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Topic: Butsket and Wasnut earings?  (Read 476 times)
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SkiTzCoRe
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« on: July 03, 2007 12:07:49 AM »

They're really not that special, but I like'em... they were a rainy day project...

Made out of buttons and gaskets... and washers and nuts... thusly giving them their names.  Grin cheesy, no?

The first pair (Butskets) were put together using pins, drape hooks, these really old but cool flat-flap buttons, and thick black washers.

The second pair (Wasnuts) were put together using earing hooks, floral wire (green), and of course, washers and nuts. Enjoy. ^_^

-SkiTz


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