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It really is that easy! I really did like it on cereal! I'm not a big drinker of any kind of milk by itself.
It's just polymer clay. I don't remember if it was Sculpy, or Fimo.
It does look like the original tutorial is mia. But here is another one, that I'd used before. Pretty good step by step
OMG. Okay, I've been trying to figure this out, I never thought to use what I have and just paint it. Doh! So smart!
want, want all kinds of want!
Amazing! I love it! What an awesome idea!
The kinks I needed to work out are that it wasn't quite heavy enough for some books. A bit thicker may have helped, I was going to play around with putting some sort of weight in the ends, so it was still transparent in the middle. I picked up some sand with the intention of mixing it through the whole thing, I just never got around to trying it again.
Thanks for the Fave, and in answer to your question, the kinks I needed to work out are that it wasn't quite heavy enough for some books. A bit thicker may have helped, I was going to play around with putting some sort of weight in the ends, so it was still transparent in the middle. I picked up some sand with the intention of mixing it through the whole thing, I just never got around to trying it again.
Joanna, Thank you! and Bought them. It was a little metal stamp kit that I found in the scrapbooking section at Michaels.
Anna K. - Indeed <3!
That is incredibly adorable! I think I may have to attempt this one!
I did the same thing, though mine doesn't have 'love' in it. But be forewarned, the inside of mine turned completely white. I think the stones scratched it up, so the stones in mine are pretty much invisible.
Witchy Rachie, At least there is one more premiere that you'll have the chance to dress up for! And thank you!
Joy, Oh thank you so much! I have always loved HBC, and she pulls of the Bellatrix insanity so well. By July I think I will rework a few bits of the costume, fix the sleeves, add the silver swirly detail, and get lots, and lots of pictures!
the creepy little person is my very good friend who went as a ghost.
Oh! so cute! love it!
Oh! So much cuteness! I can hardly take it!
I love it! I covet it! Eric has never looked quite so adorable!
I may have to make one of these for my nephew... he is quite obsessed with the The Raving Rabbids
Hah. I love it. I've had a Bubble wrap skirt made for me by a girl from my former school. I'm highly accident prone, so she made me a corset and skirt from Bubble wrap.
A Definite must have!
I absolutely love the look of this! and Doctor Who is awesome. I think I'll have to make a version of this one!
I cannot wait to try this! I actually stumbled across a really nice sheet at the Goodwill a few weeks ago, and picked it up with the intentions of making this. But it is still sitting in my car, and I've put it off because the only sewing machine I have is missing the foot pedal. So, I think I'll be hand sewing... because I really, really want to make this skirt! :)
Oh! Love! Want! Its beautiful!
aw! I <3 Die Maus! Very cute! if only I could actually crochet more than a scarf... :)
Jess, I didn't notice any of them really lingering on my nieces skin, and she was having a lot of fun coloring her belly. But it all rinsed off.
Love it! and the paint doesn't crack?
That is awesome. I have several shirts I've been planning to do this very same thing with, but no sewing machine, and I'm not hand sewing it!
Oh! I have to make these! Yum!
Linsey, I've heard people suggest using Soap coloring before. But I am not sure how well it would work for a crayon. I didn't have any other than a pale pink color, so I wasn't able to try it out. But maybe this weekend I will give that a go, and see how it turns out!
Brilliant! I can't wait to give it a try!
What an awesome idea, I love it!
I love it! I had a similar plan to make them with fimo clay, but what a brilliant idea to use the model magic clay.
MissMaris, I cheated, since I have terrible hand writing, and I'm pretty sure I couldn't write that small. I actually typed it up in a graphic with an image editing program. (I think I used Paint Shop Pro, but any would work) And shrunk it down super small, printed it out. And after I baked it I used the clear coat to glue it in. I will do a how-to as soon as I have the space for doing crafts again!
Thanks for the Fave!
Thanks for favoriting my Butter Crunch!
Love it, started working on it today. I've never actually knit anything before... so we'll see what happens! :)
I just made one, I'd never thought to froth the milk like that. Awesome! Frothy milk makes me happy!
I would love a how-to, because I love fingerless gloves. but, I don't know how to knit! :)
Rebekah, that is hilarious, because I had the same plan! Midnight release, I planned to be decked out for True Blood!
And thanks so much everyone, I didn't realize I had so many comments! :)
eeep! They are adorable!
that is awesome!
OMG. I love you. I love poptarts, but haven't had them in a long time because they are so terribly unhealthy. I'm so going to have to make some of these!
he is cute, I like him. And everyone should have a zombie escape plan!
That is freaking awesome. I need to get a palette of colors one of these days.
Those are beautiful. I am so very jealous of them! I've been trying to find the perfect pair of shoes to turn into ruby slippers for years!
I really like the way that looks! I may have to give it a try!
I love it! Makes me wish I could knit!
That is awesome! I love it! How creative!
That is absolutely awesome. I love it! I think I may have to try this!
You're welcome, I love the look of it! I can't wait to give it a try!
wow, I wish I had that kind of skill! awesome job!
I made these for Christmas, German Chocolate cake, with the coconut frosting, and dipped in dark chocolate. They were awesome!
What a neat idea, I've been trying to come up with some homemade things for my niece. Maybe with this I'll get around to putting stuff together for her
Cute, I wish my hair was long enough to braid!
OMG it's Bloo! Awesome!
Very interesting. I will have to try this!
awesome! I was actually listening to that song when I saw this! Love it.
India H. - Yes, I used a needle(or something similar) to poke a hole through it, and after I baked it, stuck a jump ring in there so that I was able to hang it from the chain.
Correct. I used cardstock and spray adhesive
I've always used Arnica in the past for bruises but I will have to give this a try seeing as how I am highly accident prone
The bracelet sounds awesome! can't wait to see what you come up with!
the color for the arms was actually called butter cream, but I've used white for the same purpose. Just do it very very lightly, you can always go back and add more! Good luck!
Pirate Moose, you could probably get away with using only acrylic paints, but there is the risk of it washing out. But I have had shirts that I only used acrylic paint on, and I can still wash them to this day and it won't come out.
I do not know what Hot Topic is using for theirs, but I used a picture of it from the jewelry place in Portland that made them for the movie. Printed it out. Then created a resin pendant.
PlaidCrafter, I two magnets behind the pendant to hold it closed. But using a pin would have been a really good idea
Oh! I want!
I have to say, that is pretty darn awesome!
I personally don't like the lawn gnome(they give me nightmares!) but its an awesome idea! I've always wanted one. Maybe I'll finally get around to making my own!
Aw, thanks so much! So glad you like them! I want wait to see the stuff you come up with! Good luck reading the host. It took me a while to actually get started reading it. But once I hit chapter 9, I couldn't put it down, and sacrificed sleep for two nights to finish the book.
Thanks so much, the tote bags you can find at wal-mart, or usually any craft store. It's just a basic canvas tote.
The Random Lolita Vampire, you only see it as a project because that is all I did it as, not as a how-to
Thank you, thank you :)
Lilla I used acrylic paint mixed with Textile medium
This is wonderful! Those are my favorite types of skirts! I will def. have to try this out!
I did make a stem for the new one. But when I had made the others I didn't have brown or green, so I didn't. But I will :)
Here in the states, some liqueur stores do have a Absinthe flavored liqueur. Not quite the same, but you at least get the flavor.
What a great idea!
I am sure that you could, with acrylic paint, once you've baked it.
Hah! How awesome is that?! Must try!