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21  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: felt + scrapbooking thingies = cupcake on: March 17, 2006 07:32:41 PM
can i eat it?

no.... i've tried.
sadly.



to both of you: thanks for the praise Roll Eyes
22  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Harry Potter Magnets - don't look if you are WEBMYCURY! on: March 16, 2006 11:09:50 PM
okay..
just in my opinion........


i would've used sculpey instead of felt....
if you don't know about sculpey....... welcome to the wonderful world of it!!... it's a clayish material.... no... it's clay. but it can be baked in your oven and it hardens in there instead of being in a kiln.

if you use sculpey, they wont be as flimsy. also, i bet you could just print that stuff out on regular paper and then mod podge the images right onto the (pre baked) sculpey..


i made magnets for a christmas gift with sculpey.... i just need to find a good enough adhesive to hold the 2 "slick" (more like "flat") surfaces together. i used hot glue ........ and... well... haha... that's basically it. so i wasn't too adventurous in my adhesive quest. they held but i also used a crud load of it. not so pretty on the eyes. yet, functional.



i hope that helps a little.
23  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / felt + scrapbooking thingies = cupcake on: March 16, 2006 02:20:38 PM
i was in desperate need of a pin cushion and i didn't want that "tomato" looking one that fabric/craft stores have so i decided to make my own "cute" one.
this is actually before i stuffed it....

i still had some sewing to do...
but it's done now (now that im too lazy to take a picture)...!



(sorry for the shiney)
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