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The Binary Clock - the City Clock
Sorry I missed this photo...those look really good! So glad they turned out well. Thank-you :)Thanks for everyone's comments!
DIY Toiletry Bag
Water Drops (Macro) Studio
Little Planet Photography
Stop Motion Puppet Armature
Leather and Wool Camera Strap
The Ultimate Camera Bag
Making a Hand and Rod Puppet of Frank Reynolds.
Reclaimed Wood Micro Teardrop Trailer
Make a Human Table
Copper Etched Earrings
Spider Shaped Lamp
Bookends With an Old Sewing Machine!!
Concrete and Wood Door Stop
How to Re-Engineer Paper Back Into Wood
My First Try at Jewellery
Aww they look nice...what's the pink one made of? Looks like watercolour
Fun & Easy Sailboat [Protei 009.1]
Yay! Well done, it looks great :)
Hi!You could apply some kind of sealant to the paper (like Mod Podge) to keep them splash-proof, but I am not putting water in the vase so I haven't made them waterproof at all. I'll be just putting artificial or paper flowers in the vase.Just a gentle dusting should keep them clean :)
Awww that's lovely! And a fellow HP fan too :)
Paper Landscape Silhouette Earrings
A Beautiful Quilled Butterfly
Paper Quilled Teardrop Vase
3D Book Page Tree Sculpture
The Ski Sled
Hocus Pocus Spellbook Cake.
DIY Magic Wands!
Low-Poly Paper Sculptures
Tissue Paper Stained Glass Cards
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A Meter Big Quilled Mandala!
Spiderman Papercut Frame
Junkyard Fish-bone Sculpture
Build a Realistic Insect From Wire
Aww those are cool!
Thanks everyone! I've thought about adding lights before but haven't got around to it...it would look pretty awesome I think :)
Paper Bead & Leather Bracelet
I have made a few bugs with Edison light bulbs too :) I'll have to try and find the photos...
I've had a few of these bugs on my windowsill for months and they havn't sagged. I wouldn't go thinner than 1.5mm aluminium wire for any supporting parts, and if you're worried just add more legs or make them more vertical :)
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