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FEB/MAR Challenge - 1" or 2" images

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Re: FEB/MAR Challenge - 1" or 2" images

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SO many cute entries! It will be hard to choose!
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Long time lurker, thought it was about time to enter something

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Looking good missteatime. Are those centimeters on your measuring tape? Trying to get a feel for how big yours are.

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Delver01 wrote:Looking good missteatime. Are those centimeters on your measuring tape? Trying to get a feel for how big yours are.
Yep centimeters being in Australia none of my rulers actually have inches

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Micro mosaic Mario using seed beads instead of tiles
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Micro mosaic Kirby using seed beads instead of tiles
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I just realized I never posted my entries, have had them done for a few weeks now.
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One more before the end of the day! Each eeveelution is under 1" tall. Made with woven seed beads. I just sent it off to a customer in New Zealand!

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angelyques wrote:Image

One more before the end of the day! Each eeveelution is under 1" tall. Made with woven seed beads. I just sent it off to a customer in New Zealand!
That's adorable!!! Do you use a something that holds the threads or is it all free handed? I used to weave with beads like that and had a metal stand that held onto the base strings so that you could weave the beads easier.
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SunkistShiek wrote:
angelyques wrote:Image

One more before the end of the day! Each eeveelution is under 1" tall. Made with woven seed beads. I just sent it off to a customer in New Zealand!
That's adorable!!! Do you use a something that holds the threads or is it all free handed? I used to weave with beads like that and had a metal stand that held onto the base strings so that you could weave the beads easier.
Thanks! It is all freehand. Sounds like what you did before was loom beading. :)

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