A new couple just overcome the flood in their house; everything finally settled.
Send them a little gift for their newly fix-up home.
Cloth piece, ribbon, badge Mr & Mrs Potato Head; they are so cute, come from my clearance of workshop; however I am sure my friend who know me much don’t mind so.
Is this right, my dear Mr & Mrs Potato Head. 😉
A friend gave me a piece of Disney printed cotton piece which she has used her part and this leftover.
The dimensions of each printed pattern seems bit embraced in use.
Then I found I have a double-slip denim dress in my wardrobe, which I am no long cute to be in.
After couple of times trial to utilise the pattern pieces I finally made a “many pockets apron” and host a prize-less game on my Facebook “guess how many pockets here!”
I need some bottles for JEWCLAY testing, my friend works at a lab related business sent me some samples.
Metal to be on clay was not a proper way, we never could have them well fixed, especially this curve of glass body.
Finally but not too difficult, I made clay onto the bottle and fix well with a seeder hence a beautiful bling bling flower is growing out…..”MAGIC!”
I guess this size of vase is right perfect for little flower blossoming for putting on desktop in office.
Don’t you have this experience; found some old jewelry that the link was apart someday, a buckle was broken, stones on that was disappeared…or whatever no longer to wear anyway but you don’t want to throw it away.
I always do! Look at mine!
This is an archaic center-piece of a necklace , 2 Rhine stones disappeared and the original beads are also disappeared after the thread was broken. Watch the eyelet on back, seems only be able to change into another necklace. Most of the case, it would be finally garbage if I just keep this in the jewelry box but no use anymore.
However, I want it to be a brooch. So see how make this transformation, with JEWCLAY.
Recycle your adorable jewelry or memory valuables now.