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4/15/11 6:28 P

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Oh wow !! I am very excited! Thanks for getting back to me on this!!

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4/14/11 7:26 P

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Craftster.org has some great tutorials doing something similar:

This one suggests resin or diamond glaze which the latter would be VERY simple: www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?to
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Diamond glaze will bead up to make a clear and shiny dome over your image.

This one uses Glossy Accents: www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?to
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I really like soldering between two pieces of glass... here are two example threads: www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?to
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4/14/11 6:47 P

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I was wondering if anyone makes jewelery. IN particular I want to learn how to do two kinds. One is where I take a Japanese Go yen coin (5 cents) which has a circle in it and then take some sand from the beach I got there and put it in a glass globe then somehow set the globe in the center of the go yen and then make a metal decorative cross where the Go-yen and sand globe are the center...But I have no idea how to do that. Another thing I would like to do is to paint or draw tiny pics of butterflies or bunnies or rainbows and suns on a little square tile, then cover it with something clear and shiny to protect the picture and make a hole or attach something so I can hang it on a ribbon or chain. Anyone know how to do this sort of stuff?


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