Thank you so much! Awww who knows, maybe you'll be able to do it if you try again with a different kit. I don't add any charm straps till the very end. Did the kit tell you to do that at the beginning?
Yup, it was like "first clip the strap onto the jump ring" and then it all went downhill after that ;-; I got confused at the first instruction to loop the bead. I can't work with instructions cause I'm a clay artists, we just kinda do whatever lol xD But your straps are so beautiful! Do you do art trades by any chance?
Awww it's okay! Haha I'm kind of the opposite. I work better with instructions and patterns. I made a few clay charms before but only because I watched a few youtube tutorials. XD I'm really bad with free-handing things. When did you start working with clay?
Thank you! I'm not doing any art trades at the moment but I'm flattered and I really appreciate you asking.
You must be excellent with manuals and stuff lol XD I usually just skim over and then throw it away. Somehow I think I could just make stuff without instructions. I would be setting up game systems or making treadmills without the instruction book. Wow I would be a terrible constructor That's so cute, I would like to see your clay crafts!~ *Visits gallery again*
I've worked with clay for about 3-ish years. Around the time I made a deviantart account Oh that's alright, no worries ;w;
Err I would think that they charge if you have someone build furniture for you. The manuals that IKEA gives are all easy enough for (almost) anyone to follow and most people build it themselves.
I don't think I work with a lot of media lol. I've sewn a few plushies before, crocheted, made jewelry, do a few cold porcelain clay crafts..mmm can't think of the rest. XD I used to draw with colored pencils and do a few paintings when I was little but then I got sick of everyone asking me if I was going to be an artist so I rebelled and refused to take any art classes starting in middle school. Of course now I regret it just a liiittle because I could have done decently with art but oh well!