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1  Billy/Jigsaw puppet prop. in Halloween Decor and Parties by Snaughty on: September 03, 2009 07:28:21 PM
Well, mine isn't technically a puppet, since it has no moving parts, but I can always try again next year.  Grin  He's made out of some wood glue and toilet paper, with a generous layer of plaster on top.  He's a full head, not just the face... he needs more hair... and he'll be getting the rest of his body, plus his trike, in the next few weeks. Cheesy

His head is almost lifesized, I meant to make him more child head sized.  Oops. 

Yes, both Buc-ee and I love him, very much so.  Wink

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2  My first necklace (hooray for gaudiness!) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Snaughty on: January 04, 2007 12:23:15 AM
Yay, I made a necklace today!  I need some better lighting so I can take better pics.  =\  Oh well. 

Okay, I cheated and used a scanner for this shot:

Does it look okay for a first attempt?  =D
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