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"Mademoiselle Skeleton Cameo Necklace" is part of my jewelry line. :)

Each piece was conceived, designed and made (by me) with the idea of a prototype of an ELG elegant-gothic bijoux: crosses, crucifixes, skulls and diamonds, all set in cameos and floral ornaments.

You can look at the full collection here: [link]
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I had to make one of these!! ;)

My Custom Cubeecraft of the Borg Cube Ship From Star Trek.



More of my Star Trek Cubees templates to print, cut and fold to make can be found here [link]
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Sorry for not so perfect photos this time...I took these in a hurry, so I'll maybe change them later. But, someone expressed a desire to see this right now, so I'm submitting it :)

It is a dinner of a gnome ;) Mushrooms, hard boiled eggs, apples, cheese, bread, bear, blueberry pie and some greenery (sort of vegetable salami ;)). All (including the dishes) handmade and painted (I used pastels for painting). Polymer clay.

To tell you the truth, this is my first attempt of miniature polymer food. So be honest and tell me what you think, ok? Someone pointed the apples are too small, but I truly created them after wild apples (as gnomes are forest creatures mostly), so made them smaller and orange-red (having a bowl of these on my table for a model didn't help), so the size is right. Still, I'll have to remember this for future.

The last image shows my fingers, for size reference. Not too good, either, but best I could do in hurry.

If anyone is interested, this is for sale, but won't be available on my Etsy just yet (not by the end of January), so just ask. Also, there will be some videos on my YT, but I have to find the time for that yet.

Hope you like it.
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This is a cross stitch pattern I created. I have it for sale in my Etsy store for $6.50.

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Pattern will be emailed once payment has been received.
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My boyfriend got me interested in Doctor Who, and I decided to be a little geeky with my cross-stitch (as if the Castlevania ones weren't enough).

Took one day to complete. Made with four colors: very dark navy blue (DMC 939), pewter grey (DMC 413), teal green (DMC 3847), and dark wedgwood (DMC 3842).

Original pattern from [link]
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Cross stitch doll with embroidery floss hair. Pattern is available in my shops on Etsy and Artfire.

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A bookmark I made for my friend who is a fellow Game of Thrones fan. The pattern is here, made by black-lupin
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This is a jewelry box I made featuring the boys of what is, at least until The Walking Dead returns in October, probably my favorite show.
(Though I'm not terribly thrilled with season 6; I think the lack of Castiel might have something to do with it.)
It's showing Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki as Sam and Dean Winchester, along with Misha Collins as the not-so-angelic Angel Castiel in one of the promo images I found for season 6.
I had this regular jewelry box with this ugly etched glass pattern on the front (where the photo is now) so I wasn't using it. I decided to take out the glass and replace it with a clear plastic and then a photo. I saw this one and I liked it because Misha looks hot in the black suit & because it had all three of them with a background that matched the box's dark wood.
I added the mirror for fun, then used light faux leather and ribbon to decorate the top- now that it wasn't glass it had to be covered by something. Originally I wanted a small gold cross to decorate the front but it broke and I had to improvise. I chose the Jesus/cross charm thing simply for the color aesthetic and because it was what was available to me.
(As a side note, it WAS one of the additional charms off of a "Dean" Supernatural charm bracelet a friend got me for Christmas.)
It's on the small side: about 6 inches across and 4 7/10 inches of photo, by a little under 4 inches with 2 13/16 inches of photo. It's almost exactly 2 inches tall/thick.
I'm pretty proud of my work- I think it came out rather nice :)
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This is Edward from Fullmetal Alchemist! This was the first anime that really got me hooked, my room's walls are still mostly covered in pictures of Ed :dummy: His skin, hair, and jacket are fleece, while his undershirt and shoes is silk-ish and everything else is felt. Made for a friend at school :)

:star: Here's a reference --> [link] :star:

Look @ my improvement
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my final masterpiece and my thesis work for my artisanship the gramgaldur,

lenght 144 cm or 56 inches,
weight 3,2 Kg or 7 lb

fully handforged and tempered damascus blade (124 layers)

scabbard: birchwood with goatsleather coating and cast bronze fittings

handgrip carved from 3 pieces of moose antler, separated with bronze fittings.

100% handmade

made with inspiration derived from the legendary sword of sigurd fafnesbane, the heir of the völsungs, gram.

yes I know vikings did not use two handed swords, there have been findings of few long bastard swords or two handed swords in from the northern europe made in the viking era and cultural region, allthough it is debated wether they were actually made by vikings or brought to the north from somewhere else and then re-decorated by their owners with nordic styles
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