed them to my dad, who works at a treatment plant, he assured me that they were quite accurate...disgustingly so.



a closeup of the earrings...and that's false fur in the background, by the way!



My version of an action shot...that's real fur in the foreground, by the way!



Closeup...he was a very good sport!

Enjoy!  Or...something!
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