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Micky Maus + Modpodge + Wood
Here's one of my favorite projects i've made so far!

Snippets and Strips of very small printed "mickeymouse" comics, modpodged on wooden pearls and a wooden bangle.

For scaling: The beads diameter is about 1,8 cm (0,71 inch).

It took me forever to cut those comics and to glue them down nearly was driving me nuts, because i HATE sticky fingers ... but i am very pleased with the outcome!

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Willow Bon-Bon
Willow Bon-Bon · London, England, GB · 29 projects

thats so cute! Where did you get your mickey mouse paper from?

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Heather B.
Heather B. · 1 project

so creative! i love this cus there's so many possibilities.

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mew
mew · Division No. 18, Unorganized, Saskatchewan, CA · 2 projects

awwe. :D
i think i might try this, it seems time-consuming enough to keep me busy

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Eszti
Eszti · Dunakeszi, Pest, Hungary · 42 projects

Oh My God! amazing!! <3 it soo much :]

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charbie
charbie · , , Hong Kong

i loooove the bangle :)

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KattyRa
KattyRa · Iasi, Iasi, Romania · 4 projects

my favourite too!

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kaludesign
kaludesign · Austin, Texas, US · 19 projects

beyond cute. i love these. :)

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marrory
marrory · Greenland · 2 projects

I just made the bracelet
looks great!

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--- · Wuzz, Wuzz, Christmas Island · 24 projects

To be honest, I didn't used the brand ModPodge because it's not available over here. I used some equivalent glue - ModPodge is "all-in-one glue, sealer and finish" - just google it.

I collected these comics for some years. You can't get those comic books outside Europe as far as I know. They are called "Lustiges Taschenbuch".

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Shivi
Shivi · Perth , WA, Australia · 14 projects

awesomeness!
K@ti-I think modpodge is kinda like the glue you use for paper mache but a bit stronger and it comes in a bottle.
It's also called Decoupage glue as well-I think. I think you can also just water down PVA if you can't find any.

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