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1  Flower Pot Birdhouse, hypertufa birdbath in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by Anna D. on: June 28, 2007 01:34:07 PM

I used a terra cotta pot and enlarged the hole. It looks like I chewed it myself, but I used a dremel tool. Then I glued the pot to a board with Gorilla Glue. I painted a floral design, and thought it looked dull so then I outlined it with Sharpie...I like this look much better!

This is a birdbath I made with hypertufa....I filled an oil drip pan with hypertufa and then pressed in a plate that I got at the Dollar Tree...the plate has a very earthy look...perfect for this project. Then I pressed pebbles around the rim.
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2  Gazing Ball, sand cast leaf and Hypertufa Mushrooms in Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Completed Projects by Anna D. on: June 25, 2007 02:34:55 PM
I've discovered a passion for garden art recently and I've been busy making stuff...

This globe is with iridescent green "blobs"

This is with the larger sized clear iridescent "blobs"

A sand cast Castor Bean leaf

Lotsa hypertufa mushrooms!

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3  Lampworked beads.....looks like I need a vacation!!!!! in Glass Crafts: Completed Projects by Anna D. on: November 25, 2005 06:14:00 PM
These are my latest lampworked beads......



I had such a great time making them...it is like painting!
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4  Look at the amazing pendant my friend made!!!! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Anna D. on: November 25, 2005 06:02:50 PM

She is so talented!  I am always impressed with her work!!!! Smiley
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5  Leopard Print Diva Bracelet in Beads: Completed Projects by Anna D. on: October 13, 2005 12:40:07 PM

I just started lampworking in August (I love it)...this is one of my first "completed" projects...I have many many beads I have yet to put into jewelry.....

I used lampworked beads...garnet druk beads, and smokey topaz fire polished czech beads and jet fire polished czech beads...
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6  Re: Bleach Pen "Courage" Shirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Anna D. on: October 13, 2005 12:34:11 PM
I REALLY appreciate your posting this! My son wants to be a "rockstar" for Halloween...I wanted to find a good shirt that did NOT look cheesy! This was perfect! Here is our finished work of art!

Many Thanks!
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7  Re: Glass Marble Magnets in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Anna D. on: April 11, 2005 06:01:54 PM
Hi everyone,

Here are the magnets i made. I love the simpsons so i cut out some sipsons pictures and made magnets out of those.

I did have a few questions though. I used E6000 glue to paste the pictures as well. Someone suggested clear nailpolish for the pics but when i tried that, the nailpolish dried so quickly that it did not help to stick the pic. so I decided to use e6000 for pics as well as the magnets
However, this glue is not very easy to work with in that, it's not snooth and spreadable. Anyone can suggest a more spredable glue for the pics. E 6000 was fine for the magnets..dries very fast.

My pics are not too clear here..but hope you get an idea..any feedback, comments, suggestions!!

Hey they are cute! Smiley

I used Mod Podge to stick the pictures on and seal them and then the E6000 to glue on the magnet.  When I have glued with the E6000 I use a toothpick to spread the glue. The Mod Podge is easier to use and clean up after....and weirdly enough...it smells kind of good. Grin I also bought the 1/2 inch size punch....I am so glad I did! What a difference!

Here are some more....the one with gold is with Japanese washi paper...this clown fish ( which is kind of upside down) and rose are from scrapbook paper, and the geisha is from... Grin The Geisha on a label from Geisha canned mushrooms....she kind of just worked with the washi paper so I punched out the label.

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8  Re: Scherenschnitte Projects in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Anna D. on: April 08, 2005 03:46:29 PM
Hi there!
I got my scissors from a sewing store...they have very tiny blades and points.  I used a 40 % coupon when I got them but I think they  were about $8 with the coupon.

This what they look like:

I have seen some of Hans Christian Andersen's cuttings...they are beautiful! I have used black card stock too...the other paper is easy to cut on and get a lot of detail, but I have also used parchment and have done designs in white paper.  I would love to get some patterns from you if it wouldn't be too much trouble. Smiley I have some books with patterns too...we can trade. Smiley
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9  Re: come one! come all! post pics of your tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Anna D. on: April 08, 2005 11:52:05 AM
on my ankle
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10  Re: what can i make for my mom???? in Mother's Day by Anna D. on: April 08, 2005 11:26:01 AM
I made these mother bracelets as Christmas gifts for my mother and MIL.  You  use a different swarovsky crystal for each birthstone.  You can have as many of her loved ones as you want (more looks better!).  My family members were very pleased with them! Smiley

Also, I saw this on here...they used handmade paper and photo transfers. You could do a special picture of your Mom and Grandma. It would be beautiful! Smiley

I am sorry about your grandma Embarrassed.
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