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181  SpiderHexagonChooker in Beads: Completed Projects by mynta on: June 01, 2005 12:20:36 PM

What would possible be better than a pantacle? A hexagon of course!!!! Or seven of them... Grin And a spider goes so well whit the image, just to add a little self-distance to the chooker. In the the back of the neck...

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182  Very, very, very fancy Barbiebed out of a simple shoebox in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by mynta on: May 30, 2005 12:18:39 PM

I had one  myself, when I was a kid, twenty or hundred Tongue years ago. Of course I made one for my own daughter! Grin

I simlpy took a ordinary shoebobox, cut the mainpart in a (for fashiondollz) comfort height, turned it up-side-down and add ruffles and stuff. For the roof I used four sticks and then I add the top of the shoebox. I padded it an covered it whit fabrics as shown.
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183  Re: my first attempt at polymer clay beads... in Beads: Completed Projects by mynta on: May 24, 2005 01:33:53 PM
I really love your joyfull and happy beads. Just the sight of them make put me in a really good humour.
The heartbeads and the round ones whit flowers on are favorites... Grin

A few links with canes and related polymertutes... Enjoy!


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184  Bagdekoration whit tutorialink! in Beads: Completed Projects by mynta on: May 21, 2005 01:49:07 PM
I bought a new bag for myself. It was kind OK, but it wasnt really me... But it was easy fixed!

 I fond this tutorial in about.com, how to made sweet Dorrie the little whitch, in seadbeds:
and i added a pentacle in golden seedbeads, made from a tutorial of Anne Checker
 a bit whirled silverwire, some semi-manufactured silverchain and a heartbead.

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185  A little victorian, very romantic heartjewelries -whit tutorialink! in Beads: Completed Projects by mynta on: May 21, 2005 01:34:49 PM
I just love to potter at the beads. One day I felt very romantic and made myself this very loving jewelery-set. I dont have a clue when I suppose to wear it (they allways forget to invite me to the nobel-prize-party... Wink ) but it was really fun to make!
All in glass-beads and copperwire.

I starded whit the ring, following this discription
from the gifted woman of Beeding Bees.

Once Ive got the feeling of the tecnique, i made a bracelet and after that a pendant on a simple loopbeadchain. Then I just had to complite it with earings. I made them very simple becuse the rest of the set was a bit extravagance...
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186  Finally I learned byzantine chainmaille... Weeeeeeee! Whit tutorialink in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mynta on: May 21, 2005 01:15:12 PM
My very first creation of the fameuos Kingschain, Stenebylink, Byzantine: *ta-daaaaaa*

Not very fancy, but i just love the pattern in its self, so I am very happy how it turned out.
I used blacken swedish steelwire and made jumprings from...

To find the tutorial, go here:
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187  Re: remember to eat your fruits and veggies! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mynta on: May 20, 2005 10:31:39 PM
Thank you. I snatchet the wild strawberry-idea from some japanese site. Unfortunully I cant find it again. Gnnn... It was this girl who had made the sweetest earings for her self and then put them up in her gallery. They were sooo cute and months after I finelly took time to make the pearl-berries by my self.

About wirework. Im a bit obcest with wire, so i have small pieces of it in the most unexpected craftitems... Cheesy Even in claywork, for example.

 The hearty hook and claspthingie tend to show up in all pieces of work with "lovely" theme, if you get my drift. Cheesy Please take a closer look: Grin

I dont lies flat, but I think(hope) it give a quite good picture of the design anyway.
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188  Re: Polymer Clay Gargoyle in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mynta on: May 20, 2005 12:45:04 PM
I really like your Gargoyle. Soo cute, soo adorable! Did you named him, before giving him away..? Wink

I have make two little lovelings by myself, from the tute on Sculpey. But instead of polymer clay, I used home-made saltclay. That gave the gargoyles a more rough look and it was very exiting of the making, becuse you do not have full controll of the results. Saltclay tend to live its own life in the owen. Cheesy

Anyway, let me proudly introduce




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189  Re: remember to eat your fruits and veggies! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by mynta on: May 19, 2005 11:06:23 PM
Thank you!  Smiley You are too kind...

Back to topic again:

It is something specail whit fruit-theme jewelries, isnt? I made those strawberry-teamed ones, earlier this spring.
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190  Re: Fairy Swap?? in New Swap Theme Ideas by mynta on: May 19, 2005 10:46:00 PM
Oh, noooo!! Cry Lips sealed This is painful! I wanna join the swap so badley: fairycraft is one of my specialities! Look!

 But I cant, I am way too far to be "old" enough before last sign-in. *sob* Anyway, ill will follow your swap, guys. Smiley It will be so much fun to see what you will create for eachother. Grin
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