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1  Cutesie Skull Hair Barrette in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by solar_jazz on: November 09, 2010 08:09:47 PM
I made this for my daughter tonight. Hot glued to a 2 inch hair clip. I am just completetly into polymer stuffs these days  Shocked
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2  Re: Blood Worms....Yum! in Halloween Decor and Parties by solar_jazz on: November 01, 2010 07:14:55 AM
Here are mine! I loved the way they turned out. I just screwed up an important step and that was the squeezing them out on wax paper. I didn't realize they needed to be stretched out and chilled not touching one another. After I squeezed them out, I chilled them and they became all stuck together. Still got a great reaction over them at the party though!!!!  Also, my straws were very skinny. I think I will try to find some fatter ones next time.


They look fantastic...I love the way the cream and jello separated....mine never seems to do that. Did you use regular whipping cream or heavy whipping cream?
I had some cool whip in the fridge so I just used that  Wink
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3  Re: Blood Worms....Yum! in Halloween Decor and Parties by solar_jazz on: October 30, 2010 04:33:36 PM
Here are mine! I loved the way they turned out. I just screwed up an important step and that was the squeezing them out on wax paper. I didn't realize they needed to be stretched out and chilled not touching one another. After I squeezed them out, I chilled them and they became all stuck together. Still got a great reaction over them at the party though!!!!  Also, my straws were very skinny. I think I will try to find some fatter ones next time.
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4  Funky Halloween Centerpiece in Halloween Decor and Parties by solar_jazz on: October 27, 2010 05:47:46 PM
SO my ma gave me a bit of inspiration over the phone yesterday and said she saw something on TV where someone had hot glued some candy corn to a floral foam ball and it looked really cool. I had no clue what it actually looked like so here is what I came up with. I took a half foam ball because I wanted it to sit nicely on a flat surface and glued a piece of craft foam to the bottom so it would protect the bottom.  I wanted to make it into a center piece but it just wasn't big enough. I grabbed a branch off a dead tree in the yard and made it into a tree by adding some fake flowers and leaves in appropriate Halloween colors. Then, added all the candy corn. I never knew candy corn could be as beautiful as it is delicious!

Let me know what you think!

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5  Rosey Barrettes in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by solar_jazz on: October 23, 2010 01:14:27 PM
These are just a couple barrettes I made last week. I love how they turned out!  Grin




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6  Deceptively Delicious Earrings in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by solar_jazz on: October 23, 2010 12:58:14 PM
Some bacon earrings (second pair I have made) and some super cute hot dog earrings I made last week. Still plan on adding a bit of mustard to the hot dogs.

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