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1  OPPORTUNITIES FOR CRAFTERS / Opportunities: Seeking Crafters who Sell their Work / Indie Comic Book Store Seeks Crafty Consigners on: August 02, 2014 03:25:52 PM
Hi everyone!

I'm going to be opening a comic book and collectibles store in Florida called Nyxia's Lair and I'm hoping to find a few crafty suppliers who would like to have their items in the store on consignment. Although I'm not done with the work to the store's interior,  I've added some pictures of how it looks right now to give you an idea of where I'm going with decor. I'm waiting for the gridwall to arrive, but I do have some really great islands and display cabinets, too, so I can feature just about any product style.

That said, I'm looking for items that would fit the theme of the store which focuses on comic books/graphic novels, action figures, Dr Who, manga--I think you'll get the idea. I'd love to have some amigurumi, polymer clay pieces, handmade jewelry, etc to add to the shop, so if you or a crafter you know has a product line that fits, please pass this on to them.

We offer great terms (which are negotiable based on your needs), full written contracts and payment every 30 days by either company check or Paypal.

Thanks in advance for reading and if you'd like more information you can PM me, email me @ nyxiaslair at gmail dot come or find us at facebook.com/nyxiaslair !

2  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Tiny Dragons on: January 28, 2012 03:31:21 AM
Three new additions to my polymer clay experiments. First is a dragon on a firefighter's badge I made for my sis, who is a firefighter. The next one is a baby dragon, which I made for using in another craft. And finally, a little dragon embryo charm.

Tanya's Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

Tanya's Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

Baby Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

For Scale by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

Dragon Embryo by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

3  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / My first dragon on: January 17, 2012 08:31:54 AM
Like my little fairy, my first attempt at a dragon is done. S/he (i'm not sure yet..lol) didn't turn out too badly--at least you can tell what it is rofl.

My First Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

My First Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

My First Dragon by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr
4  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / Little Fairy Girl on: January 15, 2012 05:28:48 AM
I'm pretty new to polymer clay-I usually do drop pull eggs and soapmaking, so this is a venture into the unknown for me. That said, I made a little fairy girl and I'm pretty proud of her, so I thought I would show her off. Smiley It was the first time I'd made wings from real feathers, so they're pretty rough, but I don't think she came out half bad, considering I really have no idea what I'm doing Grin

ETA: She's the size of a quarter.

Tiny Fairy Girl by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr

Tiny Fairy Girl by Acts of Creativity, on Flickr
5  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Easter / Drop Pull Eggs on: March 23, 2010 05:21:35 AM
Its been awhile since I've posted, so I'm trying to get this right. 

I used the method originally posted here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=4575.msg34565#msg34565

We've upgraded from using a frying pan with bottle caps to using a mini cupcake pan on a hot plate or griddle - easier access to the dyes.  We've tried disposable pans, but they just don't stay flat, so the heat transfer doesn't work very well.

We're using pencils with a flat-headed straight pin to draw the lines.

I see that a bunch of the images in the original tutorial have gone MIA, so I'm off to try and spruce it up!

6  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Rose Soaps on: March 07, 2008 06:10:37 PM
Just thought I'd share these soaps I made from HP Soap...

I think the next time I make soap I'm going to do a little more 'sculpting' with it...it was fun!
7  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Knifty Knitter Wrap on: March 10, 2007 03:18:46 PM
I posted pictures of this in the knifty knitter thread back when it was still on the loom, but I wanted to give it its own thread and share pictures of the progress.

I also wondered if anyone had any suggestions on a way to 'close' it-I'm torn! Should I leave the sides flat and just let them be tied like a sarong or should I add some sort of closure to hold it shut? A button doesn't seem to 'fit'. Thoughts?

8  Florida / Florida: Central / Treasure Coast Crafters on: January 11, 2007 06:33:58 PM
We're putting out a call for all Treasure Coast Crafters (East coast, Vero to Stuart) for a new craft mafia we're hoping to form. It will be based out of Fort Pierce and we'd love to get everyone involved!

If you're in the area, let us know!
9  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Vintage Craft Projects / Say What?! on: January 08, 2007 01:24:19 PM
I was given a bunch of vintage craft books by a friend and I had to share the wealth. I thought I'd start with the sublime silliness that is...

Gay Gadgets.

I swear I'm not making this up!

If you are brave enough to sport this type of fun as YOUR decor, check out the instructions on the blog
10  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Triple Chocolate Cake: Handmade Soap on: December 06, 2006 08:18:37 PM
This is my first ever soap cake. I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. Smells delish too- used three different types of chocolate fragrance oil in it.

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