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Some little things...

Posted by wackyweeder (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 14, 11 at 20:03

These are ATCs or Artist trading cards. 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches. I did them on a little wood base. It is fun to work so small. These are for a group xchange on Facebook.

These are magnets-2 inches square, making them as a thank you gift for a photographer friend and these are actually inspired by her photos. Not grouted yet. Enjoy!

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RE: Some little things...

Oh my, WACKY - don't know how you work soooooo small. They are all darlin', especially the heart/half cup. Since the substrate is so small, is that a demitasse cup?

RE: Some little things...

Adoreable! It reminds me of the mini frypan I did for a long ago frypan challenge, what fun! I think I like the cup one best,Wacky, cuz it is 3d-ish!

RE: Some little things...

The cup is a mini souvenir cup, they came with little saucers that had state names on them. I got a whole bagful of them at the thrift store because I knew I would have great fun with them.
Its kind of fun doing little things like this because I can sit down with a little tray and a jar of scraps and do a project in one sitting. Ive always loved miniatures.

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