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1  First food miniature what do you think in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by EarthRewound on: January 10, 2012 04:46:24 PM
Hey everyone so I got some polymer clay and have been going crazy I made these items miniature chocolates and box and cherry filled angle food cake with whipped topping I used very thick acrylic paint for the topping I would really like opinions as this is the first time I have ever made "food".
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2  Would like opnions please! Hand made paper tags in Crafty Business Discussion by EarthRewound on: November 15, 2011 03:57:11 PM
Evening everyone!

So Today I needed to make tags for personal business. And I have never done this before. I tried to stick to popping yet earth colors I do only earth friendly items. Can I have some tips on decorating or how they look ?  I did not want them too flashy. On the back i just hand wrote my site and name. ( mods I am not trying to promote my site in any way with this post. I genuinely hope to get opinions and tips.)

Cheers everyone Happy Crafting.

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ETA These are recycled hand made paper and hand painted.

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3  Recycled Paper and items become a book and pencil. in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by EarthRewound on: November 14, 2011 01:46:23 PM
I had a load of fun making this charm necklace.

I decided to get super industrious and custom make my own "needle" To fit the Super thin Plastic coated wire into the binding of the book.
I made it by cutting a piece of stainless steel wire on an angle, Then creating an eye loop on the end.  I needed a longer needle and voila!

The pencil is hand carved from a miniature normal sized pencil then to sit in as the "copper top" it is stainless steel wire. Hook looped onto a thin wire strand that sits inside the binding. The wire strand moves up and down so when wearing the necklace the pencil is snug at the base but when you need to jot something down, It slides down about two inches.
Placed it on a hand made leather strap.The paper is pre purchased recycled paper.

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4  Earrings Upcycle in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by EarthRewound on: November 14, 2011 10:59:53 AM
I gather all my stones my self and hand polish them then i find bits and create items...

I had so much fun making these I thought I would share them. New to this site and liking what I see so far.

This was one of my first wire wrap jobs.
I am really happy with how it came out.

Remember there is no try, Only do
Live Laugh Love Recycle
Making the Earth a greener place one item at a time.
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