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1  COOKING / Dessert / Guitar Cake on: July 06, 2009 08:58:36 AM
So I wanted to make a guitar cake for my birthday. I usually make jewelry but I figured I'm creative enough to get the job done. Let me know what you think and also check out my jewelry at www.cre8tivesoul.com

Tutorial here:
http://bit.ly/ZePYJ

here is a picture of it:
http://web.me.com/denisu81/cre8tivesoul.com/Community_/Media/object017.jpg




-Denise

www.cre8tivesoul.com
www.denisenicolefrancis.com
www.youtube.com/denisu81
www.twitter.com/cre8tivesoul
2  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Traveling with Jewelry on: November 07, 2008 09:03:15 AM
Hi,
I am trying to find a good solution to traveling with my jewelry. I'd like to make something unique that folds up and can open to be its own display. I have a lot of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings and I don't want them to get tangled in route. I need some thing that I can lock and possibly work as a carry on on an airplane.
However, my main concern is the tangling and some how being able to unfold or open it to be an inst-display that actually look presentable. My style is very eclectic and I am very open to using materials such as peg board, plywood, and whatever I can find to achieve that found object/boho-retro-modern look. The goal is to save time setting up and breaking down and not having to travel with too many display items. If you have any Ideas, please email me at denisu81@msn.com.

And for those of you tat have display issues you can try to catch inspiration like I do:
go to the mall and go to your favorite store...look at how they display their items...stores like urban outfitters, anthropologie...etc have great methods of display using inexpensive item like things you can find outside or in your house already. Make sure you bring a camera and go window shopping for ideas! Smiley stores are using all sorts of inexpensive, clever ideas to display their items Smiley
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