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calvinlover16
« on: December 19, 2009 06:04:17 PM »

Well i think the title basicly speaks for it self. Its a jewelry holder made out of a mannequin head decompodged with scrapbook paper then topped with sparkly glaze, then spray painted white tree branches and a white painted(and covered in white tissue paper too) paper towel tube. And for the flower rings they are made out of tissue paper and scrap pieces of scrapbook paper. Sorry for the bad pictures I no longer have it or I would take better ones. Hope you like it and feel free to a leave a comment saying what you do or don't like or whatever. (it would be greatly appricated) thanks!   

** Orginally posted in the wrong section**(still neeed to delete that post, so know its here)

When It was all finished.





The head before I added glaze on it







And last the flower rings that were on it


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imaginationiskey16
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2009 06:51:15 PM »

This is unique! I love how the head looks!
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