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LePoppet's Big Ebay Leap by Lori Greenberg
Hey Maria. They look great. I have just been inquiring about eBay stores and I think you'll find that people will look for more to add on to their auction wins when they check out. At least, that's what I've been told. Good luck, and let us know how it goes! (ready to quit your other job yet?)...
July 1st 03 04:45 AM
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AD: Just list at PCC AUctions by Tonja Lenderman
1 cane slicer and 1 variable speed buffer controlled by foot pedal . Has 2- 3" cloth wheels. http://polymerclaycentral.com/phpauction-proplus-1.1/index.php -- TTFN, Tonja http://www.tonjastreasures.com
July 3rd 03 07:42 AM
by Tonja Lenderman Go to last post
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VERY SICK ADDICTIVE RPG 1428 by Seattle Communist Extravaganza!!!!!!!!!
Gangsterz is a Browser Based multiplayer game where you take control of your own male or female Gangster, in a huge hive city. Fighting other players, working for money, gambling in the casino and collecting weapons. Hey I live like this already. I don't need to play at it in my free...
July 3rd 03 09:43 AM
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anyone home? by Deb Hayes
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July 3rd 03 06:40 PM
by Diana Curtis Go to last post
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AD: Bigger Better Scumbuster at PCC Auctions by Tonja L.
Well, at least the sanding pad is bigger and better. G Modified the carpet scrubber attachment to hold a pad twice the size of the attachment we normally use for sanding. It's up for auction at the PCC Auctions...
July 3rd 03 07:05 PM
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Joy! - Usenet SPAMMER Finally Identified!!! ----- spm6TOFfCz by Seattle Communist Extravaganza!!!!!!!!!
I wouldn't act on this. Something about it is fishy, and I wouldn't be surprised if this was from a spammer committing criminal harassment against the fellow named below. wrote in message ... Forgive me for using SPAM, but...
July 4th 03 04:15 PM
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New crafts group by onebigheartmama
Everyone welcome at this brand new group for crafts - discussions, patterns, hints, tips etc.. Come and take a peek. http://groups.msn.com/DontyoujustloveCrafts/
July 5th 03 03:04 AM
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PCC Auction Upload Bug Fixed by Stephen
If you have been experiencing problems uploading images with your auctions at the PCC Auction, we have good news. We have been in contact with the program Tech Support, and we have uploaded a revised file that seems to have fixed the problem. Not only that, it uploads the picture on the initial...
July 5th 03 02:46 PM
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dye by DianeGlassAttic
Valerie, I can't tell if you got an answer to this question or not. I've been out of town for quite a while and my newsgroup posts seem to be all screwed up. Anyway, here's what I have on the Color page of my website about...
July 5th 03 05:49 PM
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How to Start a Guild??? by DianeGlassAttic
You might also want to check these pages for more info on starting and maintaining a guild and it's activities, etc.: http://www.glassattic.com/polymer/findingpeople_cr.interest.htm (for actually starting a guild) http://www.glassattic.com/polymer/groups--guilds.htm (for everything else...
July 5th 03 06:38 PM
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I am new to this by Derek & Ashy
I can't help you much on the links question as I am away from my home pc, but I have several that are primaraly for art dolls, I will post them when I get back unless others beat me to it. There are a few good lists on yahoo groups for both ideas and for feedback on your work, and advise...
July 6th 03 03:51 AM
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First post from Newbie by Diana Curtis
Welcome to the group Pat! Im up here in WI but was born in NJ, up near NYC. Can we see any pictures of things youve done? You know us, curious to the end. Diana -- http://photos.yahoo.com/lunamom44 "P. Newman" wrote in message
July 6th 03 02:28 PM
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kaleidoscopes by Larry Rubin
Hello Clayers!!! I have about a dozen kaleidoscope kits that are currently unspoken for if anyone is interested. They are about 8 inches long with real glass front surface mirrors, real glass eye lenses (1 milky for the end), 3 brass rings for the tube ends, cardboard tubes for covering, etc. I...
July 7th 03 09:13 PM
by Varda Levram-Ellisman Go to last post
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Nifty Beads from Button Molds by Juanita Floyd
I just listed some beads I made from molds of vintage buttons. I used the Alley Goop mold making stuff and was really pleased I had a button of my Grandmother's that looked like carved ivory and I used the jade granitex clay to get something that looks like carved jade. Very fun! I have some of...
July 8th 03 09:02 PM
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fossils and faux fossils by PoRRo
Few weeks ago I bought some ammonite fossil slices from Shelley, and got to see in real life how they are inside. I had some ammonites here, but I have not seen the insides anywhere else than in the books and net. Now that I saw them, I knew I had to try to cane them. I made the cane and some beads...
July 9th 03 02:19 PM
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Polishing clay beads by DianeGlassAttic
I make small beads and it's very hard to polish them. Is there something you can do besides hand-rubbing these beads to make them look finished? Check out the info I have for one quicker way on this page ...using a Scumbuster in a shallow bowl of water with the beads (or possibly a...
July 9th 03 08:09 PM
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buffer -polisher by cynthia mason
Where can I buy a Foredum buffer polisher?
July 10th 03 03:03 AM
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Belle Armoire magazine by Sjpolyclay
Does anybody here get Belle Armoire? and if so, I'd like to ask for any comments on the new column I'm doing there on the Business of Art....first one's in the new issue. Sarajane Sarajane's Polymer Clay Gallery http://www.polyclay.com view my auctions...
July 10th 03 05:00 AM
by CATH359 Go to last post
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Compact kits by Larry Rubin
Hi All! For those who have expressed interest in compact kits(the mirror type)... Tuesday I cleared the compacts through Customs. The pictures are now posted on the website, although the pictures aren't great. The compacts however look great! (I am biased though). Each compact is round, and...
July 10th 03 07:33 PM
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Looking For Textured Sheets Sources in Canada by thequietcamper
This is a great site. I cannot remember where I saw it, but the polymer artist/creator was using a **flower** textured sheet along with polymer clay in a pasta maker and then proceeded to make beads from the designed/textured and beautifully coloured polymer. The results were spectacular. My...
July 11th 03 11:47 PM
by Dawn Stubitsch Go to last post
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