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January 16, 2009


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How fun! Personalize paperclips..or what about binder-clip-thingies (I don't know what they're really called) or push pins? Very cool idea and I love yours.
Peace & Love,


These are so cool!!!


I've only ever used air-dry clay once(an activity with my kids where we minted our own coins in the style of Medieval coins as part of a homeschool project) but after seeing your fab embellishments I think I may give air-dry another 'go'. They really look good. Also, I do love Fimo and have a big stash of it. I only came across this site recently but LOVE IT & have been back every day. I wonder if anyone has any ideas how I could use some Fimo faces (made in the 'cane' technique) approx 1/2 inch circles. They are a bit too 'cute' for my style to just put on a scrapbook LO so I have a pile of them that I've never used. Any ideas?


lovely - thanks for sharing


Clay buttons with coloured clay that goes in the oven to be baked. Cake making shops sell very small cutters,usually metal which you need for this job! It is great fun making butttons


Great fun... I have just bought some DAS to do the very same thing... thanks for sharing.
Warm Wishes, Sunday

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