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51  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Discussion and Questions / Candle holder?? on: March 25, 2009 02:12:11 PM
I have some really great ideads to make a candle holder, but my question is if it is safe? It there a seal that will make it safe?

Thanks guys Grin
52  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Completed Projects / 1st Charm Braclet on: February 26, 2009 08:49:07 PM
Hey guys. I am just starting to make things with Fimo and I made my first charm braclet for my mother's bday yesterday so I thought I would share since I'm always looking at everyone elses cute crafts!

The braclet is a joke gift. A few of my mother's favourtie things; Milk, Tv & Ginger Ale. Unfortunately my printer sucks so the Ginger Ale logo was already blurry when I printed it, but the gloss just made it that much worse. Still turned out better than I had hoped being it was my first attempt!

Please don't my bf who is modelling the braclet...after just returning home from work, hah!

And this is as close to the charms I could get without the picture turing out all white from the blinding flash!
53  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Polymer Clay: Discussion and Questions / To use fimo or to not use fimo? on: January 30, 2009 03:35:00 PM
Well....that is my question! lol

I want to make little sculptures bout 8-10 inches tall. They will be fat...so I imagine using a ton of clay. Should I use the fimo I am currently using? If not, what may be best? Or would making a skeleton be best, and then covered it in the fimo?

Thanks Grin
54  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / I'm new at sewing!! Pity me ... on: January 24, 2009 01:23:40 PM
Okay, so I've always WISHED I was great at sewing and used my machine for all sorts of projects that kept me busy. Unfortunately this is not the case. I've had my machine for many years and it has not been put to much use, other than the odd clothing repair. However, I have decided to make my friend, who is expecting, a baby blanket. I just just going to turn it inside out and do a basic stitch (can you tell how new I am, hah). The blanket is 20' x20'. Is there anything I should know, any tips, tricks that may may it easier?

I am also hoping to make myself a few throw pillow while I've got the machine out. I've goggled it several times and it seems to be pretty simple, sew and add stuffing. Again, any tip or tricks that might be helpful to me?

Thanks guys, I appreciate it!
55  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Throw pillow help/suggestions on: January 23, 2009 02:31:33 PM
Hey. I am new (Hello!) and I really hope I am posting in the right spot.  newbie can get lost in all these glorious crafts! Anyhow, I have a simple question, when compared to all the neat things everyone is doing, but I've got to start somewhere, right? So, I'm not the worlds best sewer, but I do it anyhow. I recently picked up a great fabric that I would like to turn into a throw pillow. I intend to just turn it inside out and sew away before stuffing the pillow. Seems easy enough. So before doing so I just wanted to ask for any advice/tips that you may give me to make a great pillow! Thanks Grin
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