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1  Pennsylvania / Pennsylvania: Southeast / tritone august craft fair. on: July 25, 2006 08:18:50 AM
on august 5th, from 2-6pm, tritone bar is going to be hosting another craft fair & show. if you'd like to take part, there are still tables available at $10 a slot. curious? then please contact kelly at kaw @ att.net.

i participated in the last one, and it was a good time. even if you don't wish to sell, come on down to check it out anyway.

august craft fair!
august 5, 2-6pm
tritone bar
1508 south street, phila
2  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Discussion and Questions / future floor stuff and clay? on: July 13, 2006 03:53:56 PM
okay...so i have been using sculpey glaze to seal and/or finish my polyclay bits, but i find the photos i see of folks using future floor finish and like the sheen a bit more. my question/problem is this: when you dunk your pieces into the future floor stuff, how long does it stay tacky? i've poured a bit out, to test it, and it still hasn't quite solidified, as it were...

any tips? please? thank you!
3  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / my maiden voyage into the land of wire twisting.... on: November 10, 2005 01:09:52 PM
i've made plenty of jewelry in the past using string, elastic cords, etc....until now, though, i had never made anything with wire. while i definitely like the look of wire better, boy, is it hard to twist....and twist. and twist some more...over a period of a few days, an hour or so a day, i made this:

(hyperlinked because the photo is gargantuan.)

does anyone have any tips as to how to make the twisting a bit easier? or, at least a bit more uniform?

here is a close up of the connections:
4  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / woodburning/transferring image issues. on: October 27, 2005 11:25:33 AM
hopefully i've posted this in the proper place, if not, i am dreadfully sorry.  Undecided

i am in the process of making a little wooden box for my husband. i wanted it have a black line picture of a geisha, which i would then woodburn and paint.  the problem is, the image i chose for it is a somewhat complicated one, and as i draw rather badly, i need to find a way to transfer the image onto the top of the box. any relatively simple ideas?

i've tried the search function, looked on google, even tried various eljay communities--all a bust.

right now i am pretty much getting the idea i will have to trace said image, and that sucks. bunches. thanks for any and all ideas y'all might have!  Embarrassed
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