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1  Re: Tiny Pizzas :) in CHALLENGE 90 ENTRIES by Petrify on: September 09, 2013 12:49:56 PM
Just to prove how small they are...

And these are ones I finished this evening!! And yes, that egg on the florentine is super cute!!

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2  Tiny Pizzas :) in CHALLENGE 90 ENTRIES by Petrify on: September 09, 2013 12:47:07 PM
I hope this is alright!!

I made mini pizzas, lots recently, to incorporate into my jewellery. These are the size of a ten pence piece, about 2cm x 2cm. This one was eventually used in a necklace. Others in rings....

This is a four seasons pizza Smiley

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3  Dark roses bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Petrify on: January 10, 2013 08:03:32 AM
I finished making this today!! Its one of the best things I have made-I think! Smiley

Its made with polymer clay roses and leaves which are all coated in various layers of gloss. The chain is a thicker heavier one and the whole thing is accented by shiny grey beads. What do you think?

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4  Autumny necklace in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Petrify on: January 05, 2013 10:25:31 AM
This necklace started off as a test of wire techniques and a gothy look and ended up being a gorgeous piece with an autumn feel Smiley The roses are three colours, red, black and mauve and made by hand. There are two colours of wire black and red. The clasp and the chain are hand made by me.

I plan to make more like this in this style anyway but in different colours as I don't have any matching beads for these colours any more. I might play around with different flowers or bigger roses etc. What do you guys think?

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5  A Clay Ratty Pendant in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Petrify on: December 13, 2012 06:50:17 AM
Hello everyone!

Here is a rat pendant made from polymer clay, finished with gloss and tiny diamante shinies, with a hand made blue jump ring on a black cord.

Its for a friend and the rat featured was one of hers. I actually got the idea of doing this from another very crafty and talented friend.

What do you think? I have been working with clay for the last 5 months on and off, making some bits and pieces that I sell but alot more for friends and family. There are a lot of different techniques to learn, and I am in no way a pro!! Hope you like it!!
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6  My rat bag :) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by Petrify on: March 31, 2011 11:55:17 AM
Hi all,

I got bored of my bag...and it needs a wash, so I made this Smiley Its a simple tote and the design was drawn by me using fabric paint.

Its the first bag I have made that I actually liked! Its made from a strong weave material for the outer (not sure on the blend, it was a remnant but feels like a poly/cotton mix) and cotton lining. The fabric paint is one you paint on, allow to dry and then seal by ironing it. There is no fastening.

Hope you all like it Smiley
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7  Re: My spring/summer "Enchanted" interpretation in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Petrify on: March 31, 2011 09:41:24 AM
Wow, such wonderful comment! Thank you all so much!

I do have some close ups of it, though I'm no photographer so they aren't great ones!

This is of the fabric.

Honestly couldn't find anything like the actual material that she wears. Disney must've gone all out when they made that dress and gotten something exclusive!

This is the pink flower detail:

The pretty white edge to the petticoat, it was apart of the material so I incorporated it to make it a bit daintier.

And the bow:

I didn't do the bow fixed so that my friend can adjust it if she wants, as it also can pull in the sides of the dress further should she need and pronounce the waist more.

I'm really happy you all like it, I've been a lurker on here for over a year now and I was terrified of posting because everything on this site looks amazing! So thank you all! Smiley

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8  My spring/summer "Enchanted" interpretation in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Petrify on: March 31, 2011 07:50:24 AM
Hi all,

This is my first topic so be gentle Smiley

I've been working on this dress for the past 3 months on and off. Its tailored for a friend as I'm not really the type to wear dresses, but she likes dresses and I like making them

Anyway, this dress is inspired by the Enchanted dress, the one she wears in the "How does she know" sequence (google Enchanted green dress and you'll find it  ) I have been pretty faithful to the original dress, except for ruffled sleeves and the length as we wanted it to be something she could wear rather than just dress up in. So its not a costume, but a nice spring/summer outfit Smiley

Well, here it is   Cheesy Cheesy

The dress is made of a poly cotton mix, the under skirt and lining is just cotton. The detail on the bodice is faithful to the original as is the ribbon. The dress has a 22" concealed zip on the back. Its taken me the best part of 30 hours to complete, along with fittings with my friend. I cant tell you how pleased I was when I had fitted the zip and she tried it on and it fitted   

I'd love your comments on it  Grin
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