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« Reply #20 on: August 05, 2006 08:01:36 AM »

I'm changing my response to this craft.

This is shear genius!  You MADE each piece of gravel.  You SCULPTED each aquatic lovely and lovingly placed them inside the ingenious Wonder Water.  You MADE a tiny fish food can with a lovely tiny fish on it.

I referred this craft to a friend with a dollhouse, and then took a second look at it.  It really is great!!!!  When I get a dollhouse, I'm making one!!!!

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« Reply #21 on: August 05, 2006 08:39:08 AM »

 

All too precious!  We (me and the itty bitty maze's momma and the tiny crocheted purple hat's momma) have decided we need to make a 'doctor's office'...with a kids table (maze), art (my Mona Lisa), your fish tank, a book rack with all the mini books, and a nice hat rack with the hats...of course the staff would be the gnomes and fairies, and the patients would be spiders, caterpillers, and mini kittens!  How cute would that be?  Of course, all the other minis would need to play too, I just can't remember them all!

Can we pretty-please see a pic of it in your hand?  That has been my favorite way to see the sizes of all of these!
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« Reply #22 on: August 05, 2006 10:11:12 AM »



All too precious!  We (me and the itty bitty maze's momma and the tiny crocheted purple hat's momma) have decided we need to make a 'doctor's office'...with a kids table (maze), art (my Mona Lisa), your fish tank, a book rack with all the mini books, and a nice hat rack with the hats...of course the staff would be the gnomes and fairies, and the patients would be spiders, caterpillers, and mini kittens!  How cute would that be?  Of course, all the other minis would need to play too, I just can't remember them all!

Can we pretty-please see a pic of it in your hand?  That has been my favorite way to see the sizes of all of these!

 Cheesy That'd be hilarious! I will take a picture of it in my hand next week (can I add it to my post even if the entry date is passed?). I kinda accidently left it at a relatives house by their computer. I'm in the middle of a move and made it while I was up visiting them for a week. Roll Eyes I will for sure get better pictures soon though.

woah, thanks for the compliments RecycleMicol! Shocked
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« Reply #23 on: August 05, 2006 10:50:52 AM »

This is awesome!!

By the way, if you used the movie finding Nemo as inspiration, the purple fish is more than likely the Royal Gramma.  http://www.reefcorner.com/SpecimenSheets/royal_gramma.htm I had these before. They can swim upside down, didya know? Fun stuff! <3 saltwater tanks.
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« Reply #24 on: August 05, 2006 01:05:01 PM »

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it's called "Wonder Water". I got mine at roberts

Thanks for the info!!  I don't know what Roberts is, but I'm assuming it's a craft store?

I still can't quite find out whether these one part, reusable gels are resins or not... but some of the stuff that's said about them sounds like it.  Oh well.

There are similar types that are also one-part but don't require heating... not sure how they differ either, but using one of those might mean that it would be better for using with plastic containers (because there isn't a heat issue... don't know if there are other issues too since one site for WW said to use only with glass).





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« Reply #25 on: September 07, 2007 09:17:31 AM »

that tiny can of fish food on the lid is too cute
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