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AD: New eBay Items, great deals just listed! by Kathie Nightingale
Hello Everyone, Please take a look at my auctions when you get a chance, great prices on some great stuff! Kathie http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZnygraves9QQhtZ-1QQfrppZ200QQfsopZ1QQfsooZ1QQrdZ0?
July 5th 06 01:13 AM
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July 3rd 06 06:47 PM
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How to spend your Independence Day? by embroidery
hi friends, The independence day will coming, what activity are you? Are you going to have a fun? We sincerely hope everyone have nice independence day. May www.digitizinggroup.com
June 29th 06 09:10 PM
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new here by Marti C.
I like to work with polymer clay and I am enjoying this site. Thanks, Marti C.
June 29th 06 02:46 PM
by Barbara Forbes-Lyons Go to last post
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Pricing your wares by Emmett
I think of myself as a dedicated hobbyist, I love sculpting and art gives me back more than I put in. I first started working with glass, mirror and polymer clay in an ideal setting, living and working in a theatre production in the Smoky Mountains. My days were free to scout for glass pieces and...
June 27th 06 09:16 AM
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Bead & Button Show - Ongoing Report by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
Having a great time at the show - met lots of folks, although I missed some folks yesterday as I was late getting out of class. I've been hanging out with JanG, chatted with Beki a bit and am still trying to hook up with Patti. My classes so far have been great and I have one more on Sunday...
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June 26th 06 11:43 PM
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Roses are Red by D Curtis
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/lunamom44/detail?.dir=/5a1a&.dnm=d018.jpg Roses are one of my favorite things to make from polyclay, and I love ornaments with roses, so this was a serendipitous project which I created to honor the marriage of two new, already dear friends. It is almost done, the only...
June 26th 06 04:20 AM
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Nice to see... by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
All the recent activity on this group - hope we can keep up the momentum! -- Barbara http://www.penguintrax.com and http://www.backseatgrammarian.com There is a very fine line between a hobby and mental illness. (Dave Barry) Need quality, inexpensive web hosting with site builder and 50 apps?...
June 25th 06 02:07 AM
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Older Polymer Clay by Always something new
I am fairly new to Polymer clay, and I have a question about older clay. Are there brands that are easier to recondition than others? I don't want to get in too deep with something I might not be able to use, but I found several auctions for older clay on eBay, which seems like a good place to...
June 22nd 06 08:15 PM
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Make your artwork into great polymer stamps FREE Illustrated instructions by garysat
Make your artwork into fantastic art stamps, no expensive equipment to purchase. From artwork to stamp in about 20 minutes for about $1.00. Complete illustrated instructions, supplies required and supply sources. Point your browser to or click on: http://www.stamps4u.com Enjoy.
June 20th 06 08:36 PM
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Pasta Machines by TheDormouse
I was wondering if anyone had any experience with Makins' new pasta machine. My Trattorina got smushed during a recent move (ouch), and I can't afford to get a new one, so I'm trying to decide whether to get an Atlas 180 or the new toy in town. Since Makins' pasta machine was made specifically for...
June 19th 06 03:15 AM
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AD: Our Glass Beads: Made in Italy - With An American Twist! Florence, Italy by Lily&Tim
Hello, and welcome to www.BeadedLily.com Our physical store has been in existence in Florence, Italy for a while now but we'd like to announce the opening of our full-service E-commerce online store. Lily is an experienced jewelry designer of some 25 years with a number of bead stores under her...
June 17th 06 06:30 AM
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Faux Jade Show & Tell by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
I made some face cabs, a pendant and some other cabochons for future projects. These are fresh out of the oven, not even sanded and buffed. Click the link to see more and enjoy! http://www.penguintrax.com/gallery/v/Latest-Work -- Barbara http://www.penguintrax.com and...
June 17th 06 04:19 AM
by Barbara Forbes-Lyons Go to last post
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Polytools by TheDormouse
I've been out of the clay scene for a while, and I'm wanting to get back into things. I've seen all the clay tools by Polytools and I'm wanting to know which are the most useful/can't live-without-them. Anyone who has worked with them and has positive or negative comments, please let me...
June 16th 06 06:33 PM
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Futuristic Armor by Achbar Ibn Ali
I am making a Futuristic set of armor. has any one on this list ever used polymer clay for this sort of thing? Do you know of any fan clubs that do this for fun? Achbar
June 13th 06 09:41 PM
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Ravensdale! by [email protected]
It's been such a long time since I poked in here. Life kinda took over, but I'm baa--ack!. (Some of you may know me from other venues.) Anyhoo, I'm wondering how many of you are planning on coming out to Washington for Ravensdale this Summer? I'm really looking forward to getting together...
June 13th 06 09:28 PM
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Polymer Clay Eye Candy by Barbara Forbes-Lyons
http://www.justbeads.com/listings/details/index.cfm?itemnum=833268788 http://www.rubarbdesertdesigns.com/purchasebeads.html http://snipurl.com/rkof Just taking a break from editing and wanted to share. Back to work!
June 13th 06 06:16 AM
by Christina Peterson Go to last post
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Polymer Clay gifts by [email protected]
Polymer Clay gifts http://www.smilingarmadillo.com
June 10th 06 03:14 PM
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AD: Canes for sale by Cheryl's Art by [email protected]
I have 19 canes for sale! Here's where you can see them: http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4128310&a=32170730&f= Each one weighs around one ounce and they are 4.00 each. Shipping starts at 2.00. Contact me privately if interested. First come first served. Thanks! Cheryl
June 7th 06 04:05 PM
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2 questions by mermaidscove_com
You might want to try a "bead roller", they are plastic doohickeys you use to roll a bead shape, they come with holes that you use to guide a pin through, since it is still in the shaped bead trough it doesn't distort. They make a few different shape beads. I am using canes but only abstract...
June 7th 06 03:29 AM
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