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1  sweet minarets- macro contest in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by ffancypantss on: April 23, 2008 06:40:35 PM

photograph of gingerbread house i made this winter, no photoshop or editing of any kind.
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2  Lots of new jewelry perfect for the holidays!**edit- more pics! in Beads: Completed Projects by ffancypantss on: November 22, 2007 01:10:34 PM
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!  Smiley

African opal, new jade, pineapple quartz, and chalcedony.

huge freshwater pearls i'm in love with!


matching fluorite earrings

New jade and African opal bracelet


smoky quartz, I love the color varations

just a fun little pair of earrings- sea opal glass and swarovski

zebra agate! love this

peacock and ivory pearls

this is more of a Summer-y necklace, it has mother of pearl, freshwater pearls, and cherry quartz

fun Czech glass flower beads and fw pearls
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3  lots of fun earrings! in Beads: Completed Projects by ffancypantss on: September 03, 2007 07:57:35 AM

vintage glass pearls and swarovski

mother of pearl and swarovski

freshwater pearls on handmade earwires

awesome vintage German beads on handmade earwires


Czech glass beads and cherry quartz

glass briolettes and GIANT freshwater pearls

Dyed capiz shell, freshwater pearls, and swarovski

Thanks for looking:)
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4  Re: please help me with my hair in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by ffancypantss on: March 24, 2007 07:50:16 PM
like this?

I would use a curling iron... here's a great tutorial: www.ehow.com/how_2831_curl-hair-with.html. You can buy one for under $10. have fun at your event!
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5  super cute bobby pins! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by ffancypantss on: December 02, 2006 03:51:40 PM

I need to wipe the glue debris off of them Smiley

I'm giving them to my sister because my hair is usually ALWAYS in a ponytail Smiley

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6  BUTTER BEANS! [Bath Melts] with instructions! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by ffancypantss on: October 08, 2006 12:20:23 PM
I made these this weekend... they were so easy to make, and plus the ingredients are really easy to find. These are fizzing bath melts, and I put them in a Jell-O "jellybean" mold- so they're butter beans!  The term's not original, though  Roll Eyes

I halved this recipe and got 60 beans.

-170g cocoa butter
-80 mL sweet almond oil...actually any oil would work (roughly 16 teaspoons)
-200g baking soda
-100g citric acid (i had a pretty hard time finding this, but it should be near the canning aisle of the grocery store)

melt the cocoa butter over low heat, remove when melted, and add the oil. let cool, but make sure it's still a liquid. add color and/or fragrance (a little note about fragrance- these smell really good without fragrance because of the cocoa butter, but if you decide to add fragrance, i think that a creamy smell would work best. i used eucalyptus, and they smell good, but chocolate and eucalyptus isn't the greatest combo. Tongue) Mix the baking soda and citric acid together in a separate bowl and make sure that there aren't any lumps. Once the cocoa butter has cooled, but is still liquid, add the baking soda and citric acid mixture. Spoon the mixture into molds and let them cool (pop them in the fridge if you want).

put them in a warm bath and they'll fizz and melt Smiley
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7  *fabric covered headband...how to, anyone?* in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by ffancypantss on: September 25, 2006 05:08:28 PM
i'm aware that there's a tutorial floating around here about how to make a wrap style headband... do any of you guys know how to make fabric covered headbands?

for example-

thanks so much!! Smiley
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8  **preparations for my HOME SHOW!!** in Crafty Business Discussion by ffancypantss on: September 02, 2006 11:39:14 AM
Yep, it's coming a week from TODAY! I am one busy girl!

amazonite with Swarovski ( I can't seem to get rid of the amazonite ovals!)

MY FAVORITE!! coin freshwater pearls, with gray and white f.w. pearls, as well as Swarovski. this goes with everything.

i like this one a lot, too. it has pineapple quartz, brown swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls. i like the interesting color combo.

the amazonite ovals with freshwater...

the same ones with different color pearls... Wink

just a fun little memory wire bracelet.

these sell really well, and they're easy and quick to make. i love the beads.

and of course, the popular crocheted bead stretchy bracelets.  Smiley

thanks for looking, and wish me luck on the 9th and 10th!!
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9  *czech black, aqua and clear bracelet* in Beads: Completed Projects by ffancypantss on: August 20, 2006 10:09:08 AM
I apologize for the blurry pics Sad

and here are the earrings Smiley
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10  *simple pearl and swarovski bracelet* in Beads: Completed Projects by ffancypantss on: August 20, 2006 09:44:45 AM
I had these glass pearls left over from when they were popular... you know, tied with the ribbon.

I like the color of them. They're beige-ish, white, I think my mom called them "ecru" whatever that means. Here they are with topaz and turquoise crystals.

thanks for looking Smiley
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