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301  Re: *First Post* Walk me Baby in Pet-Related Crafts: Completed Projects by teapotdnky on: April 10, 2006 02:12:13 PM
Oh yeah. Those are A LOT bigger than I'd use!

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302  premo, bake and bend, eraser clay in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by teapotdnky on: April 09, 2006 10:34:49 PM
this little fairy is all premo

These little monsters are eraser clay with bake and bend arms

This is bake and bend made into a crochet bracelet. The rest on the desk is already baked, but not woven or crocheted yet.
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303  Squirrels vs makeup, nuts and grapefruit in Completed Projects by teapotdnky on: April 09, 2006 10:10:36 PM
Thanks to the encouragement here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=88701.0
I made another set! 

Tree playing board

Woefully blurry playing set

Close up of makeup, nuts and grapefruit

Surprised slutty squirrel

Hope ya'll like it!  Cheesy

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304  cake, death and sushi in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by teapotdnky on: April 06, 2006 09:08:42 PM
I was inspired by the tic tac roe here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=57047.40

So I made one too

Sorry for the crappy painting of the lines. Low blood sugar by that point.  Wink

This is the cake or death set

didn't realize this one was so blurry.  Cry

The ginger, wasabi and cake slices are the score keepers.
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305  Re: The Star Trek Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by teapotdnky on: April 06, 2006 08:35:12 PM
Actually, I am a little proud of this, so I had to put up 2 pics.
Data's hair is removable to show his circuit board.  Smiley

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306  Re: Polymer Clay Board? in Suggest New Boards and New Features by teapotdnky on: April 03, 2006 08:45:30 PM
Nobody in the tree swap seemed to like this, but ya'll might.

Some TLS tree window clings.

My first filligree egg.

Some ice cream cups for the shop I work in. Sorry it's a little blurry.

Abstract art card.

Details done in clay.
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307  Re: help for the girl who was "never getting married" ? in Weddings and Bridal Showers by teapotdnky on: March 18, 2006 06:56:29 PM
This is a cheesecake wedding cake from the cake bible. It has been covered with buttercream frosting. I have made it at home and turns out lovely and tastes great!

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308  Another myriad of mediums (no nudity) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by teapotdnky on: March 16, 2006 02:32:54 PM
These are mostly duct tape. The flower one is using 3 fake roses too.

I used the stems of the flowers for the handle.

Duct tape lining.

One side.

Other side.
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309  A myriad of mediums (some nudity) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by teapotdnky on: March 16, 2006 02:29:23 PM
I bought a few really cheap records at Half Price Books and the 50th anniversary edition of Playboy. They had redone the original photos of Marilyn Monroe digitally and reprinted them. I took her centerfold and used it for the record purse. The other purse is made from the insert that they made of all the past covers and the centerfolds. The covers were printed on one side of the page and the centerfolds were printed on the other side. I decided to do the covers on the outside of the purse that way I could carry it more often and not worry too much about being to lewd.  Wink

front of the purse

back of the purse

My lovely playboy purse

My favorite part of the purse
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310  My Murder Mystery Party in Party Planning by teapotdnky on: March 15, 2006 05:34:10 PM
My husband and I had a joint birthday party at Dave and Buster's. When everybody showed up we all got "identities" for the night. The identities were printed on sticker paper so we could wear them for the night. An example of the identity that may have been given out would be a picture of a man (say his name is john), with different accesories on/near him. He may have a hanky, cufflinks, cigar, cell phone, a strand of hair at the "scene". All the characters had five clues each, some were women (earrings, lipstick...) most of them had the same clues like the cell phones and money. When the identities were all handed out, we drew cards to see who the killer was. The killer had 10 minutes while we all split up to "kill" one of us. He/she had to take a clue out of a small bag we were all carrying and hand it to the unfortunate dead person. Whoever died had to wear the sticker for the whole game and we would meet every ten minutes to see who was dead. We played five rounds, with plenty of beer between killings. All the people still alive at the end of the game got dessert if they guessed the killer right.

My mom was the first to die.

Next to die.

Last to die.

Last clue.

honored guests. Also the reason there aren't more pictures of the process, most of the pictures later on in the night didn't make any sense.  Wink
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