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The most delicious chocolate chip cookies EVER!
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I have finished to build my Spyro papercraft.
This is the download [link]
For instructions this is the [link]
For only the pdf this is the [link]
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Entry for my 3rd year in the Del Mar Fair Jewelry Contest.

Sterling Silver Heart key
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This is my latest steam punk piece.

It came out looking a bit like a dream catcher so :iconthehippychicksews: helped me come up with the name.

This one is for sale at Magazine Metals.
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Trailing Blues Stone Arch Fairy Door .............. $29.99

Trailing blue and white flowers drape elegantly over the stones around this lovely fairy door. And look, there are tiny brown mushrooms growing outside! The hinges, door handle and nails are made to look like hammered iron, and the bottom of the handle is made to look like an oak leaf.
Fairy Doors are meant to add a little whimsy to your home or garden and invite the Fae folk to spend some time there. If they visit you the belief is that you will be blessed with luck and happiness.

This door is approximately 4 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide. It is hand-sculpted of Fimo brand clay. This door has a piece of wire on the back you can hang it from, but it can also be propped up on a shelf, mantle, counter top or cupboard.
If you don't have pets or very young children you can also put it somewhere closer to the ground. Fairies don't mind a shoe-level view, as long as they don't get stepped on!

I sell these on Etsy [[link]] and also will be at a local craft show in October (Apple Daze in Dexter, MI), so I am trying to make a bunch of variations on my best designs to take along. So far so good! :D
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by Cherry Boop

Available at:
Etsy: [link]
Dawanda: [link]
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Happy Trees Fairy Door

Two sturdy little trees wrap around the edge of this little fairy door, making it a perfect addition to any garden or greenhouse.
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"Monarch" and Mushrooms Stone Arch Fairy Door .............. $29.99

Fairy Doors are meant to add a little whimsy to your home or garden and invite the Fae folk to spend some time there. If they visit you the belief is that you will be blessed with luck and happiness. This door has a nice cluster of mushrooms growing outside! The hinges, doorknob and nails are made to look like hammered iron, and the hinges have a somewhat Gothic design. The butterfly perched on the rocks above the door is not really a Monarch butterfly, exactly, but it is close enough!

This door is approximately 4.25 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide. It is hand-sculpted of Fimo brand clay. This door has a piece of wire on the back you can hang it from, but it can also be propped up on a shelf, mantle, counter top or cupboard.
If you don't have pets or very young children you can also put it somewhere closer to the ground. Fairies don't mind a shoe-level view, as long as they don't get stepped on!

I sell these on Etsy [[link]] and also will be at a local craft show in October (Apple Daze in Dexter, MI), so I am trying to make a bunch of variations on my best designs to take along. So far so good! :D
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This pretty peacock is transferred onto raw Sculpey polymer clay, then a hand made frame and accents are added. A piece of copper wire is wrapped and embedded in the clay for maximum durability. It is then baked according to directions and sprayed with a clear glaze for protection.

No chain is added so that you can finish however you see fit. A ribbon or pretty copper chain or whatever!

It measures 1" x 3 3/4" long.

This item is for sale in my Etsy shop
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by Cherry Boop

Available at:
Etsy: [link]
Dawanda: [link]
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