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1  My first clay projects since playdoh in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by winniethepoohbear on: June 23, 2007 12:29:56 PM
I was inspired by this site and I bought a big box of sculpey. This is what I've made so far. What do you think? Don't be too harsh I'm just starting and I'm sixteen.



Does anyone have any suggestions to make the holes for the jump rings? Because I made them with a needle and put the jump rings through when the clay was uncooked, and I slightly deformed them near the holes.
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2  Jasmine Costume in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by winniethepoohbear on: June 02, 2007 04:44:57 PM
I'm a beginner sewer, and I really want to make my own halloween costume this year. I am planning to be Jasmine, but I know my parents aren't let me out with a top that small. Instead I was thinking that I would make the whole costume out of two layers, something silky for the bottom, and something semi-see-through for the top layer, and extend the see-through top layer on her blouse thing to cover most of my stomach. But I was wondering if anyone had any better ideas to cover my stomach, but still keep the Jasminess of the outfit.
And here's a pic if you don't remember what Jasmine's outfit looks like.
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