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cute pendant project

Posted by ArtsyCraftsy (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 15, 02 at 23:03

for you poly clay lovers. Check out her faux stuff, too. Very nice work!

Here is a link that might be useful: pendant project


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Nice projects......have you made the pendant yet? LOL


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No, I just found it like 5 minutes before I posted it, lol! And I posted it for you so you would have something new to read here, girl!!


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hahaha.......you are such a go-getter.....figured you had "jumped" on that project. Besides 5 minutes is enough for you to get supplies together and make one.


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What am I doing wrong? Every time I go to that page, it quickly disappears before it's finished loading and this one replaces it: http://www.geocities.com/teddybelle/ancient_artifacts.html
....Okay.... got there by hitting the (BACK) button on the ancient_artifacts page.
Reminds me of the rock purses. There's that word again..."rag paper". I don't think I have anything like that on hand. Know any substitutes?


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Lia- that's odd-it loads right up for me on 2 different 'puters. Any watercolor paper or even index stock ought to work in lieu of rag paper.


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webpage prob

Got it figured out --the jumping webpage, that is! I was hitting the "Next" button on her page while trying to pop that Geocities ad! LOL!

Did you look at that artists other clay work? Wow!


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