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Weaving metal rings together to create clothing, armor, sculptures, jewelry, functional pieces and more.
a main item in the question.
A type of glue primarily used for paper crafts that acts as a glue, sealant and a finish. Commonly known brands are Mod Podge and DecoArt Decoupage Glue.
For questions on the care for, usage of, and selection erasers meant for art, drawing and writing. For questions about erasing a certain medium, also tag that medium.
For questions about using or integrating electronics components, such as wiring, circuit boards, motors, sensors, power, lighting, etc.
For questions about using pumpkins for crafts, such as decorating or carving Jack O' Lanterns. Examples include choosing tool, preserving the pumpkin and executing a design.
"scratched" away to reveal a second layer underneath (typically white)
Crafts involving plants or plant materials, such as palm weaving, flower pressing, etc.
For use when you need advice on the design of creation of tools. This should be partnered with the tag of the tool you are trying to create.
Tools used in needle felting. Questions should be about the use and selection of these as it applies to needle felting.
For questions about working with ABS plastic (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), either molding it personally or working with existing ABS objects.
"casting on" stitches to a needle to begin a project.
For questions that focus on issues related to avoiding or substituting materials or tools due to allergic reactions, including but not limited to wool (and other natural fibers), nickel, latex, etc.
For questions about the tools, materials or design of prop / cosplay weapons. This tag should not be used for questions about real weapons.
For questions about using legally-acquired bone in projects. They may be about human or animal bone, or even teeth.
For questions about hammered leaf, or hapa zome, art.
For questions regarding the use of diamond dust in arts and crafts, not meant for questions about glitter.
any tools specifically designed to cut paper, such as guillotine cutters, sliding trimmers, or handheld devices with razors.