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1  Daruma Doll in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by seabelly on: September 26, 2012 09:30:38 AM
He's tiny - only about 2.5" tall







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2  Bob's Burgers t-shirt in Stenciling: Completed Projects by seabelly on: September 09, 2012 05:12:30 PM
A gift I made for a fan, but I really wanted it for myself =)



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3  Some Sea Creatures in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by seabelly on: October 18, 2009 11:18:00 AM
Here are some little creatures I have been working on. I plan on selling them at a craft fair in December.




He is the oldest snail



My little whales with their funny teeth and barnacles



Manta face - I have some touch ups to do on him...



He is going to be mounted on a board for hanging





She is not a sea creature, she is just a sad little creature


That is all for now!
-julie

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4  Clay brooches, pins, and earings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by seabelly on: August 09, 2009 05:02:50 PM
I've started making jewelry from Sculpey and I'm really enjoying it. Here are some things I recently made...



The bigger one with the dog is a brooch. The other silvery metal looking one is a pin, and the other smaller unpainted ones are earrings.




Ah, you see?
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5  Chair Primping in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by seabelly on: August 09, 2009 04:53:33 PM
My boyfriend brought home this wonderfully ridiculous chair from his work a few weeks ago:



It was dirty as hell, but quite comfortable! It required some primping so we headed for the fabric store. Here is what it looks like after some much needed reupholstering and spray paint:

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6  Paragon In Bibelot in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by seabelly on: April 06, 2009 11:57:14 AM
I made this little creature over a year ago for a friend. I also wrote a short story to go along with it. It was called, "Paragon in Bibelot"

So you know...

paragon /ˈprəˌgɒn, -gən/
noun
1. a model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excellence.
2. Printing. a 20-point type.
3. an unusually large, round pearl.
verb (used with object)
4. to compare; parallel.
5. to be a match for; rival.
6. Obsolete. to surpass.
7. Obsolete. to regard as a paragon.


bibelot /ˈbɪbloʊ; Fr. bibəˈloʊ/
noun, plural -lots /-loʊz; Fr. -ˈloʊ/
a small object of curiosity, beauty, or rarity.









His story is a sad one, if you'd like to know it you can read it here: http://fleshmechanics.org/bibelot/

There are also additional photos there too.
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7  Soot in Completed Projects by seabelly on: March 29, 2009 11:35:06 AM
I made this little thing from a little bit of clay and some left over wool I had. To me, he looks like a spot of soot from a candle, so that is what I call 'im.








I also made a larger one, that I named Singe, but I like Soot better.

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8  Colonel Cornelius Niblet in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by seabelly on: March 01, 2009 06:52:28 PM
This was my first project using sculpey. Prior to this, I used an awful, awful stinky clay. Unfortunately, I still have pounds of it left.




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