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1  Re: Givers and Needers Round 8 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by crimsonjade on: October 14, 2010 11:50:16 PM
Just received my thank-you gift from craftaddiction:


A hand-carved stamp of my favourite dog breed (Siberian Husky)!
I don't usually use stamps so I had to dig around to see if I still had an inkpad...and judging from the result of said inkpad...looks like I might need to get a new one  Tongue

Thanks craftaddiction!
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2  Got bored one day...went earring crazy... in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by crimsonjade on: May 17, 2007 05:43:09 PM
So I got bored one day and made a bunch of these...now I don't know what to do with them...I used to be able to wear nickel plated and the like, but I've recently developed an allergic reaction to anything that isn't at least silver-plated or sterling silver so now I'm stuck with these...and I don't know what to do with them.





(These are my favourite for some reason...and I had enough to make I think three more pairs?  Or four?)



Well, that's all of them.  But what should I do with them?  The sea shell one also has another pair...Far too many earrings that I can't wear  Cry

If you're wondering what I hung them on, it's the backing of a picture frame...heh.
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3  Replacing welded leverbacks in Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions by crimsonjade on: March 06, 2007 01:41:10 PM

(sorry for the blurry pic)

So I have these really nice enamel earrings (it's not real copper...it's some cheap metal spray-painted as copper) that I can't seem to find *real* instances of (I'm allergic to fake earrings and need at least sterling silver hooks/leverbacks, etc).  So I was wondering if there's anyway I could take off the leverback already welded there (it's actually got some heavily oxidized molding on it too...eek) and replace it with a sterling silver leverback...is there a glue in place of welding that I could use?  Or would silver solder and hardware solder work?
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4  Help Please! Japanese/Asian Beaded mascots - Cellphone charms in Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions by crimsonjade on: May 09, 2006 07:24:32 PM
Okay, so I've searched "Beaded" and "mascots" and "Beaded mascots" as I don't know what else to call them, but I've been looking for English tutorials everywhere.  I'm a beginner beader, and I've books in Chinese that simply are too advanced for me, so I'm wondering if any of you know any good basics tutes in English that I can learn and build up from.  Here's an image example of what I'm talking about:

   (All images are linked to the articles.)

I really need help with these as most forums I go on...well...it seems like not a lot of English users have picked up this craft... The ones I'm talking about are mostly the 3d critters there.  Thanks in advanced ^_^"

(I especially love that husky one in particular as I love huskies, but I don't have those books...does anyone know how to sorta guage how to make it?  Thanks again.)
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