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1  Re: Meat Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by dalargestpucca on: November 10, 2005 05:30:03 PM
Craft-matic's package came yesterday. She cleverly made two games out of handmade polymer clay sushis and hand-painted iridescent capiz shell plates, which complement these Asian-inspired delights. This is going to be a little image heavy. Here is the first game:

Tic Tac Roe





These were pieces about 1" big, and she made circular and also rectangular shapes to represent the X's and O's normally in the game. I love how they look and I know she must have spent a lot of time making that rice ... The ginger and wasabi are picture perfect, very nice job, the ginger is so transluscent it could really be on my dinner plate!

Game No. 2 .... Pictured Here:







This one is sushi solitaire, with many little sushi roll slices. Great idea playing with your food! The plate was unfortunately broken during mailing -- rough handling at the post office -- but it still works!

Thanks craftmatic! Mmm mmm good.
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2  Re: Steak Soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by dalargestpucca on: October 08, 2005 09:39:41 PM
Here's the latest edition to my bathroom, steak hand towels. My mom, a professional machine embroiderer and digitizer, was gracious enough to make these for me from an existing design she had:



I love you, Mom! These are great, I don't want to use them!
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3  Cooked Steak and Eggs Soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by dalargestpucca on: August 15, 2005 07:18:05 PM
Um, guys, uh ... I kind of got hungry yesterday morning, so I made myself quite a hearty breakfast. I mean, if you had a fresh soap steak lying around, wouldn't you want to put it on the grill and cook it?Huh*





Add some eggs, garnish with parsley and pepper, and voila! Steak and Eggs.





Mmmm ... Breakfast is good. And this one cleans up after itself!

See the raw steak soap at http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=47431.0

* Melt and Pour is suitable for carnivores and vegetarians alike!
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4  Re: Steak Soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by dalargestpucca on: August 14, 2005 03:29:59 PM
That is awesome LOL. I would say if you left it on the kitchen counter someone would try to cook and eat it.
It looks SOOOOO real!
I can't even imagine a meat themed bathroom! Please give us a description if you can't put up pictures!
Thanks

Hi, sorry it took so long. Now I can finally post these pictures of my bathroom, it is not fully decorated but, you know, I'm doing it gradually. Here goes:





The shower curtain and steak bathmat can be purchased at www.mcphee.com, an excellent website for kitschy and pop art-type products.



This is a collage that I made that I will either hang up on the bathroom door or on the wall next to it.



So there it is, the way it looks now. Plus you know the soap will be next to the sink.

Thanks for looking.
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5  Steak Soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by dalargestpucca on: August 09, 2005 04:29:18 PM
Hi everyone! This is my first time posting on craftster. Here is a soap I recently made with melt and pour, it's a bloody steak! The packaging is clean styrofoam meat packaging from the grocery store. Smiley I hope you guys like it.

I've really been admiring the crafts on this site and think that a lot of work being shown here is awesome. This community is very supportive of craft addicts! I think I'll be taking on some new projects ... it's so nice that some of you have included instructions.

Thanks and take care.



I made a second one last night, it looks a little different ... And is cranberry scented.



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