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111  Jewelry Pouch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Dawl on: May 16, 2010 11:40:21 AM
My first attempt at the 8 section travel jewelry pouch.

I screwed up some, most definitely, but oh well, that's why you always call the first one a "prototype" LOL Now I can look at it, see where I went wrong and not do the same things on the next one !

Overall though I'm ok with it, it's just for me anyway so it doesn't need to be perfect.

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112  A few earrings :) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Dawl on: May 16, 2010 08:14:51 AM
I'm not nearly as talented with clay as some of the members here, but I'd thought I'd share some of my recently completed goodies anyway Smiley

Little Pink Shrooms Smiley



Glow in the dark Shrooms Smiley



Watermelons Smiley



C&C welcome Smiley
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113  Steelers Coasters in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Dawl on: May 15, 2010 03:25:49 PM
I just finished these Pittsburgh Steeler Coasters for my DIL !

I used 4x4 stone tiles, tissue paper, mod podge, and krylon clear coat. Backed them with adhesive cork to protect furniture !

C&C welcome

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114  Resin/Wood/Stone Wall Hanging in Completed Projects by Dawl on: May 15, 2010 03:21:59 PM
Hubby & I celebrated our 14th anniversary at the end of April. He loves all things native American so I wanted to give him something with that theme, yet something that really meant something as well.

I went to a local Native American themed gift shop and purchased 4 Spirit / Blessing Stones. Each one has a different meaning and I chose ones that I felt showed how I thought of him. I didn't really think he'd be big on just carrying around 4 stones in his pocket or just tossing them on his dresser so I wanted to turn them into something he could look at daily.

I hit Michael's and picked up 4 wooden frames, a bag of stones, and a container of resin and I was set Smiley

I took each stone and glued it in the center of the frame then put stones all around it. I then poured resin in to secure all of it in place for basically forever Smiley Attached the frames with jute twine and voila, a wall hanging.

Please excuse my laundry room door LOL That's not where this hangs permanently !

C&C welcome Smiley

Group shot of all 4 while resin is setting up -

Finished shot of all 4 together -
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115  Checkbook Cover in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Dawl on: May 15, 2010 03:15:15 PM
This is my first post so forgive me if I've put my goodies in the wrong sections  Undecided

This is a checkbook cover I just finished. These are soooo easy to make even for a sewing twit like myself Smiley

Hope you enjoy - C&C welcome =)



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