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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-18-2013, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Lightweight Clay Bettas

So, I decided to play around, and these are just the firsttwo I made. However, I'll make more and the more I make the better they will get. These ones will be found on Ebay for buying. (Canada and USA)
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-19-2013, 04:38 PM
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Oooh, they're so pretty. I love the textured scaling.

I hope they sell. I would buy one if I had the extra money.

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Cute!!

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Well, it's 5.00, plus 5.00 shipping to anywhere in canada or the usa (might iclude other areas too!!) shipped in a padded envelope

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Wow, Sena! Those are fantastic!!

When I have the extra cash, I'll definitely have to get one!

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You know what, I'm lowering the price me thinks. 3.00 for fishy, 5.00 shipping. Also... I MADE MORE!! lol.

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Those are cool, but you might alter them so they stand up?

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Unfortunately, because of the clay I was using making them full 3D was unethical. If I were to use actual clay (heavier and more brittle) then it would work out better because it would hold it's shape. This stuff is soft and fluffy... Easily molded, and squished So, if I were to make it stand up (a stand or something) it would still have to stay 2D-ish. Do you have an idea, for a stand?

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Those are so amazing!! 0.o absolutely fantastic!!!
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Skyewillow, thanks for your idea I'll see if the lightweight stuff might work for the "plant"

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