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« on: February 06, 2009 05:55:13 PM »

Hi again!

I recently saw a dorodango online and found a couple of tutorials that inspired me to make my own.
 (hopefully tomorrow)
However, I hoped maybe some of you would know some tips out of personal experience?

Thanks for your time and effort Cheesy

(Here are the tutorials I found)
http://www.dorodango.com/create.html
http://www.kyokyo-u.ac.jp/youkyou/4/english4.htm
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« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2009 08:00:54 PM »

Dorodango!!  I made one about a year ago and it turned out pretty cool. I didn't get it realllly shiny but enough that the surface has a nice gloss to it. I pretty much just followed the instructions in Craft magazine. Finding good clean dirt was a little difficult so I recommend coming up with some sort of sieving system to remove chunks and get a nice consistency. I used some wire mesh stretched over a picture frame (previously used for paper-making). Good luck and post pics!
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