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Tinascratch's Wizard's Wands
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This wand was made by spray-painting with black first, then painting with nail polish. This created a nice underlayer of black that shows through somewhat, especially in the crevices. The very end of the wand has a medium-sized blue craft gem. At the midpoint of the wand is an old sterling ring I found that was too large for me but the perfect size to put on the wand as the glue detailing was drying.
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Chris says:

Posted: 11/4/2010 11:46:27 PM
that really looks neat, I love the knobbly handle finish
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About Tinascratch
2 children, born 2002 and 2004, both homeschooled
Tinascratch's Interests
Homeschooling, Unitarian Universalism
Member since Thursday, June 12, 2008

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