The Australian Critters Swap

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These are all the critters I made. They are window clings made with black Classic Fimo for the outlines of the wings and for the torso, yellow Sculpey III for the body and Transparent Liquid Sculpey colored with traditional oil paint for the wings. I made the antennae out of black artistic wire and embedded them into the head before baking the entire contraption.


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To quote the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Conservation Project, "The Richmond Birdwing Butterfly (Ornithoptera Richmondia) is a beautiful Australian sub-tropical butterfly which has become extinct from two-thirds of its former range, primarily due to habitat destruction. It originally occurred from Maryborough in Queensland, to Grafton in New South Wales. The butterfly populations are now reduced in number and split into two separate areas."


To see the Australian Critters I received from the other swap members, please go HERE!

Polymer Clay Projects

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Online Jigsaw Puzzles of my polymer clay projects or
Online Jigsaw Puzzles of photographs I've taken in Oregon

Different desktop backgrounds.
Different craft offerings for your enjoyment. My way of saying thank you!

1) Coathanger Christmas Tree
2) Coathanger Wreath
3) Origami Giftbox
4) Tiny Hinges

Copyright 2004-2013 Colleen D. Bergeron.
Last revised: February 20 2013