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1  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Fancy crochet mermaid on: January 01, 2017 08:46:14 PM

I made this for a friend's daughter who is 3 and obsessed with frozen. Her mom desperately wants her to like something else so for her birthday I got her the little mermaid and made her this doll for Christmas. She was supposed to have red hair but I couldn't find any red 12inch weft in time and I wanted her to have styleable hair so she got blonde, which is good because the little girl is also blonde. I needle felted the eyes free hand (they turned out a little crooked but I don't think she will care lol) and needle felted the top. I'm pretty happy with how she turned out! It was only my second time needle felting eyes. I can't wait to make one for my own daughter! I used the Laylala mici mermaid pattern.
2  POTTERY, CERAMICS, POLYMER CLAY / Pottery, Ceramics, etc: Discussion and Questions / Best thing to make a mold for sculpy clay? on: November 28, 2015 01:46:27 PM
So I want to make a 3d mold of some people teeth I have since they are incredibly hard to come by and I really want a giant jar of teeth. I've looked at a few mold making kits and how to make caulking silicone molds but I'm not sure which would be best or if either is best. The sculpy mold kits say for one sided molds so I could make each half and glue together but I'm scared I wouldn't be able to sand down if any extras squish out.
Also what paint is best for sculpy? I rarely use it in crafts so this is a whole new world for me.

Sorry if all these questions have been repeated a thousand times, I did search but got frustrated. Feel free to link me to a post if you can.
3  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Re: So I learned to Needle Felt Yesterday... on: February 20, 2015 11:50:22 AM
The pictures make her look orange but she's actially blonde lol I bought the roving to make dirty blonde dread locks with but I had to cut my hair to short to put them in. I want to dye her red so she'll be a pacific octopus lol
4  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Re: So I learned to Needle Felt Yesterday... on: February 18, 2015 08:50:06 AM
Thank you all! I can't wait to get more roving and practice more! Any ideas on dyeing her red even though she's finished?
5  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / Re: So I learned to Needle Felt Yesterday... on: February 17, 2015 07:09:43 PM
Thank you!!
6  FIBER ARTS / Felting: Completed Projects / So I learned to Needle Felt Yesterday... on: February 17, 2015 03:38:20 PM
Yesterday we had a snow day and after messing up three rows I went on a crochet hiatus. I had bought some tan and brown wool roving intending to make dreadlocks for myself but never got around to it and after seeing a needle felted squid knitting a squid on pintrest I decided it was time to give sculpting a try! I was so in love with the squid, but I've been on an octopus kick lately so Olivia the octopus crocheting octopus was born! This is my first needle sculpting project ever. Her little crochet hook was made from a tooth pick and I mrico crocheted her tiny pink octopus with embroidery floss. I ended up running out of roving so I wired her tentacles for lack of having any more to keep their shapes. Im so proud of her! But I would like to dye her red. I couldn't find anything about dyeing already made and felted projects so if anyone has done so please let me know how to! Anywho, here she be!

7  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Re: Coyote skull folk art doll on: October 05, 2014 06:06:08 PM
If they still have "stuff" on them I put them on a pickle Bucket of water and let it rot off for a few weeks or however long it takes. Then rinse them off, dunk the in a mix of a cape full of bleach mixed with about 4 cups of water to for a few minutes and then let th dry and glue back any teeth that fell out or the like. It's pretty easy, just sometimes takes a while.
8  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects / Coyote skull folk art doll on: September 29, 2014 06:09:12 PM
It's been such a long time since I've posted anything! Lately I've put crocheting aside and concentrated on doll making.
This rad lil guy's head is a real coyote skull a taxidermist friend gave me. I wired the skull on through the hole in the back (where the brain stem connects to the spine) and made him a wire spine for poseability  and added strength. His cloacal was made from a shiny red shirt I found at a thrift store. I'm pretty proud of him Smiley and I have quite a few dolls planned since after I finished him he had such personality it was kinda like giving life to a lost soul....so my hunt for poor road killed animals that would be long forgotten began this summer, so  expect some more neat dollies my friends Wink


9  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / New Swap Theme Ideas / Re: Under the sea art doll/creature on: June 15, 2014 06:51:36 PM
Let's do it!
10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Painting faux leather/pvc leggings on: May 12, 2014 04:08:35 PM
I have a pair of faux leather/pvc stretchy type leggings that I want to paint a design on in white (they are black) has anyone done this? I've been searching and the best suggested paint I can find is rustolium vinyl and leather fabric paint. Will it crack or scratch off? Also I'd really like actual paint brush paint since my design is detailed
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