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January 12, 2012


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Kelly J. Patterson

Thanks a lot for the tutorial!
I really love these tiny cute things. Wish I were capable of doing something of the kind myself!

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Thanks for the tutorial! It's been a long time since I've started making custom jewelry using polymer clay, and your ideas always inspire me!

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wow,It really is a Creative design,it's my Favorites.:)


Hi Melony! I love the earrings and the tags. I think this is the simplest way I have seen to make clay roses.

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I really love those tags. I dont have pierced ears... I like the earrings too.

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