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1  WIP Graveyard Willie in Polymer Clay: Discussion and Questions by DarleneC on: April 09, 2011 01:31:01 AM
I started a new sculpt and I was hoping to have a fairy. I tried everything to get the eyes set right but this is how they wanted to be. Guess I'll just let the clay do what it wants and go with the flow. After working on it for a bit I noticed that it was the ugliest fairy that I have ever seen. LOL So I changed gears and now I have Graveyard Willie. This may sound weird but he has been talking to me. So here he is.

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2  Hearts Hearts Hearts in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by DarleneC on: April 03, 2011 12:40:35 AM
Hubby bought me some Pearl-Ex powders and I just had to try them out. These are not quite complete yet. I'm sure sure what to use on them to protect them. I've heard Future floor polish works. I've never used it before. My question is does the Future rub off? Is there something better to use? I would like to use something that won't rub off because these may be touching skin when worn. BTW my favorite is the green one and I don't really like green. lol
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3  Halloween Punkins in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by DarleneC on: October 27, 2010 04:53:40 AM
Hi all. I've been a lurker for a while now and thought I would share my first project in a long time. These are the punkins that I have worked on so far. 2 of them have not been finished yet. They all have battery operated lights in them and really look cool when the lights are off.
 







I hope that you like them. Let me know what you think.

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