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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Man....we have a LOT of stickies in this forum already! However, none are about making inexpensive awesome looking hides.....so....there ya go...all stickiefied!

    Thanks for the thread!!
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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Quote Originally Posted by JLC View Post
    Man....we have a LOT of stickies in this forum already! However, none are about making inexpensive awesome looking hides.....so....there ya go...all stickiefied!

    Thanks for the thread!!
    Way too cool! Thanks!

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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Thank you so much for this, it looked so fun I had to try it. My work of art is now in the oven, it may take a while, because I had extra clay(one batch was not enouph so I made 2-too much)
    I don't have the waterproofer yet, but I will get some later.
    I will post a pic of it when it is done. I just wanted to say thanks again, awsome craft project.

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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Quote Originally Posted by JamieC View Post
    Thank you so much for this, it looked so fun I had to try it. My work of art is now in the oven, it may take a while, because I had extra clay(one batch was not enouph so I made 2-too much)
    I don't have the waterproofer yet, but I will get some later.
    I will post a pic of it when it is done. I just wanted to say thanks again, awsome craft project.
    Thanks! Glad you're having fun with it! Can't wait to see the pics!

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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    I ran into one problem, the only glass bowl I had was bigger than my cookie sheet, so during the baking the clay seeped under the bowl causing a lip, after 30 min of filing with a serrated knife it finally came off the bowl. The inside was a bit soft still so it went back in to cook more. I have my paint ready to go, but still no water proofer. I plan on hand painting some decorations on it, I hope this works out well, I made the hide huge, so I will not need another one (unless my bp grows to be a giant)

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    I finished it! it goes in the cage in the morning. It got messed up a bit..my fault...and i had to go with my backup plan for it.










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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    great idea! i have it printed out and im going to make it soon!
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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Quote Originally Posted by JamieC View Post
    I finished it! it goes in the cage in the morning. It got messed up a bit..my fault...and i had to go with my backup plan for it.









    That looks awesome! You really did a great job!

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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    Thanks it went into her tank today.... but she would still rater curl up in a corner. ... also i think i made it a little big, it takes up a huge spot in the tank, it almost didn't fit.

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    Re: DIY Home-made "realistic" Hides

    mines been in the oven for 20 minutes already. 25 more to go!!! I can't wait!!!!!!!
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