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1  Paper Earrings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by XMACCHIATO on: August 06, 2010 07:57:36 AM


These were made from magazine pages cut into strips and then woven. A few of them were made from ribbon. The butterfly rings are just for fun. I'm going to add earring hooks to the little cubes. I think stud earrings would look better than dangle because of the shape, but I plan to make some of both kinds  Wink
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2  Soda Can Earrings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by XMACCHIATO on: August 03, 2010 05:33:57 AM
Hi everyone, i thought i'd attempt to make some eco friendly jewelry  Cheesy

These are some results:



i've been told this one looks like sushi lol i guess i kind of see it?


this one took a looong time to put together. it was a nice idea in design, but much more complicated execution :T

some spirals Cheesy

haha my pet chameleon is lurking

i like these Cheesy sugar beats protein! woot


THANKS FOR LOOKING! comments and criticism welcome  Kiss


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3  Woven Stellated Octahedron in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by XMACCHIATO on: August 02, 2010 04:00:38 PM




it's kinda hard to photograph these since they have so many sides!
the one on the far right is rainbow, every strip of paper is a different color
each one is woven with 12 modular units

thanks for looking Wink
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4  Tropical Fruit Tart in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by XMACCHIATO on: August 02, 2010 02:30:31 PM








this is some of the stuff i've been making c:
i've been really inspired by the creations on craftster!
here is a quick explanation, but i'm sure many of you already know how to make these

First, either color your clay or use your pre colored clay and roll it into a small ball. Preferably, this color would be light tan for your tart. Flatten the ball gently. Now, you can add texture to the side with the side of a knife or any similar tool. Then, mix liquid sculpey or your brand of liquid clay with white solid clay until it has a creamy but smooth texture. Apply this on top of your tart! If you have made fruit canes or purchased fruit canes made by other talented people, cut your slices and apply directly to the creamy top of your tart. Now bake at 275 degrees in your oven for  about 15 mins. Voila!
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5  Grapefruit Star Fruit Tart in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by XMACCHIATO on: August 02, 2010 02:22:01 PM
This is a freshly baked tart topped with thick crême patissière and topped with various fruits.

I've always browsed through polymer clay miniatures and admired them for their tininess and detail, but I never thought I could make them myself! It's much easier than i thought...maybe because they're so addicting and fun to make c:






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