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1  Baby Groot. Yes, yes, I made one too :) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Gente de Massinha on: September 07, 2014 10:05:35 AM

Hi, seems like every geek is making a baby Groot, this is my version.
My english is bad, sorry.
Not really a tutorial about how I made it.

I used 2 parts epoxy putty, plastic mini leaves, pieces of wire, bitumen and mineral solvent, moss, mini vase, super glue.

- For the base, I made a skinny and long cone, let it dry slightly and give it a little twist. Put a piece of wire to hold the little head. I made some marks on the trunk.

- I made the little arms and put wire to fix the little arms. Use super glue to secure in the position I wanted and started doing the vines with twisted rolls of dough. Put a little piece of wire to make the neck.

- I did the face, with some shallow marks, cut the lips and pressed a pen to make the eyes. Then I made mini twisted cones and started to add through the head toward the edges. I mounted the head using the piece of wire and super glue.

- Once dry, I painted the piece with wax bitumen diluted with mineral spirits and put sprigs of plastic glued here and there. Now, just put in a mini vase, giving the finish with dry moss.

I hope you are capable of understand my english, please excuse the errors.

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2  Okay Okay necklace - tutorial in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Gente de Massinha on: July 13, 2014 01:35:10 PM

To make this necklace, you will need:
- black and white air clay (or polymer clay), scissors, alphabet pasta, fluid acrylic paint, pen or any round object, toothpicks, super glue, E.V.A. foam or acetate scraps, nail file, chain and jump rings.

I dont trust my english (it is bad), so, i am posting a photo tutorial, okay? Wink

I hope you like it and if you have doubts, please let me know. I will do my best to answer.

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3  Hunger Games - Real or Not Real? in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: September 27, 2012 09:25:49 AM
Hi, yesterday i made some "hunger games" jewelry. I make it using metal charms, pearls and cold porcelain (air clay). I hope you like it and if you wanna know how to make the little breads, I left a tutorial in my blog.

REAL OR NOT REAL


ALWAYS (PEARL + BREAD + NIGTHLOCK = LOVE)


Thank you and please excuse my bad english, Pat
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4  TV series and books pendants in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: February 14, 2012 05:18:54 PM
Hi, I am obsessed with glass pendants lately.
Can you identified the references?
Sorry if  this post is too heavy. Thanks and please excuse my bad english.



Tag: "so long and thanks for all the fish"










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5  Phosphorescent Pendants in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: February 14, 2012 05:08:38 PM
Hi, I am obsessed with glass pendants lately Smiley
Can you identified the references?
Thank you for see and please excuse my bad english Sad






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6  Sherlock pendant in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: February 01, 2012 11:35:15 PM
Inspired by Sherlock BBC "A study in pink"
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7  Tardis Card Tutorial - Bigger on the inside in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: November 24, 2011 07:55:56 PM
This is my TARDIS card and it is "bigger on the inside" Wink


I used the "hidden message" technique in this card.

To make this card you will need:
1 piece of paper: 21cm x 28cm;
2 pieces of paper: 21cm x 6,9cm;
scissors, ruler, pencil, crayon and black pen.

1- Take the first piece of paper (28 x 21 cm) and fold it down the middle.
Unfold and fold again with the sides folding in towards the center.
Unfold again. Your paper will have four 7cm divisions.

2- Fold the paper again in the center.
With a pencil, make 3 marks in the middle ( 5.25 cm - 10.5 cm - 10.75cm).
3- Refer to picture and cut on the marks shown.
Open the paper and the paper will be cut, like in the picture

4- Take the 2 strips (21cm x 6.9 cm) that were cut.
Insert the strips "into" the first piece of paper, weaving in and out of the cuts.

5- Decorate or paint your card (5 sides Wink) and it is done! Now, write a beautiful message and send the TARDIS to someone special Smiley

Thank you and please excuse my bad english, Pat
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8  Re: Magic ATC Tutorial w/ Pictures (LOTS!) in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by Gente de Massinha on: October 11, 2011 04:33:41 PM
Hi, I was here searching for someone to readproof a magic card tutorial I made, see if it is clear and point out the English errors. And then I see this post, lovely work. I love that you put embellish in it. I was afraid to put them in mine.
Well, if some of you can readproof the tut and help me, please send me a personal message?
That`s the black card i made:




Please excuse my bad english.

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9  Thaumatrope in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Gente de Massinha on: September 23, 2011 12:16:58 PM
Hi, want to do a thaumatrope? It is really easy and i did it with pre teens.
You can see how it work here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWxa2eJ_Izw



1. Take a simple image, group with a circle or square and save.


2. Copy to paint (or other graphic software), erase part of the image and save. Repeat, erasing the other part. Save.


3. Make a line and align the images. Rotate one 180 graus (sorry, cant put the symbol)


4. Print, cut and use the line for guide to glue. Paint, make holes and put ribbon or string.


5. You`re done. Make more Smiley

You can incorporate it in yours cards and scrap pages. To see a gift I made wit it, go to http://gentedemassinha.blogspot.com/2011/09/como-fazer-um-taumatropio.html

Thank you and please excuse my bad english Smiley
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10  jacob`s ladder in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Gente de Massinha on: September 14, 2011 10:44:12 PM
Hi, I made it for a teenager class. Its very simple and easy to do.



You can see a video here:
http://youtu.be/zxJW3TXJY3I

or in my blog, where you can also download a pdf tutorial:
http://gentedemassinha.blogspot.com

Thank you and please excuse my bad english Undecided
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