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241  ~*~ Resin Fun ~*~ in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by littlefawnpug on: March 10, 2008 02:54:05 PM
Can I just say that this resin is sooo fun!!!  Heres my latest attempt at resin!

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242  ~My First Resin Attempt~ in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by littlefawnpug on: March 07, 2008 10:13:36 AM
Alright, being fastinated by many resin trinkets & jewelry items.  I finally sat down this week & made my very first resin trinkets!!  It was so much fun!!!  The thing that was the hardest was actually finding a store that sold easycast resin.  Which, I was told many places, but we didnt have any of those stores close by.  But, thanks to Hobby Lobby I bought some resin.  Below is my first resin trinkets.  They turned out really nice too.  not cloudy, not sticky, not bubbley either.  Yeah!!!  I just wish I could find my digital camera.  As my camera phone just isnt that clear.

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243  Bamboo wall hanging in Completed Projects by littlefawnpug on: February 25, 2008 11:47:59 AM
I Love oriental designs.  But, most oriental decorations are kinda pricey.  So, I went to the dollar store where everything is just a $1.00 and got this nifty little bamboo place mat.  Then, I used paint to paint a picture of a phoenix on it.  Let it dry and ta-da!!!  A neat and very inexpensive wall art hanging.  I really like the end result.  The way it looks & the strong meaning behind the phoenix.   

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244  Video Game Cabinets in Completed Projects by littlefawnpug on: February 25, 2008 11:40:31 AM
Alright, so I have these two cabinets/night stands with glass doors on them.  I love video games & I wanted to make them video game friendly.  So, I grabbed paints & a paint brush and went paint happy.  My finished project is below.  I love them.  I painted the picture on the inside of the door.  That way the paint wouldnt get scratched off.  And, I can still windex the outside of glass to keep it nice.  And, the best part is that if i change my mind & want to switch designs or just have it plain all it takes is a little soap & water will take the paint right off. 



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245  Video Game Clock in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by littlefawnpug on: February 24, 2008 07:03:25 AM
Well, Im addicted video games.  So heres yet another video game project I did.  I bought a cheap-o clock.  Took off the cover, the hands.  Then picked out a video game magazine clipping.  Positioned it how I wanted it.  Placed the hands & cover back on the clock and TA-DA!  I know its pretty simple, but it was my first clock redo.  I like it though! Grin
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246  Perler Bead Coaster in Beads: Completed Projects by littlefawnpug on: February 24, 2008 06:51:06 AM

Alright, here it is......my first post to crafster.  And being a huge video game fan I wanted to make something video game related.  And here is my finished product!  I made a Link decoration out of perler beads that I'm using as a coaster to put my glasses on.  I love it so much that I'm going to make a zelda & other legend of zelda characters coasters as well. Grin

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