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25-09-2007
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oh, never mind.
i just read your last post.
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25-10-2007
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Natashaaa: thank you so much for sharing! Those are beautiful! I'd definitely buy them if I saw them in a store.

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Thanks!

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i like them too

are they very sturdy, natashaa?
you mentioned you use fimo-- i heard that's one of the strongest polymer clays
i have SuperSculpey. i made a carrot pin once for my friend in Finland, with a nose, and the nose broke as it went through the mail

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Thank you, gius.
Yes,fimo is very strong and it can't be broken easily.
And it come in a lot of really nice colors..The only problem is it's expensive. :/

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^very cute

but hey! What is that fabric behind it...
It looks handwoven !

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thanks.
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...it's just my pillow

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thanks.
i'm not sure
...it's just my pillow
oh i see :p
looks interesting

what are the thick lines... is it a cord?
just curious

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here are some pieces i complete this week. not completely fabric based as my other works....i decided to peruse all of these old,unworn and broken clasped chains & trinkets i found in my grandmother's jewellery box. i actually am calling them 'embedded trinkets'. all composed with my usual one-offness and safety-pin holder.

i wish i could find some antique safety pins to use in my works rather than newer ones. its not that i'm not satisfied with the usage of these as is,but the old ones could certainly give an overall aesthetical feel to my work.

i pinned these all to my mood board as i had nowhere to put them for the moment. one certainly gets a nice feel against the edward gorey illustrations i got on there as well. intentional it was,indeed
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very lovely, Scott ^
delicate and precious
I reckon that print of the rose alongside the metal are a perfect match!

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^many thanks gius!

i want to do more than this(i will be scouring,indefinitely) so i expect a bigger range.

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Online UK or London store selling chains, feathers etc to make jewellery???
Just wondering if anyone knew of a store that sold chains to make an Erin Wasson ish headband to go with a dress i've bought for a ball?? A bit like beads world in the US but where i can get them sent for next wednesday, i have tried googling chains london etc but have come up with nothing.

ANY IDEAS????

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Just wondering if anyone knew of a store that sold chains to make an Erin Wasson ish headband to go with a dress i've bought for a ball?? A bit like beads world in the US but where i can get them sent for next wednesday, i have tried googling chains london etc but have come up with nothing.

ANY IDEAS????
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