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1  First time with polymer clay in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by secondstar on: April 21, 2008 11:03:44 AM

These are my first ever attempts with sculpty. I had some lying around from a past attempt and fail, so I had to paint it when I was done. I'm not sure if I'm 100% ok with it and I'd love to hear what ya'll think.
I'm obsessed with all things fortune cookie/cupcake- so these were fun for me. The octopus was just a random tute I thought was cute. I need to fix his eyes though.
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2  dadada I'm just a love machine in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by secondstar on: December 12, 2007 04:37:54 PM
Introducing-- my robots. Smiley
These are my first ever "toys" and I'm quite proud of myself. The hands have magnets in them so you can attach them to things, or each other.
They like to hold hands.

and my kitty loves them too! never mind the look on her face.
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3  trying my hand with jewellery in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by secondstar on: November 26, 2007 09:53:22 PM

I can't decide how I feel about this as a whole...The stone inside (a rather large chunk of Rose Quartz) has sentimental value to it, and I knew how I wanted it to look, but this seems to be as close as I could get. I'm somewhat disappointed at the final outcome, I had it planned as a gift for someone. The only person who's opinion I've gotten so far is my mom's and she doesn't have it in her to tell me if she really thinks it's horrid or not. haha. I'd love any and all feedback that I can get
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4  Does this look convincing? in Halloween Costumes by secondstar on: October 21, 2007 07:22:04 PM
My nephew has decided that he wants to be a zombie skateboarder with killer road-rash for Halloween. I've never used liquid latex or anything like it before and decided tonight was a good night to practice, so, does this look convincing?

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5  Re: Pumpkins! Please share your Jack O Lanterns in Halloween Decor and Parties by secondstar on: October 09, 2007 09:01:08 PM
We did ours last night, and it was a first for my best friend.

She chose mumble from happy feet

My boy is a MAJOR Simpsons fan...

And my sugar skull
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6  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by secondstar on: July 29, 2007 09:53:31 PM
I attempted to compile all of my tattoos onto one file and upload it, but it didn't work as planned...these aren't all of mine, i have my other side done, behind my other ear, and the inside of my bottom lip, but it isn't the most friendly 4 letter word, so I opted to leave that picture out. And please, excuse the random boob shots in two of them. Smiley

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7  Re: My first successful piece of clothing in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by secondstar on: July 06, 2007 10:22:36 PM
Okay, Tenille, sorry this took me so long. I was gone out of town. But here's what I did...

1. $1 a yard fabric from wal mart

2.cut large square and follow steps for a basic circle skirt.. I left mine square because I liked the uneven edges. My square unfolded was roughly 60in x 60in

3. Cut, sew, and attach waistband

4. relax

5. (I forgot a picture of this part) Cut two rectangles large enough to fit around your upper body and sew them together. I kinda ruched mine as I went to hide my back fat...

6. Cut your arm holes where you'll want them. I used a tank top and measured out where and how large I wanted the space from the top of the tube.

7. Fold over top edges on either side of tube and hem. Make sure you leave space to run the ribbon or cord thru that you plan to use to tie the dress closed.

8. Insert ribbon, etc into newly sewed tubes/tracks along top and tie over one shoulder

9. Run around the yard like a little kid

This is the first time I've ever tried to explain myself. So let me know if anything is unclear.

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8  My first successful piece of clothing in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by secondstar on: July 02, 2007 12:32:40 AM
I've done plenty of recons, but I've never made anything from scratch that turned out successful. I'm very proud of myself but at the same time a little apprehensive as to if it's as good as I seem to think it is.

I made it in hopes of wearing it to my friend's military graduation next weekend. The waist band is a little wonky, but you can't notice it unless it's pulled straight. And I can't decide if I like the neckline or if I want to make it boat neck.

excuse the messy room...and the pink bra
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9  Re: painted giraffe shoes! in Get Product and Website Opinions by secondstar on: June 21, 2007 12:24:32 AM
I, personally, would totally rock these out, and all my friends are having babies, so I'd make sure their kids rocked them out too! I agree with the $20-25 range. I think hippos would be cool, like the ballerina one from fantasia. or like, a kitty on one side with a paw extended and a ball of yarn on the other. OR these penguins would rock my face

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10  tinkerbell and sugar skulls in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by secondstar on: June 20, 2007 07:03:53 PM
So as a cosmetology student, I'm surrounded by a bunch of women always trying to outdo the other....but no one there can out do this!

totally reversible and lined with light weight plastic/vinal stuff.

and please ignore my face, i was caught off-guard

the Tinkerbell side has 6 pockets total and the other side has three, two big and one little. the neck is also adjustable.
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